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R E S I D E N T E V I L S U R V I V O R = - | | - = F A Q / W A L K T H R O U G H = - / |________________________________________________________________/ _________ |_________\_______________________________________________________ | | |Biohazard Gun Survivor (NTSC/J) Walkthrough | |Also covers Resident Evil Survivor PAL (EU) & NTSC (NA) Versions | |For The Sony PlayStation Game Console | |Version 3.0 - 31th May 2000 06:00AM NZST | |Written By Rob McGregor | |E-Mail - firstname.lastname@example.org | |Webpage - http://www.new-blood.com / |________________________________________________________________/ No portion of this walkthrough may be reproduced without written or e-mail permission from me. You may contact me at email@example.com for any authorizations, comments, or corrections or additions. If you wish to put this walkthrough on a web site, e-mail notification is needed. If you do wish to use this on a page in HTML please make sure you tell me before doing so with information on how and where it will be used. This document may not be sold or used for profit in anyway, shape or form. This walkthrough is not authorized by, endorsed, or associated in any way with Capcom Entertainment Ltd. or any associated or affiliated company. This walkthrough should not be confused with any publication that is distributed by Capcom Entertainment Ltd. or any associated or affiliated company. Resident Evil (Biohazard), all characters locations etc. (c) & TM Capcom Entertainment Ltd. (c) & published by Capcom Entertainment Ltd., Virgin Interactive Inc. and Eidos Interactive Ltd. 1995-2000. May I add, to people making Resident Evil webpages this is a note to you: I FORBID any webpage to use this walkthrough without my PERMISSION. I see many web pages using other Resident Evil/ Biohazard walkthroughs on their webpages without the right to use them, or having them chopped up. If I find this used in any form on any pages other than the ONES I SPECIFY (see Sec. 10.0), I will peruse action. If you wish to use this guide, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org telling me how and where it will be used. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 1.0 - T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S / |________________________________________________________________/ 1.0 - Table of Contents 1.1 - Updates 1.2 - Introduction 1.3 - Read Me! 1.4 - Review 2.0 - Game Info 2.1 - Story 2.2 - Controls 2.3 - Characters 2.4 - Enemies 2.5 - Weapons 2.6 - Item List 2.7 - Inventory/Option Menus 2.8 - Saving 2.9 - Tips for Surviving Survivor 2.10 - To G-Con or not to G-Con 2.11 - European/PAL Information 3.0 - Walkthrough 3.1 - Opening 3.1.1 - Church 3.1.2 - Restaurant 3.1.3 - Movie Theater 3.2 - Waterside 3.2.1 - Arcade 3.2.2 - Library 3.2.3 - Hospital 3.3 - Sewers and Paradise Prison 3.3.1 - Courtyard/Guard Tower 188.8.131.52 - Night Club 184.108.40.206 - Rooftop and Warehouse 3.3.2 - Underground 3.4 - Umbrella HQ 3.5 - Waterway, House, and Ropeway 3.5.1 - Cliff Side 3.5.2 - Tunnels 3.5.3 - Ellemona Testing Grounds 3.6 - Umbrella Factory/Lab 3.7 - Final Escape 4.0 - Maps 5.0 - Ranking 6.0 - Misc 7.0 - Files 8.0 - Secrets, Cheats and Codes 9.0 - Additions to be Made 10.0 - FAQ 11.0 - Legal Info 12.0 - Credits Etc. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 1.1 - U P D A T E S / |________________________________________________________________/ Version 3.0 - Reformatted Version list - Item List revised to V2. Doesn't require any more info I feel. - Moved Review (1.3) to 1.4 and added Read Me! as 1.3 - Added notes and made corrections to sections - Added Gun Ratings - Added drawings of screens to Inventory section - Revised PAL info - Revised Ranking Info - Added the Misc section - Revised Action Replay Codes - Revised Addition List - Updated the FAQ - Updated the Legal Info Version 2.0 - Item List V1 added. - European Action Replay Codes Added. - Basic Euro info added. - Files added :-) - Revised FAQ. - Revised Review. - Slight spacing changes for ease of reading. Version 1.0 - Well, what can I say. Full guide worked on, and established. Still, there is lots to be added (see Section 8.0). ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 1.2 - I N T R O D U C T I O N / |________________________________________________________________/ Well this is not like me at all. Biohazard (Resident Evil) is my favorite game, and besides the small walkthrough for Resident Evil I have at my web page, I swore I would never write a full one for any of the games. But here I am doing it. Well, Gun Survivor. What can I say about Gun Survivor. It's not everyone's favorite (nor my own) but for some odd reason I found the game to be quite fun, for at least a while anyway. Really I could chuck my whole review in as the intro, but I'll leave that to the actual review below. This guide tries to cover everything a player will need to get the best out of Gun Survivor when they play it. It contains everything, so you might not want to read the whole thing, or you may spoil part of your enjoyment of the game. May I add to those who e-mailed me at my webpage, IT DOES NOT TAKE PLACE IN RACCOON CITY. I don't know why, but people always bug me about where it takes place, and even though I have the game, I tell them that it doesn't take place there, most have the cheek to e-mail me back saying "such and such webpage said it takes place in Raccoon." Trust me, I know what I'm talking about when I say it does not. Now that I've picked up Resident Evil Survivor (well I rented it) I decided I better update so that I can also help the Europeans out a little more. When I got it out it felt weird playing it in english after seeing this so many times in Japanese. It was also refreshing at points, although some of the item details were simular. I have also finally obtained the direct info on ranking for both BHGS and RES (at least added some more info worth knowing), so if you have been waiting to see what you need for rankings then you should race to that section. I've added a lot, and this will probably be the last update of this guide until the US version comes out and I have the details from that. Perhaps, perhaps not. All I know is that after renting out Survivor I think I won't be touching the game again for quite some time unless it's REALLY needed. :-P In the mean time, should you have any questions e-mail me at email@example.com. Just make sure what your going to ask isn't already covered. A good idea would be to read the "READ ME!" section (1.3) and the FAQ section (9.0) first and see if your question is there already. If it's not then send it on over. :-) - Rob ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 1.3 - R E A D M E ! / |________________________________________________________________/ #################################################################### ######################### N O T I C E ! ############################ #################################################################### ## ## ## This is just a quick notice to everyone about the game and ## ## e-mailing me. I know this is important so please take note. Do ## ## not e-mail me reguarding saving within the game. To learn more ## ## about the save features of this game, head to section 2.8 ## ## which deals with this subject. This saves me and you a lot of ## ## time when it comes to finding the info out. ## ## ## ## Quick Key: ## ## BHGS = Biohazard Gun Survivor ## ## RES = Resident Evil Survivor ## ## ## #################################################################### ######################### N O T I C E ! ############################ #################################################################### ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 1.4 - R E V I E W / |________________________________________________________________/ Biohazard heads into a new direction, with Gun Survivor, using the G-Con or standard controller, the game is a different take on the whole survival horror genre. This review will cover the various parts of the game separately. Please note this is not a typical tell you the game but not review, this review may spoil what small elements of info you can find out in Survivor. Story: 4.5/10 Overall the major factor to disappoint me was the story. There isn't much substance to it, and although the idea could have been worked on, it's quickly rushed to its conclusion. I have this feeling that the team worked so much on designing the game, and getting it to work well they just wrote the story in half an hour. Okay, so you start with no idea of what is going on, and there is a slight amount of speech to help the game along near the start also, but it drops off until you learn what has happened all happens in the last 10-15 minutes of the game, and the main character manages to remember everything all at once with a quick rush to try to wrap up the game in a neat little package. He has a couple of flashbacks, but it didn't develop enough, and the lack of details in some things stopped me from understanding some other things. (such as the fact he was sent by Leon to the island, but why?, how did Leon find out about it?, where is the island? etc.) All these could be covered in game (some may be in files-which I will have to wait for the US release), but yet all he says is he was sent there and he remembers he's Ark Thompson. The multiple paths = multiple enemy stories was nice, and a slight bit redeeming to the story, but was also cut short due to the 10 minute rush that happened above. Also, the lost child idea has been done before in Resident Evil 2 (a lot of the ideas/evens in the game are very similar to Resident Evil 2), and looses even more of the story's originality. Overall, the story was the thing that spoiled the game more than anything, which is really unfortunate, due to the fact the games usually have a decent story at best. Once I had the background info from the translated files, the story made a little more sense, and was enough to give it a mark and a half more, due to the fact it opened the story a little. Still there is some work that could have been done on the storyline to this game. Sound Effects: 7/10 As with most of the Biohazard/Resident Evil Games, most of the sound effects don't seem to be a noticeable thing, but if you look for them they shine through to make the experience better, and this game is no exception. All the weapons are nicely sounded and footsteps make the main experience, including your sounds of broken glass being stepped on. Zombies sound the same as in Resident Evil 2, and overall the sounds are mainly crisp and clear. As for the voice acting, well it's the thing the most despise. I am yet to judge if this has the worst acting ever, but it really sounds like Lot goes through about 3 voice actors because of the change in tone of voice. Quite frankly, the voice for his little sister Lilly sounds more male than he does in some places also. The best acting does come from Ark in some places (mainly because we here him more often than others) but still the acting is way below average, and could have done with a lot more work. Music: 9.5/10 Yet, the music is completely perfect. The games are known for their high quality, excellent music and Gun Survivor has the same