Resident Evil: On the other side of the death row announced at Pix'n Love

Resident Evil: On the other side of the death row announced at Pix'n Love

Resident Evil

Pix'N Love, publisher of games and books dedicated to video games and pop culture, has just announced a new book dedicated to the Resident Evil saga. A few months before the release of Resident Evil Village, this is the opportunity to perhaps dive back into the history of this license.

Rather than recounting the origins of the series and its influences Resident Evil: On the other side of the dying house will give voice to those who made the license between 1996 and 2006. For nearly two years, Alex Aniel interviewed many developers, and transcribed the discussions in the book. With 224 pages, the book will be published in May 2021 from € 22.90, knowing that a limited edition with a scabbard is offered at € 29.90. Throughout the reading, we will find the interviews of the following developers:

Tokuro Fujiwara (General Producer on Resident Evil). Yoshiki Okamoto (Supervisor on Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis and Resident Evil Code: Veronica). Shinji Mikami (Director on Resident Evil, Producer on Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3 and Resident Evil Code: Veronica, Supervisor on Resident Evil: Survivor 2 - Code Veronica, Executive advisor on Resident Evil 0, Director on Resident Evil 4). Hideki Kamiya (System plan / camera works on Resident Evil, Director on Resident Evil 2, Original idea for Resident Evil Zero). Noritaka Funamizu (General Producer on Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3 and Resident Evil Code: Veronica, Executive Producer on Resident Evil Outbreak, Event planner on Resident Evil Outbreak File # 2). Kazuhiro Aoyama (Event Director on Resident Evil, System planner on Resident Evil 2, Director on Resident Evil 3). Hiroki Kato (System planner on Resident Evil, Director on Resident Evil: Code Veronica, Writer on Resident Evil 4). Kenichi Iwao (Writer on Resident Evil).


Chris Redfield's Entire Resident Evil Timeline Explained

Following reports of the Mold Virus infecting residents in a backwoods Louisiana town, Chris Redfield, alongside what becomes known as Blue Umbrella, investigated the disturbances. He arrived at the very end of the horror show to rescue Mia and Ethan Winters. Redfield whisked Ethan and his wife, Mia, away on a helicopter, but continued his operation on the ground. He went in search of missing soldiers while in pursuit of Lucas Baker, who was a known accomplice of The Connections. 


Baker, a host of the Mold virus plaguing the area, attacked Redfield and was subsequently shot for his efforts. The shooting, unfortunately, triggered his mutations. Lucas took on the form of a massive B.O.W., forcing Redfield to kill him outright. Chris then moved quickly to prevent any data transfer between Lucas, The Connections, and Umbrella's local campsite in Louisiana.


Redfield, always the hero, then pushed forward to rescue Zoe Baker, who was later found safe alongside her uncle, Joe Baker.

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