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Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by activeservo, Mar 29, 2003.

  1. activeservo

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    Is there a R1 Superbit version of "Resident Evil" if so howdoesit compare to the original R1 version???:smoke:
     
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    How does it {sorry}
     
  3. ebury

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    yes there is.sorry dont have a copy but it does'nt have any extras but has the pumping dts soundtrack that i have on the r3 release
     
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    Moving to DVD talk where the thread will get better feedback.:)
     
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    I would hold off for now, been hearing about a Directors Cut.

    Why was there no big spiders?- I'm sure the first Resident Evil on Playstation had loads of monsters?
     
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    There is a review of the Superbit here
     
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    As with all superbit titles I presume the picture quality and sound will be a vast improvement on the original. the addition of DTS is always one that swings it for me.

    On th other hand if you like the features of the DVD then you are going to lose out. Unless you have High end equipment then stick with the normal version, the sound track on that as far as I can remeber was pretty damm good neway.
     

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