high standard. Music is, as usual, set to the standard of what is happening on screen, such as a quick rush for a large group of monsters or dramatic score for story related action, and at sometimes no music is used just to keep the spooky quietness of not knowing just what is coming. I really can't say much more than that, it's just the usual perfection. Control: 7/10 Well, there are only 2 things to say. G-Con or No G-Con. Overall the experience is there with the G-Con, but the game is a heck of a lot harder. The controller is rather generic, the settings rather more standard to the other games, but quite oddly, the control settings fit this game more than any of the others, due to the 1st Person View. There are some downsides as to moving around, but overall you shouldn't have too much trouble with getting used to it. The quick lock comes in handy quite a bit with turning around to target enemies and finding other items. As many people have said, the centering is annoying. And I agree. It's good with the controller, seeing as you would have to target the zombies and other enemies a lot more, but they should have had the option to turn it off, as it's a pain with the G-Con, and also would make the game a heck of a lot harder, and thus better in some ways. Graphics: 7/10 Well, even though people say the graphics are shocking, I don't. They are the best the team could do, and the same as Dino Crisis' ones, it's just that your seeing them in a larger and different view point. But, I will get down to the points of it. There are some things they could have changed, added etc. The blood effects should have been one thing changed, it just doesn't look right, and the way all the objects you need to pick up are majorly oversized for picking up. They could have put some pickup points in the shelves and such, to make you search for some items. There was also the fact that all the objects had that sparkle to make you notice them, it was okay, except I've never seen a rope give off a metallic sparkle. Probably the best thing is the enemies, they look good for the way they are being viewed (they are the same models as in Resident Evil 2 being viewed differently), and there was very few problems with the animations, although the do seem to skip a few frames every now and again. Occasionally the high amount of graphics also causes the game to slow down, it's very noticeable at points, and especially when you use the rapid-fire gun or Rocket Launcher. Overall, I do have to give the development team credit for what they pulled off with what they had to work with, and if they develop a sequel for the new machines out there now, it will be very interesting to see, after what was accomplished with the Battle Mode in Code Veronica. Overall Comments: Game Earns 7/10 Well, all I can say is it really is fun to play. When I saw the game, I believed the game would be no fun, and I'd end up not enjoying it. But it was enjoyable. The puzzles are not too hard, mainly key for a door to exit the area, making the gun shooting part a more main idea of the game, and that is fun also. It would have helped if the game had been given some more originality in some places (the game has so many things from Resident Evil 2 it's not funny), but still is original in it's own right. The game is a largely interesting experience, and besides the few problems is a fun game to play, and I look forward to a sequel on a console that will handle the idea much better. High Points: - High Amount Of Shooting Fun - Multiple Paths - Excellent Music Low Points: - Bad Story - Too Easy Puzzles - Auto Centering ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.0 - G A M E I N F O / |________________________________________________________________/ Well, I'm going to work my way through the basics of Gun Survivor. This should help you understand the game, and make your own decisions on what is best for you. Well, that's a load, this is just a bunch of info that needs to be added. Basically, the game is straightforward enough. There is a little bit of randomness, but the paths are easy to follow, and you should be able to get through on Normal on your first time (You do have 4 continues should you die). ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.1 - S T O R Y / |________________________________________________________________/ In 1998 a disaster struck the quiet midwestern residence of Raccoon City. An uncontrollable outbreak of the Umbrella created T-Virus transformed the city into an inescapable death trap. To stop the outbreak from spreading, Umbrella Incorporated was forced to wipe out the entire city. However, this was not the only location where an outbreak occurred... Zombies roam the streets. A helicopter flies across the sky. A figure in white latches on to the bottom, pulling up on the foot of the chopper to get inside. "You're not going to get away!" A shot fires, and there is an explosion, the figure plummets towards the ground, as the helicopter flies off out of control, heading towards the ground below also. The helicopter crashes with a deafening sound, as the pilot rolls out onto the ground to escape the burning wreckage before collapsing unconscious. A short time later the pilot wakes. "My head hurts... I don't want to believe I have lost my memory... My past is buried somewhere at the back of my mind. Trying to recall any of it is like trying to grab hold of fog... What has happened here? Something is not quite right. My instinct tells me there is trouble ahead. I have to get out of here. Who am I? What is destined to happen to me? Am I doing the right thing? Nothing makes sense... But wait, one thing is for sure. The only thing I can trust is this gun. My gun will show me the way... I will survive... I'm going to prove that I can survive..." ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.2 - C O N T R O L S / |________________________________________________________________/ The basis of GUN Survivor, is the fact that it works with Namco's G-Con. It doesn't mean playing it with the controller is anything bad (I personally prefer the controller over the G-Con for playing but you can't really beat the gun for more fun and for a authentic playing style) but for those import style types who got the game and can't understand the instructions here is the info you need. - Namco G-Con Default Settings (BHGS and RES) A - Move to the Left (onscreen/inventory) B - Move to the Right (onscreen/inventory) A+B - Access Inventory/Resume Game Double Tap A or B - Target closet Enemy/Object Trigger - Walk (gun away from screen-tap trigger once again to run) - Shoot (gun at screen) - Select objects/options Double Tap Trigger - Walk backwards (gun away from screen) Hold Trigger+A+B - Option Menu The G-Con settings can be hard to get to work, and to get used to. Some people also experience problems playing Gun Survivor with the G-Con at certain sized screens and with certain visual out connections (I had problems using a RF on the TV in my room). The best way to get around these is to use a different TV and connection, and if you can't then you will have no choice but to use a standard controller. - Standard PlayStation Controller (Default Settings BHGS) D-Pad - Moves character/Moves crosshair Circle - Selection Button/Fire Weapon when drawn X - Cancel Selection Square - Fire weapon when drawn/Run R1 - Draw Weapon L1 - Target Closest Enemy/Object Start - Accesses Inventory/Skip Movies Select - Option Menu If you have a analog controller, then Left Stick - Moves character/crosshair Right Stick - Accesses Inventory All other buttons are the same in Analog mode. Gun Survivor is Dual Shock compatible for those of you with the pads (like me) and vibration is set to on when you start the game. If your used to the standard Resident Evil US controls (X is Select, Circle is Cancel) then change the settings from A to B type in the options menu. - Standard PlayStation Controller (Default Settings RES) D-Pad - Moves character/Moves crosshair X - Selection Button/Fire Weapon when drawn Square - Run R1 - Draw Weapon L1 - Target Closest Enemy/Object Start - Accesses Inventory/Skip Movies Select - Option Menu If you have a analog controller, then Left Stick - Moves character/crosshair Right Stick - Accesses Inventory All other buttons are the same in Analog mode. Survivor is Dual Shock compatible for those of you with the pads (like me) and vibration is set to on when you start the game. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.3 - C H A R A C T E R S / |________________________________________________________________/ Ark Thompson Role - Main Hero Weapon of choice - Glock 17 w/ inf. ammo Ark is the main hero in Gun Survivor, and starts off without knowing who he is. On his trip through the island that he's on he begins to believe that he is really a mass-murderer called Vincent that everyone is after. During the game, he will find out more about who he really is and why he was the island. Lott Role - Little Boy Lost/The Informant Weapon of choice - Multi-colored baseball bat Once your down in the sewers, you end up meeting up with Lott. Unfortunately, he decides to run off and you end up following him for a long distance, all the way to a lab area. I don't know why, but I believe Lott is really Rott (due to the fact that the map of his house says "Rott's House" as the title) but it sure as hell sounds like the characters are saying "Lott!" when they call out his name. I do also have to ask, who the hell names their kid Rott anyway? Andy Role - Psychopathic Supervisor Weapon of choice - Gleaming light shining off his bald head and a Luger. Andy seems to be a supervisor for Umbrella. As Ark makes his way to the library you'll meet up with him, and find that he is calling you Vincent and a murderer. You hear from him a few times in various paths, but he doesn't play an important role Lilly Role - Little Boy Lost's Little Lost Sister Weapon of choice - Closets and Bear Faced Overalls (Agh... The Horror!) Lott's little sister, who decides it would be fun to be running around with Lott between various types of monsters. She is smart enough however to stay home and hide when Lot takes off to the Umbrella Factory/Lab complex. Vincent Role - Mass-Murdering Scumbag Weapon of choice - Laughing and Yelling The real Vincent seems to know what will happen with Umbrella's squads coming in to clean up the mess that has happened. Other than that he seems to like fighting Ark, and panicing. Cleaner Leader Role - Leader of Hybrid Human Umbrella SWAT members Weapon of choice - Loud breathing, and a high powered H&K MP5 rifle. When the team drops in, you may get to see this guy yelling orders. If you pick the right path, he will meet up with Ark before... well, you'll just have to play to see. Tyrant Role - Umbrella Bio-Weapon Creation Weapon of choice - Large clawed hand, wide open mouth with a huge tongue. As with every other game, there has to be a Tyrant as a boss to fight, and Gun Survivor is no exception. Starting out as a weird blue freak, Survivor's Tyrant goes through three stages of change. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.4 - E N E M I E S / |________________________________________________________________/ There are many enemies you will find in the game. This should cover them, along with how hard they are to beat, what you should do to beat them and their general location in the game (if I can give it to you). I'll put basic info here, but I may add more info for some of the bosses etc. in the actual walkthrough. - Zombies The ol' war-horses of Resident Evil are as usual, your main attackers they can be found just about everywhere in the game. Zombies shouldn't give you too much of a problem, except for when they are in large groups or you are stuck with one in a small location. Any of the handguns are good enough to take them out. The skinless zombies are also prone to be dropped quicker by hitting them in the head. - Dogs Mainly located in street areas, the T-Infected doggies, seem to love running around in circles. Their attack patterns are very random, and they are sometimes hard to target due to their speed. The best thing is once you have shot one and knocked it down keep shooting at it to keep it on the ground. This way you should have no problems with the dogs at all. - Crows Besides the movie theater, and occasionally randomly placed in street areas, you probably won't come across these flying pests too often in the game. If you do, crack out any of the handguns and just take pot- shots at them 'till they are all dead. A very easy enemy. - Spiders There are 2 types of Spiders in the game. The normal brown and black, which occasionally charge, but do very little else but sit there allowing you to shoot the crap out of them. The others, which are green and black are vicious little bastards who like to spit acid at you and also charge. For the easy ones, you could use any of the handguns, you could also use the handgun for the hard ones (if your feeling like getting a little injured) but I would advice something a little stronger for the green and black ones. - Cockroaches You should only meet these once in the game (and on a certain path too). The room will be dark when you enter it, you will be able to hear them, but they wont attack until you switch the light on. When you go nuts with what ever handgun you have and you should be able to take many out, but while still getting attacked. They are a pain, but are easy to kill. The best idea is just run for the door instead of wasting your time though. - Hunters The hunters also make an unwelcome return. The team hasn't taken the wussy easy to beat hunters from Resident Evil 3, nooo, they decided to use the old green gorilla ones from Resident Evil, and man these things are still as hard to beat as ever. They jump, they swipe, they do everything the ones in Resident Evil did. If they are by themselves you should be able to take them out with a handgun (prepare to maybe get swiped with a claw once or twice) but if there is more than 1 attacking use your shotgun, you'll take them out a hell of a lot quicker. - Lickers I still can't decide which is worse, the Hunters or the Lickers in this game. I have a tough time with them both. As with the Hunters, if they are by themselves you can should be able to take them out with a handgun (prepare to maybe get swiped with a claw once or twice or tongued a couple of times) but if there is more than 1 attacking use your shotgun, you'll take them out a hell of a lot quicker. As for the darker Lickers, you may need to use a shotgun to kill them, especially if they come in pairs. - Cleaners These SWAT guys turn up everywhere. They are easy to kill with a handgun bullet or two, and can still usually be taken out easily with groups or 3 or 4 (at the same level). They can be a pain when they are higher up then where you are, but should still only take a handgun bullet or 2 to finish off. - Moths There are 2 Moths in the game that are in the basement of the Prison. Such is this, that with a shotgun (and even with the handgun if you want to) that you should have no problems taking them out. - Plant Creatures These turn up in the Factory/Lab nearer the end of the game. They are easy to take out with a close range flame grenade shot to the body (the large part at the top) just watch out for them throwing vines at you and spitting poison at you. Also, if you can get some distance between you and them, a handgun will do nicely also. - Alligators The hardest enemy in the game. If you trek through the second lot of sewers, then you'll be attacked by not only 1, but 2 of these things. There are no large gas tanks lying around for you to blow their heads off with this time. You will have to be a pro (or have a rocket launcher on you) to get past these buggers. The only other hints are to have a lot of herbs and a lot of ammo. - Mr. X Mr. X returns (or should I say in this case, Mr. X's return). It's amazing to see more than one in one location. Still a long distances or in open areas you should be able to get through 2 handgun clips or so, and beat him. If your in close range you may want to use something else but you should be able to get by with just using the handgun. Also, as like in Resident Evil 2, he will sometimes drop you an random item. - Tyrant Yes, I had him in the character section, but he's also an enemy, so he also needs to go here also. Overall, his first two forms shouldn't give you any problems. In the first area he attacks, you can just shoot at him until he gets too close, then run around him to the other end and do it again and again until he dies. For his second stage, you can run all around the heliport taking pot shots with what ever weapon you want to. As for his third, that's where you have trouble. Because of one of his moves he can sometime block your shots, he also jumps a lot, and he can also pick you up and slam you on the ground (if he kills you he will skewer you with his clawed arm before chucking you a large distance). The only thing you really can do, is to continue to run around and taking shots when he charges at you or when he's turning around, and hopefully you will win. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.5 - W E A P O N S / |________________________________________________________________/ There are 8 Weapons you can get for Gun Survivor. 7 In-Game, and one which you have to earn. In here I will go into detail about them. ________________ | | |Glock 17 Handgun| |________________| Default Weapon Holds: 17 Bullets Best Against: Just about anything Infinite Ammo Speed - >>>>>>> Reload - >>>> Power - >>>>>> Overall - >>>>> The Glock is your standard firearm. It holds 17 rounds at a time, and has an average firing rate. You will be stuck with it at the start and shouldn't have too much trouble using it. ______________________ | | |M8000 Cougar G Handgun| |______________________| Found Weapon Holds: 15 Bullets Best Against: Just about anything Infinite Ammo Speed - >>>>> Reload - >>>>>> Power - >>>>>>> Overall - >>>>>> You'll find the M8000 at the arcade store room. This gun is a slight bit slower than the Glock, holds less ammo than the Glock, but is slightly more powerful and reloads quicker. _____________ | | |CZ-75 Handgun| |_____________| Found Weapons Holds: 15 Bullets Best Against: Just about anything Infinite Ammo Speed - >>>>>>>>>> Reload - >> Power - >>>>>> Overall - >>>>>> This handgun is very quick in firing, but is slow in reloading. It Is also weaker because of the speed compared to the Cougar. It's located at the hospital. _______________ | | |Nanbu 14 Custom| |_______________| Found Weapon Holds: 8 Bullets Best Against: Anything slow or at a distance Infinite Ammo Speed - >>> Reload - >>>>> Power - >>>>>>>> Overall - >>>>> This gun holds 8 rounds and is the most powerful handgun in the game, but it's also slow to compensate. Take the path into the Library to find it. _______________ | | |SPAS 12 Shotgun| |_______________| Found Weapon Holds: 8 Shells Best Use of Ammo Against: Many Hunters, Lickers, The Final Boss Limited Ammo Speed - >>>>> Reload - >> Power - >>>>>>>>> Overall - >>>>> The SPAS holds 8 Shells and is a powerful weapon. Although it's stats aren't the greatest it does come in handy when your surrounded and if your facing the last boss. It's located at the showers, just after the jail cells in the prison. ____________________ | | |M79 Grenade Launcher| |____________________| Found Weapon Holds: 1 Shell (Acid/Flame/Grenade) Best Against: Flame works well on plants, Grenade works well on the last boss and various other enemies, Acid doesn't have much purpose, but I havem't tried them on the Aligators yet, so perhaps.... Limited Ammo Speed - >>>>>>>>> Reload - >>>>>>>> Power - >>>>>>> Overall - >>>>>>>> The Grenade Launcher is back yet again. Using various rounds, the Launcher will help you greatly. The reason this has such high stats for both Speed and Reloading is that as it fires it's reloaded so it means both the speed of firing and reloading are extemly quick. It's found on top of a car at the Parking lot of the Umbrella building. ______________ | | |S&W M19 Magnum| |______________| Found Weapon Holds: 6 Bullets Best Against: Just about anything Limited Ammo Speed - >>>>> Reload - >>> Power - >>>>>>>> Overall - >>>>> The Magnum will be a trusty weapon that will help you many times. It's located in the later part of the game, on the floor of the Room with an inactivated elevator (Plant B1) under the destroyed Mansion. ______________________ | | |M20-A1 Rocket Launcher| |______________________| Earned Weapon Holds: 1 Rocket Best Against: Anything!!! Infinite Ammo Speed - >>>>>>>> Reload - >>> Power - >>>>>>>>>> Overall - >>>>>>> If your good enough to get S rank, you can be trusted with this destructive weapon. It will kill just about everything in one shot. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.6 - I N V E N T O R Y / O P T I O N M E N U S / |________________________________________________________________/ (Gun) Survivor Item List Version 2.0 |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Standard Items | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Handgun Bullets - Ammo for all the handguns you will gain. | | | | "These are 9X19 Parabellum Bullets that can be used for various | | handguns." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Green Herb - Slight amount of healing from a single herb. | | | | "This is a herb that can be used to heal wounds." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | First Aid Spray - Full health in a can | | | | "This spray will fully recover your vitality." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Red Herb - Triples the effect of other herbs | | | | "This is an herb that can enhance the effect of other herbs." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Blue Herb - Cures poision status | | | | "This is an herb that can detoxify poisons." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Shotgun Bullets - Ammo for the SPAS-12 Shotgun | | | | "Shot Shell. These can be used with the S.P.A.S. 12." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Flame Rounds - Flame Rounds for the Grenade Launcher | | | | "Grenade Flame Rounds. These can be used with the M79 Grenade | | Launcher." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Grenade Rounds - Explosive Grenade Rounds for the Grenade | | Launcher | | | | "Grenade Bearing Rounds. These can be used with the M79 Grenade | | Launcher." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Acid Rounds - Rounds with Acid for the Grenade Launcher | | | | "Grenade Acid Rounds. These can be used with the M79 Grenade | | Launcher." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Magnum Rounds - Rounds for the Magnum | | | | "357 Magnum Rounds. These can be used with the S&W M19 series." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Mixed Herbs - Various mixtures of herbs will create various | | results. | | | | "This a mixture of a -- herb (, a -- herb) and a -- herb." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | Other Items | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Item Name | Found | Location | |______________________|___________________|______________________| | | | | | Handgun A | N/A | N/A | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "GLOCK 17. This is a small lightweight gun, which is made from | | plastic and is famous for it's stability." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Streets Area 1 | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Rusted Key | Zombie | Street Area 1 | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is a key that looks like it could easily break apart." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Church | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Chapel Key | Table | Chapel Library | | | | Church | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "It appears to be a key for a chapel." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Clock Winder | Clock | Chapel Library | | | | Church | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "It appears to be a winder for a clock." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Church's Rear Key | Table | Church Basement | | | | Church | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "It appears to be a key for the rear entrance of a church." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Restaurant | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Manager's Key | Boxes | Freezer | | | | Restaurant | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "It appears to be a key to open the hall entrance of a | | restaurant." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Movie Theater | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | 35mm Film | Shelf | Projector Room | | | | Movie Theater | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "The word "Umbrella" is written on the case of the film." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Theater Key | Front Of Theater | Movie Theater | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is a key for the entrance of a theater." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Streets Area 2 | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Cracked Key | Seat | Waterside | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This key is cracked and could break at anytime." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Arcade-Bar-Casino | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Arcade Key | Table | Arcade Office | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is a key to access the underground of the amusement park" | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Manhole Opener | Bar Counter | Bar - Arcade | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This could be used to open a manhole." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Handgun C | Shelf | Storage Room | | | | Arcade/Casino | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "M8000 Cougar G. This gun is famous for it's excellent | | precision thanks to it's Rotating Barrel blow back action." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Library | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Handgun D | Desk | Upper Library | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "Nanbu 14 Custom. This is Japan's first automatic gun, which | | was used by the Japanese army." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Manhole Opener | Table | Back Library | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This could be used to open a manhole." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Hospital | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Medicine Room Key | CT Scanner Bed | Exam Room - Hospital | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is a key to open the door of the medicine room." | |______________________|___________________|______________________| | | | | | Handgun B | Desk | Nurse's station | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "CZ75. This is a small gun which uses 9X19 parabellum rounds." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Manhole Opener | Shelf | Operating Room | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This could be used to open a manhole." |_________________________________________________________________| | Prison | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Prison Cell Key | Desk | Office | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is a key for the entrance of a prison cell." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Rope | Desk | Prison Hallway | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is a strong rope that could be used for mountain | | climbing" | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Shotgun | Floor of the | Prison Showers | | | Showers | | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "S.P.A.S. 12. This large size military shotgun can be handled | | with one arm if used with a stock option." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Night Club | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Club Hall Key | Table | VIP Room | | | | Night Club | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is a specially designed card key for a club member." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Umbrella HQ | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Umbrella Key Card | Floor by the Desk | Main Office 13F | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is a card key that can be inserted into a card reader. | | The word "Vincent" is written on it." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Grenade Gun | Sitting on the | Parking Garage | | | front of the Car | | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "M79 Grenade Launcher. An American made weapon that is | | compatible with various types of ammo." | |_________________________________________________________________| | Umbrella Factory | |----------------------|-------------------|----------------------| | | | | | Magnum | Power Room | Plant B1 | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "S&W M19. The M19 can handle 357 magnum rounds once the barrel | | is extended from 4 to 6 inches." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Activation Disk | Lab Desk | Lab - Plant B2 | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is an activation disk for the power reactor." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | ID Card | Dead Body | Plant B2 | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is an ID card of a researcher. You can insert it into a | | card reader at the factory." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Master Key | Desk in | Plant B3 | | | Tyrant Lab | | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "This is the master key for the factory." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | | | | Rocket Launcher | N/A | Inventory after | | | | earning a S Rank | | |___________________|______________________| | | | "M20A1 Rocket Launcher. This powerful weapon fires rockets and | | can defeat most enemies with one shot." | |_________________________________________________________________| | | ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.7 - I N V E N T O R Y / O P T I O N M E N U S / |________________________________________________________________/ If your new to the Biohazard/Resident Evil Scene, or you can't understand the menu's in the game (because you have BHGS) then this section is for you. It covers what you need to know about the menus. - Inventory Screen Once you have accessed the inventory screen you have many options, and images. __________________________________________ | ___________________________________ | | | Item | File | Map | Exit |__| | |________|________|________|________| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | ______ | || | _____________________________ | ||HEALTH| | || ||______| | || || \__|__ | || || || Item Information || || GUN || || ||_________||_____________________________|| |__________________________________________| In the lower left is you currently equipped gun, and your health status. You will have a large box to the right of them, that is where you will get info on various items, and at the top will be four options; Item, File, Map and Exit. I will go through each of these. Item - If you click on item, it will bring up your list of items. Within this list you can select an item. Lets say you had a Red Herb, and you selected it. 4 more options will come up. 3 will be in Japanese kanji, and the last will say Cancel. These four options are Use, Combine, Check, and of course Cancel. With use you will use the selected item. In this case you won't be able to use the Red Herb by itself. By using Combine, you could combine the Reb with a Green, and then use it. With check you can look at an image of the items and read some info on it (doesn't help to if you can't read Japanese) and cancel takes you back to the item menu. __________________________________________ | ______________________________ | | |Equip|Combine| Check | Cancel |_____| | |_____|_______|_______|________| | | ______________________________________ | | | NO ITEM | |__________| | | | Handgun A | | | | | | Handgun Bullets | |__________| | | | Return | |__________| | | | NO ITEM | | Selected | | | |_________________________|_|__________| | | ______ | || | _____________________________ | ||HEALTH| | || ||______| | || || \__|__ | || || || Item Information || || GUN || || ||_________||_____________________________|| |__________________________________________| File - Here you will be able to look at all the files you picked up in the game again, just incase there was something you missed. Map - Map shows you a layout of your current location. And Exit takes you back to the game. - Option Screen Once you have accessed the option menu, there is a bunch of various options. __________________________________________ | | | | | O P T I O N | | | | | | | | ____________ _____________ | || __________|_ _|___________ || ||_| _|_________|_ |_|| | |__________| |___________| | | |_____________| | | | | /| |\ | | \| |/ | | | | | |__________________________________________| Adjust Screen - This option allows you to change the placement centering of the screen. Vibration - Turn the Dual Shock vibration on or off. Key Config. - Set the controller settings you wish to use with Gun Survivor and what ever controller you are using. Reset - Reset the current game back to the title screen. Sound - Set the sound volume and output settings. Exit - Exit out of the Option Menu ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.8 - S A V I N G T H E G A M E / |________________________________________________________________/ Okay, so everyone is complaining about how there is no typewriters in Gun Survivor to save. So everyone is asking how do I save. To tell you the truth, you can't. Well that's not fully true either, you can, but it won't save your position, only your guns, ammo, hit percentage, enemies killed etc. If you load that save you'll be back at the start with those stats. When you finish the game then you will also be allowed to save for the same reason (gaining weapons, status etc.) to continue on with. Survivor could take you anywhere between 3/4 hour to a few hours to complete. It just depends on how you do it, so be warned, you could have to spend up to that much time playing it. Honetly I don't see why people complain there is no save spots in the game. It's a shooter people! House of the Dead doesn't have save spots it has continues, and so does Survivor. Come on, I mean I read reviews where people took marks off because you can't save in the game. Absolutly idiotic! ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.9 - T I P S F O R S U R V I V I N G S U R V I V O R / |________________________________________________________________/ - I have no idea how many times this has stopped me from getting injured. When you enter a new room get into an area where you can shoot the enemies from a distance as best you can. - You can just about use the handguns for most of the game except for when you get into tight situations, and the last boss. - Don't forget to mix herbs. It helps a lot. Red - 0% Triples others when mixed. Green - 25% Health Blue - Cures Poison Status But when mixed Red + Green - 100% Health Recovered Green + Red + Blue - 100% Health plus removes Poison Status Green + Blue - 25% Health plus removes Poison Status Green + Green + Green - 100% Health Recovered - Try out all the handguns once you have all four and find the one that is best suited to you. - Decide on which path you will take from what your current ammo and healing items are like. It's not good going into the sewers to face the Alligators if all you have is the handguns, and one green herb. - As with the other games, Run all the time that you aren't fighting. It will also help if your going for a good time. - Also as with the other games, you may want to reload before you run out of ammo, about 1 or 2 shots left. Especially with the shotgun, as it takes quite some time to reload. - When you get into new areas, look around where you started. Sometimes you will start with your back to a door or entrryway that is out of your view when you come in. - Be sensible using the weapons. Flame rounds are good against Plants, shotgun shells work great against Hunters etc. - There are various paths to the game, so don't forget to try them all. You may find some new things happen depending on your actions throughout the game. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.10 - T O G - C O N O R N O T T O G - C O N ? / |________________________________________________________________/ So should you play the game with a G-Con, or better yet should the gun support be left in the US release. One word. Yes. The game is fun either way, but as I have said the game needs the ability to use the gun. It's extra fun and just gives the game the feeling it should have. Although the controls are odd, the game is a different experience when played with the gun. An odd couple of things popped up about the US version having it cut. The thing is if it will the support will be fully removed (ripped out of the coding) or if it will be hidden, because I can say that if it's just masked there will be people from day one hacking the Gameshark codes to unlock it. Lets hope it's masked. :-) Other than that, I want to say if you get the chance to play it with the gun, do so, it's a lot of fun. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 2.11 - E U R O P E A N / P A L I N F O R M A T I O N / |________________________________________________________________/ Amazingly Eidos Interactive were able to release Resident Evil Survivor onto the PAL market quickly. With Code Veronica's release in the US, the bad reviews import Gun Survivor was getting, and the changes to Survivor's Gun Support, it seems Capcom USA is no rush to release this game in the Resident Evil Saga. But the difference is that because Eidos will not get around to releasing Code Veronica until May or June. In this absence (besides releasing Resident Evil 3: Nemesis over 3 months later than when the US got it) they have released Survivor with Gun-Con support to tide of PAL area Resident Evil Fans. So the game has G-Con support. It's also in various languages. It's good to be able to have the files in english (especially for those people who only have the Japanese version and wish to know what the files say). Now that I have played Resident Evil Survivor I can say that besides the translation, the slight name change, and the addition of Eidos logo :-) the game is no different than it's Japanese counterpart. The translation is excellent, I have seen very little in the way of mistakes and even the "disasterstruck" typo in the intro that many people made fun of from Gun Survivor has been corrected. Playin it in english has allowed me to understand some of the other parts of the game nicely and overall fit together nicely. Other than that nothing special stuck out between Biohazard Gun Survivor and Resident Evil Survivor. In some of the sections I also noticed that some of the slowdown had been corrected. I don't know if this was due to any programming efforts or if it was due to the fact that PAL games run slightly slower frame rates than NTSC. I have BHGS, and I don't see much point in myself buying Survivor, but if you haven't played the game at all then you might want to pick up Survivor and give it a go. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.0 - W A L K T H R O U G H / |________________________________________________________________/ Well, it's onto the walkthrough. Before I start I do have to say that Gun Survivor has a slight randomness to it. Some enemy/item locations differ, but most stay the same each time you play. Also the ammo that Mr. X drops also changes game to game. Also, if you want to skip movies press Start, please also note not all movies can be skipped. If you have problems picking items up, walk over the area where the item is a few times. If you still can't pick it up, press L1 to see if you can actually lock onto it, if you can't then you can't pick it up, if you can, walk up to it again and you should be able to pick it up. The guide is played through in Normal, and is the difficulty level I suggest you play in. There should be little difference found in easy. Sorry about all the references to "L1" for looking at things also, I was playing this with the controller, and it wasn't until after I was finished that I realised that I kept writing that. For those of you playing with a G-Con, double tap A or B when I talk about L1. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.1 - O P E N I N G / |________________________________________________________________/ Once you have the ability to move, run around the crates and turn into the side hall and through the door. Once you're through, you will see the body of the guy who dropped from the helicopter. Run up to him, and a cinema will take over. When it will finish, you'll have a zombie in front of you, kill him and collect the key he drops. You now have the choice of 3 doors. The door to the left of the body leads to the CHURCH, the door in front of the body leads to the RESTRAUNT, and the door at the end of the hall of the left leads to the MOVIE THEATER. If you selected the Church, go to Section 3.1.1 If you selected the Restaurant, go to Section 3.1.2 If you selected the Movie Theater, go to Section 3.1.3 ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.1.1 - C H U R C H / |________________________________________________________________/ Welcome to the church of Umbrella. Once you are inside, there will be some zombies for you to kill. Once they are dead, take the door to the right of the chapel. In this room you will be surrounded by 3 zombies. The best idea is to run to the right of the zombie in front and shoot them all from a position against the wall there. Once they are all dead, you can collect the key from the table around the far corner, this will be used for the door on the other side of the chapel. Before you exit get the winder from the side of the clock. Now exit to the chapel. Run straight ahead and unlock the door. Once inside shoot the three zombies and go into the double doors halfway down the hall. The camera will pan around showing you the room. Once you have control again pick up the file, and go around corner. Shoot the zombie and pick up the green herb. Now exit back to the hallway. Run down to the end where the zombies were, and go up to the clock. You will be prompted to use the winder for the clock. Once it is put in, it will access the staircase beside the clock. Go down the stairs. Shoot the spider, and enter the door at the end. Shoot the three zombies, and grab the blue and orange key off the table. Now leave and head back upstairs. Go up to the door that you haven't been through yet, and you will be prompted to use the key you just picked up. Do so. Go to Section 3.2 to continue ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.1.2 - R E S T A U R A N T / |________________________________________________________________/ You will find yourself in a kitchen, with a few undead friends. Get rid of them, and grab the file on the desk. The door around past the file will be locked, so go into the closest door. When you get into this section you will see a door infront of you, but don't go through it yet. Turn to your left, and you should be shown a storeroom, with a ramp leading down. If you go down around the corner, you should find a green herb sitting on the floor. Now go back up the ramp and in the door at the end of the hallway. You will find yourself in the freezer. Kill the zombies, then grab the key in the back corner. Make your way back to the kitchen, and use the key on the door that was locked. Once inside, the camera will pan around the room showing you the zombies pounding on the windows. As soon as you shoot one of the zombies walking around, the others pounding on the windows will break them. Kill all the zombies in the room, then go around to the front entrance of the room and exit out the door. Go to Section 3.2 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.1.3 - M O V I E T H E A T E R / |________________________________________________________________/ Once inside, shoot any zombies that are around, and grab the green herb off the counter. Now head up the stairs. Once at the top, follow the hall around to the next room. Inside, the camera will pan around the room showing you what is inside. Grab the file off the trunk in the corner. Go into the other room, killing the zombie, and grab the 35mm Film. Go back out to the projector, and go up to the buttons. You will be prompted to use the film. Do so, and then leave the room. As you walk or run down the hallway, crows will attack. You can run or shoot. I usual shoot as they are easy to kill. Either way head back downstairs. Kill the zombies that have popped up again, and head into the red double doors by the stairs. You will now see what was on the film. Now that's what I call entertainment! Any of you who thought it would be a porno, must be greatly embarrassed. Pick up the key from the front of the room and head back out. Kill the zombies that have popped up yet again, and use the key on the blue double doors by the counter. Go to Section 3.2 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.2 - W A T E R S I D E / |________________________________________________________________/ Once outside you will have 2 dogs to contend with. Once they have been put down, you can go to answer the ringing phone. Unfortunately, it stops ringing as you pick it up. Now head down the stairs to the right of the phone. Down here you should see one licker. If you shoot it a few times a second one will jump up from over the side. Once they are both dead, you should pick up the key from off the seat, and the herb from the right of the far stairs, before heading up them. Once your at the top a movie should take place. When it is finished (or you have skipped it) you will notice you are in a street. Move up to the end of the van, and you will have another 3 way door decision to make. The door to the left building leads to the ARCADE, the door of the building straight ahead leads to the LIBRARY, and the door of the building to the right leads to the HOSPITAL. If you selected the Arcade, go to Section 3.2.1 If you selected the Library, go to Section 3.2.2 If you selected the Hosptial, go to Section 3.2.3 ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.2.1 - A R C A D E / |________________________________________________________________/ As you enter the Entrepot Arcade, a movie will take place showing you the "Cleaners" being dropped into the area. Once you're inside, another will take place of 2 zombies being killed by something. When you gain control, you will have to shoot a Cleaner, the one that killed the zombies. They aren't very hard and only take a handgun bullet or 2. The double doors are locked, so go around the corner, and through the single door. You will get another movie. When it is over, pick up the key off the computer desk, and go back out into the main room. Unlock the doors, and kill the Cleaners inside (Note - L1 will help you a lot with them). Go over to the counter of the "Wooden Box" bar, and grab the Hook off it, then head downstairs. Kill the Cleaners down here in the Casino. Occasionally, you might find a First Aid Spray sitting on one of the tables. Head through the single door, into the storage room. In here you will find a Handgun sitting on the shelf. Walk over to the manhole cover on the floor, and use the hook when prompted. Go to Section 3.3 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.2.2 - L I B R A R Y / |________________________________________________________________/ Once inside you will get a movie. When it is finished, head up the stairs straight ahead. At the top, turn to the left to find a green herb. Now head into the doors. When you get in, another movie takes place, and you are locked in. Go around the book cases to find a hunter you need to go against. Once it is dead, pick up the handgun sitting on the desk, and go back outside. Make your way downstairs, killing the dogs the jump through the windows. Go into the door that Andy went into. Once inside, maneuver around the bookcases, picking up the file and killing the lickers you find. Make your way through to the next room. Kill all the zombies then pick up the hook off the table before exiting out the back door. When your outside, kill any enemies, then walk over to the barricade where you can see the doors to the movie theater. Press L1, and you should lock onto a hidden Red Herb. Now walk over to the manhole cover on the floor, and use the hook when prompted. Climb down the ladder. You will be in a pitch black room, except for a dim red light in front of you. It is a switch. Turn it on, and run to find the door. Go through it instead of wasting your time fighting the cockroaches. Go to Section 3.3 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.2.3 - H O S P I T A L / |________________________________________________________________/ Once the movie is over, go around the desk and into the doors. Once you are through, kill the zombie and go through the doors on the right. This is the Medical Exam Room. Inside, kill the zombies, then go around to the controls for the CT Scanner (the one monitor that is on) to access the bed in it. Grab the key off the bed, and the blue herb against the wall and go back out to the hallway. Use the door across the hall, which unlocks with the key you just picked up. You are now in the Medicine Room. Kill all the zombies, grab the blue herb, then exit through the other door in the room. You are now in the Doctor's Office. Just kill all the zombies, then exit out the door back into the hallway. Now head up the stairs. You will now be in a long hallway with 5 doors. 3 on the right, and 2 on the left. I'll work my way down each side. Go into the first door on the right. This is Room 201. Inside you should find a zombie to kill, and first aid spray on the bed. Go back out to the corridor. Go into the second door on the right, Room 202. It contains three zombies, and a green herb on the back wall, by the window. Go back out to the corridor. Go into the last door on the right, Room 203. Inside will be three more zombies, and a red herb. When your finished in here, go back out to the corridor. Go back to near the stairwell, and enter the door beside the metal shutters on the left side. This is the nurse's station. In here you will find a file, and a handgun. Go around to the lockers, and flick the three switches. Now go back out to the corridor. Go down to the end, and enter the double doors there to access the Operating Room. Kill any zombies roaming around, and pick up the hook. Once that is done, head back out to the corridor. As soon as you leave the Operating Room, you will see a lift ahead of you. Go and use it and Mr. X will attack. When you drop him, the lift will arrive. Take it down to the basement. Kill the enemies down in here in the morgue, and head through the other door. Walk over to the manhole cover on the floor, and use the hook when prompted. Go to Section 3.3 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.3 - S E W E R S A N D P A R I D I S E P R I S O N / |________________________________________________________________/ When you enter, you won't be able to use any of the other exits except for the door with the spray painted orange mark around it. When you get inside pick up the Shotgun Shells from the top of the fridge, then get the file off the desk. After you read it, you will get a movie. When it is finished, go through the door that the boy went through. Run down the corridor, but watch out because a licker drops down from the ceiling. If your quick enough you can run right past it and up the ladder, or you can stand and fight it. Either way, go up the ladder. You will find yourself in a large area, with two doors below large letters which say "PARIDISE." Go through the two doors. Once your inside, you around the zombies to the other end of the hallway before killing them. Then go through the door that has the hanging sign above it saying "Office." This can be tricky. You have 4 zombies in here, and very little space. Try your best to drop them quickly. When you have go through the other door. When your inside, grab the file off the desk, and the gold key off the table. Head back out to the main office, take out the new zombies, and go back out to the main hallway. Use the key to unlock the door across from where you are. Once inside kill any zombies about, and don't forget to grab the rope. Don't head through the door at the end of the hallway where you entered, instead go through the bar door in the area with the lockers and the table. In the cell area, kill the naked zombies, and pick up the file in one of the cells, before heading through the door at the end. In this hallway head in the door halfway down the hall (the one with the small window in it). Inside kill the zombies as best you can, and grab the SPAS Shotgun lying on the floor at the end. Go back out to the hallway. When you exit, you will be facing a door. Don't go through it yet. Turn around and you will see a stairwell at the other end of the hallway. Go down it. When you get to the bottom, move forward a little. The doors will fall off and 4 zombies will come trudging out. Kill them, then grab the herb at the end of the hall. Now you get to make another decision. You can go back upstairs to the COURTYARD and GUARD TOWER, or you can either take the double doors leading UNDERGROUND. Please note, the Underground way is extremely hard, there are many Hunters and Lickers, and 2 Alligators you will need to get through to get out. If you selected the Courtyard and Guard Tower, go to Section 3.3.1 If you selected the Underground, go to Section 3.3.2 ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.3.1 - C O U R T Y A R D / G U A R D T O W E R / |________________________________________________________________/ Come back up the stairs from the basement, and go through the door at the end of the hallway. You will find yourself outside in a courtyard, with a couple of Hunters. Get behind the poles, and shoot the one walking around with your handgun, while using L1 to keep up with where it's running around. When it's dead, do the same with the second one. Now the hunters are gone, you can go up to the far end. To the right is a doorway, do not go through it, it leads back into the prison hallway where you picked up the rope. Instead, head into the hallway to the left. Pick up the red herb, and follow the hall down to the ladder at the end, and climb it. At the top of the Guard Tower, go to the other side, and you will be prompted to use your rope. Do so, and you will climb to the bottom. When you get to the bottom, you will notice something walking at you. It's Mr. X. Shoot away at him with your handgun, you should be able to drop him before he gets too close to you. Pick up the ammo he drops. Now it's decision time again. You can go to the end of the alley and use the door there to go to the NIGHT CLUB, or you can go half way down the alley and use the staircase which leads to a ROOFTOP and a WAREHOUSE, If you selected the Night Club, go to Section 220.127.116.11 If you selected the Rooftop and Warehouse, go to Section 18.104.22.168 ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 22.214.171.124 - N I G H T C L U B / |________________________________________________________________/ As soon as you enter the door you will have another Mr. X charging at you, you can either run around the boxes, taking a few shots before he gets close (which is quite easy) or you can run around the boxes to the doorway (which is even easier). I would go for Mr. X, as he gives you some ammo for dropping him. Either way you choose, go through the door eventually and you will be in the main part of the Heaven's Night Club. Grab the Green Herb off the counter of the Bar, then head up the stairs. You will be automatically taken into the upstairs VIP room. When your inside, grab the VIP card off the table, but be warned as soon as you do, Mr. X will come and attack you again. Run or take him down, and exit back to the main part of the club. When you're down the bottom, you will have to take on another Mr. X. When he's down, go to the door down the hall, and use the card reader to unlock the door, then exit. Go to Section 3.4 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 126.96.36.199 - R O O F T O P A N D W A R E H O U S E / |________________________________________________________________/ As soon as you get up on the roof, you'll have heaps of Cleaners attacking you. Take them all out (usually 8-10), then grab the green herb from over at the vent outlets, before climbing down the ladder on the other side. Once down the bottom, run to the end to pick up some ammo (if it stays the same every game, then it will be flame rounds-it's what I got both times I went this way), then head in the door. Kill the cleaners in here. Getting the ones on the shipping container first is a good idea. Behind the container is some shotgun shells. Now go over to the door and exit. Go to Section 3.4 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.3.2 - U N D E R G R O U N D / |________________________________________________________________/ So you've chosen the hard way. Well your first task is to kill the two moths in here, so do that. When they are dead, grab the blue herb, and climb through the open vent near it, using the rope when prompted. This next part is hard. Shoot all the hunters you can see in this area. The ones on the other side of the bridge can jump across, so be careful. When they are dead, run to the end, and climb up the ladder. Run through the air shaft and down the ladder at the other end. In this area, kill any enemies around, and go through the door at the end of the hallway. You will be back out in the main area, except on the other side. Grab the green herb, and go down to the far end where there is a door you can go through. Follow the next room around, picking up the red herb as you do, until you reach the next door. Go through it, and get ready for a fight. In here are the hardest enemies in the game. You have to fight 2 alligators. Once you finally kill them, head up the ladder at the end of the area. Go to Section 3.4 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.4 - U M B R E L L A H Q / |________________________________________________________________/ After the movie, you will be facing the doors to Umbrella's HQ for this island. Before you enter, press L1 to find a Red Herb behind you. Once you have grabbed it, you can head inside the building. In the main lobby, you will come up against either Hunters or Lickers. When they are dead, grab the Magnum rounds off what is left of the reception desk, and head through the doors on the right-hand side of the room. When you get into the next room, run straight ahead past the zombies, to the lift doors at the end of the hallway. When you reach there, turn around and kill the zombies. Now, head down to the other lift and pick up the green herb, before heading back to the first lift and taking it to the 13th floor. When you arrive at the 13th floor, you will have either Lickers or Hunters to take on. When they are dead, take the first door, on the left wall. After the movie, grab the file off the counter on the left side of the room, and then go to grab the blue card from the right side. Mr. X will turn up. Drop him, and pick up the ammo he leaves, along with the key card before leaving the room. Back out in the hallway, use the card reader at the other door, and enter into the room. Kill all of the zombies, and exit through the next door. When you get into the room, you will get a movie. When it is finished, pick up the file on the control panel, and follow the direction in which Lilly left, past the computers, and out through the door. From where you start looking when you get through the door, look slightly left, and you will see a Red Herb to pick up. Once you have, use the right lift. Mr. X will attack again, coming back through the hole he created. Once you have dropped him, and taken what he leaves, take the lift back down to the 1st floor. When you get along the hallway, make sure you flick the switch on the wall before stepping through the area where the metal detector is, or else the alarm will sound and some monsters will attack (usually Lab Lickers-the darker stronger ones). When your through, go down the stairs. You will be down in the parking lot, with some dogs to take care of. When they are dead, grab the Grenade Launcher off the car, and head up the ramp and through the doorway. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.5 - W A T E R W A Y, H O U S E, A N D R O P E W A Y / |________________________________________________________________/ A movie will take place after you leave the parking lot. You will see Lott and Lilly climb over a chain fence, and into a waterway. Ark will follow them, and you will gain control again. Go through the gate at the end. You will see a hunter on a walkway, shoot at it until it's dead, or you can just run to the other end, and go through the gate. When you're through the gate to the other section, you will have 2 green and black spiders to deal with. When they are done with, run to the ladder and go up. When your up the top, turn left and you will see a Blue Herb, and a Green Herb. Take both then go to the gate at the end and kill the 2 zombies they're before heading inside the house. Once you're inside, head to the door beside the kitchen. In the bedroom, shoot the zombie between the beds, and grab the Red Herb by the curtains. Go back out to the main room, and go to the last door you haven't been through. Inside, after the small scene, go up to the closet. After the movie go over to the desk, and grab the file. Now leave and go back outside, to the yard. You will find new zombies to kill, but the gate will be open. Follow the path round and head up the stairs. Once you're at the top, you will have a couple of dogs to get rid of. When they are gone, go around the corner, but watch out for the Hunter that smashes the door down. Once he's dead, go into the room he was in and grab the green herb, before entering the door to the left of it. Walk up to the machine panel left of the valve handle. You will automatically switch the machine on to bring the car to the area you were in before. Just as you leave, 2 Lickers will jump through the window. You can stay and fight, or run and leave. Either way make your way to the car, and get on board. As you get off, the Hunter who jumped on top of the car will jump down and attack. Kill him and the other Hunters around, before heading down the stairs. When you arrive at the bottom you will find 2 dogs running around along with Mr. X walking towards you. Take out Mr. X, then quickly get rid of the 2 dogs. Walk over the path and through the gate at the end. In the next area, you have 3 gates you can choose from. The one right in front of where you come in leads to the CLIFF SIDE, where you will have to go through many Mr. X's. Across the bridge, are 2 more exits. The large gate leads to the TUNNELS, where there is many Hunters and Lickers, and the last gate leads to the ELLEMONA Testing Grounds, where you will come up against many Cleaners. Before you make your pick, don't forget to grab the Red Herb by the gate that leads to the Testing Grounds. If you selected the Cliff Side, go to Section 3.5.1 If you selected the Tunnels, go to Section 3.5.2 If you selected the Ellemona Testing Grounds, go to Section 3.5.3 ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.5.1 - C L I F F S I D E / |________________________________________________________________/ After the movie, you'll hear Mr. X thumping towards you. Dodge him or drop him then continue up the hill. The path is straightforward enough, and you just have to get past the 4 Mr. X's (who won't give you anything for dropping them), and exit through the gate at the top. Go to Section 3.6 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.5.2 - T U N N E L S / |________________________________________________________________/ Follow the long straight tunnel, killing any monsters in your way. Go through the double doors and follow the wooden walkway around to the next door. In the next room, pick up the ammo, and then go out the other door. Walk along the walkway, killing any enemies that jump onto the platform, and go in through the door at the end. In the next rooms, kill the monsters, and pick up the green herb, sitting by the big tanks with the Radioactive logo on them (Mmm... nuked green herbs...) before heading up the stairs. Go to Section 3.6 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.5.3 - E L L E M O N A T E S T I N G G R O U N D S / |________________________________________________________________/ This is very straightforward. You follow the obvious path to the end, while shooting all the Cleaners. There should be about 30 or so to kill, which can be easily accomplished with your handgun. A very easy section. Go to Section 3.6 to continue. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.6 - U M B R E L L A F A C T O R Y / L A B / |________________________________________________________________/ Once your out of the last area, kill the enemies in this area and head towards the gate at the far end where you can see a large mansion. Once you're through the gate, you can take on all the dogs, but the best idea is to just run for the 2 large doors. Once you're in the next area, take out all the hunters. If you try the main doors you will find they won't move. Around the corner of the building to the left is a green herb. Now go around the corner to the right of the building to find a door inside. As you walk forward inside there will be a movie. When you gain control again, run over to the back wall where you will find a case of Grenade Rounds lying on the floor. Take them, then head down the stairs. Down the bottom you will come up against Mr. X(s), so drop him or them. Follow the path around to the end. In here you should find a Magnum on the floor (kick ass!). After you pick up the magnum, flick the huge switch on the wall to bring the lift up. Run over to the lift and ride it down the bottom. Once you're at the bottom in the power room, shoot the naked zombies and head on over to the far door to the left of a large power indicator that is currently showing red lights. The whole mission here is to get an Umbrella Key Card to access a door. To do so, we have to switch the power on and battle a few monsters. Once you are through the door, you should be in all hallway. Kill the Lickers in here. Take note of a large blue button on the wall, it will become important soon. Head through the door on the left wall. Inside here you will notice tanks along the left wall. Inside are some plants. They are of no bother right now. On the right wall are some Acid Rounds on a desk. Take them, then head through the other door. Carefully move down the hall as there is a Licker in the room. Once it's dead, grab the System Disk and the file before leaving. When you get the System Disk, there will be a short scene with a crashing sound. That is just the plants escaping, but you can get past them easily. On you way down the hall on your way out, watch out for Licker dropping from the ceiling. You can run down the right side of the room (where you got the acid rounds) to avoid the plants. Head back to the power room and go into the other door after shooting more naked zombies. Run around the main area to the end, and use the System Disk on the panel there. An alarm will sound and you will get a very Metal Gear Solid style movie of Zombie's escaping from a doorway. Turn around and run down the hall to go kill them. Once you have, go into the area the zombies came from to find a case of Grenade Rounds. Now go back to the area where the big blue button was, taking care of any zombies on the way. Go up to the button and push it. It should open the big shutter doors, to reveal 2 plant creatures, and the dead guy who has the key card we are after. Kill the plants, and take the card. Go the the other end of the hallway, and use the card on the doorway. You should be in a large room with a couple of Plants. Kill the plants then flick the switch at the end of the hallway to open the door. Pick up the Blue Herb and the Flame Rounds, then go through the doorway. There will be a short scene involving the monsters, then Mr. X will appear, and the door at the end of the hall will close. Take him down and the door will open, along with you hearing Lott yell again. Pick up the ammo Mr. X dropped, and head through the end door. After the movie, kill the Hunter then there will be another. Once it is finished also, turn to the left and you will see a First Aid Spray you can pick up sitting in the corner. Now go through the single door you were facing, and Ark will wrap up the story in a small flashback movie. Run down the hallway, past the "E Area" door and enter the door at the end. Once inside shoot all the zombies. On a panel on the right side of the room is some Magnum Rounds, pick them up. Then go to the control panel in the middle of the room and access it to unlock the "E Area" door in the hallway you were just in. Go back to that door, and flick the switch to open it. When it is open, kill the Plants inside, and go through the door at the end. You'll see a Tyrant in a status tube. Grab the file off the desks on the left side of the room, and the lab key off the middle desk and head back out of the room. Run down the hall, and half way a movie will take over. Depending on path you took at the second choice (Arcade, Library, Hospital) a different person will turn up (Leader of the Cleaners, Andy, The Real Vincent), and be killed by the Tyrant who has escaped. When the movie is over, fight the Tyrant and when he's dead go through the door which leads into the control room where you unlocked the "E Area" door. When you go through, a movie will take place showing you the Tyrant changing and getting up. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 3.7 - F I N A L E S C A P E / |________________________________________________________________/ Go through the door on the other side of the Control Room. It will lead you into a long hallway where the doors will blow of and some sort of enemy will escape. If you're playing the game where Andy was killed by the Tyrant, then there will be no enemies to fight. Take them out and take the lift at the other end. A movie will take place at the top. Run down the hall and to the left. Pick up the shotgun shells on the ground. You need to open the gate before you can use the train though. When you do, you will be attacked by Cleaners, so make sure you have your shotgun ready so you can make a quick escape to the train doors. Flick, the switch, and turn 180 quickly. Shoot the 2 cleaners in front of you and run for the doors of the train. Ignore the happy music, you haven't finished yet. Once you have control, run down the hall and into the lift. Once all the movies are finished it's down to a fight against the Tyrant. For his first form at the heliport you can run all around the heliport taking pot shots with whatever weapon you want to. As for his second, that's where you can have trouble. Because of one of his moves he can sometime block your shots, he also jumps a lot, and he can also pick you up and slam you on the ground (if he kills you he will skewer you with his clawed arm before chucking you a large distance). The only thing you really can do, is to continue to run around and taking shots when he charges at you or when he's turning around. Will you win? Only you can manage that. "But don't worry... we can fly as long as we have fuel" - The End ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 4.0 - M A P S / |________________________________________________________________/ ____________________ Street Area Part 1 / __________________/ || ________________________/____|| Areas | D2 | 1 - Helicopter Crash \ D3 | 2 - Alley |______________________ D1 \ | 2 / Doors | | D1 - Church | | D2 - Restaurant | | D3 - Movie Theater | | |___/___| | | | | ______________________| |______ | | | 1 | |_____________________________________| ___________ Church 1F / _________/ ______________/__ | D1 | |S | Areas |___________ | A1 - Chapel | | | A2 - Library | | | A3 - Hallway | ________| | A4 - Rec Room | | A3 | | / | Doors/Stairs | A4 \ | D1 - Street Area Part 2 | | | S - Stairs to Church B1 |___________|__/__|__ | | \ A1 | / | |______________/_____| | | | | | A2 | |_____________________| ___________ Church B1 / _________/ _ | | |S|_______________ Areas | A1 | A1 - Hallway |_______________/_| A2 - Basement Room | | | A2 | Doors/Stairs |_________________| S - Stairs to Church 1F ____________ Restaurant / __________/ ___________________/___ | | D1 | Areas | | A4 | A1 - Kitchen | | ____________| A2 - Wine Storage/Storeroom | | | | A3 - Freezer |_____|_____\________ _| A4 - Dining Area | \____ \ | | | | | Doors |A3 | A2 | A1 | D1 - Leads to Street Area Part 2 |____|______|_________/_| __________________ Movie Theater 1F / ________________/ ________________ | | Areas |S A1 D2/ A1 - Lobby |______/\____ | A2 - Theater | | | | | | Stairs/Doors | | | S - Stairs to Movie Theater 2F | | | D1 - Door to Street Area Part 1 | A2 | | D2 - Door to Street Area Part 2 | | | | | D1/ |__________|___| __________________ Movie Theater 2F / ________________/ ___________________ | A1 | Areas | S ___________ | A1 - Hallway |___| | | A2 - Projection Room | | | |- ---------| | Stairs | A2 | | S - Stairs to Movie Theater 1F | / | |____________|___| ____________________ Street Area Part 2 / __________________/ _/\_ __________| D5 |________________ _ _ | | /D6 A3 | \ D4 | |__________________/\_____ ____|_ _ _ | | | | _/_ | | | | |D7 |________| | | | |____________ A4 | |A2 | | | | | | | | | |_______|_________________| ___|__ _ _ | | / A1 | \D1 D2 D3 | |______________/\_ ___/_________|_ _ _ || || Areas | Doors A1 - Street | D1 - Movie Theater A2 - Waterside | D2 - Restaurant A3 - Street | D3 - Church A4 - Access to Sewers | D4 - Arcade | D5 - Hospital | D6 - Library | D7 - Library's Back Door ___________ Arcade 1F / _________/ ___________/\___________ | | | | | A2 | | A3 | |_/_____| A1 / | | \ S | |________________|_______| Areas | Stairs A1 - Arcade | S - Stairs to Arcade B1 A2 - Office | A3 - Bar | __________ Arcade B1 / _________/ ________ | | ______| A2 | Areas | /________| A1 - Casino | A1 | A2 - Storage | | |_______________| ____________ Library 1F / __________/ ________________________ | | | | Areas | A2 | / | A1 - Lobby | | | | | A2 - Downstairs Library | | | S \ A3 - Study Room |__/_|______| / | D1 | A1 | Stairs/Doors | A3 |_/_| | S - Stairs to Library 2F |_______| |____________| D1 - Library's Back Door ____________ Library 2F / __________/ ________________________ | | | | Areas | | | | A1 - Landing | | | | A2 - Upstairs Library | A2 / |||| | | \ ||||S | Stairs | | | | S - Stairs to Library 2F | | A1 | | |_________|____|_________| _____________ Hospital 1F / ___________/ ____________________ __| | / | Areas | | A4 | A5 | A1 - Waiting Room | | | | A2 - Medical Examination Room | A1 |____/_|____/____| A3 - Hallway | /__ ____||___ A3 | A4 - Medicine Room | __| \ |S | A5 - Doctors Office |D1 | | |___| |_/_| | A2 | Stairs |__|____________| S - Stairs to Hospital 2F _____________ Hospital 2F / ___________/ ____________________ _/| | | | | Areas | D1 | A4 | A3 | A2 | A1 - Hallway | | | | | A2 - Room 201 | |__/_|__/_|__/___| A3 - Room 202 | A1 | A4 - Room 203 |_/______________/____ | A5 - Nurse's Station | | | | S| A6 - Operating Room | A6 | A5 |__| |____|______|________| Stairs/Doors S - Stairs to Hospital 1F D1 - Door to lift to Hospital B1 _____________ Hospital B1 / ___________/ _/______________ |D1 | | | Areas | | | | A1 - Morgue | A1 / A2 | | A2 - Power Room | | | | |_______|____|___| Doors D1 - Door to lift to Hospital 2F ________ Sewers / ______/ __ |L4 | |__________________ |_A4____/ | | A3 | |____________/| Areas | | | A1 - Cockroach Room | | | A2 - Channel | |L3 A3 - Managers Station | | | A4 = Hallway to Prison | | | | | | Ladders | | | L1 - Ladder to Back of Library |A2| | L2 - Arcade | | | L3 - Hospital | | | L4 - Prison | | | | | | | |L2 ________________| | | | | | | |L1 A1 |__| | |________________/____| ___________ Prison 1F / _________/ ___________________ | A8 / | | _/___/__| | |S| | | | ___|_| | | |___ | | | | L | Areas |----- | A9 | A10 | | A1 - Entrance | | | | | A2 - Foyer |----- |_____| | | A3 - Office | | | | | A4 - Admin |----- \ A6 | | | A5 - Hallway | A7 | | | | A6 - Rec Room |________|__ _| | | A7 - Cells | A5 / | A8 - Hallway |/_____________|________|___| A9 - Showers | | | A10 - Courtyard | A2 / A1 | | \ | Stairs/Ladders |/_____________|____________| S - Stairs to Prison B1 | | | L - Ladder to Guard Tower | A3 | A4 | |________/_____| ___________ Prison B1 / _________/ | | _|S|_ ___| | Areas | | A1 - Cells |___| A1 | A2 - Moth Room | | ____|___|__/\_| Stairs | | S - Stairs to Prison 1F | A2 | | | |______________| _____________ Guard Tower / ___________/ ____ | R | Ladder/Rope | | L - Ladder to Prison 1F |__L_| R - Rope hook. Allows access to Street Area Part 3 ____________________ Street Area Part 3 / __________________/ | | _ _ __________________|S|___________________ _ _ _=\___D1__________ ___________________| \ |_| Stairs/Doors D1 - Door the Night Club 1F S - Stairs to Rooftop _______________ Night Club 1F / _____________/ __________________________________/_ | | | | D1| | A3 | | | | | | -------| | |_| A1 | |___________\_| A2 _/________| | | /D2 __________ | |___| |__________| Areas | Doors A1 - Storeroom | D1 - Leads to Street Area Part 2 A2 - Night Club | D2 - Leads to Street Area Part 3 A3 - VIP Booth | _________ Rooftop / _______/ ___________________ | S | Stairs/Ladder L |__| S - Leads to Street Area Part 3 | |__| L - Leads to Street Area Part 4 | |__| | |__| | |__| | |__| |________________|__| __________________________________ Street Area Part 4 and Warehouse / ________________________________/ ____________________ _ _ | | | | | L| Areas | | | A1 - Alleyway /D1 |A1| A2 - Warehouse | A2 | | | | | Doors/Ladder | / | D1 - Leads to Umbrella HQ |_______________|__|____ _ _ L - Leads to Rooftop _______________________ _ _ | ____________________ Street Area Part 5 / __________________/ ~~~~~~~~~ | | Doors _| | D1 - Night Club | D2\ D2 - Warehouse _| | D3 - Umbrella HQ | | \D3 ------ / ------ |_ | | | |_ | | | | D1\ |_______| ______________ North Sewers / ____________/ ___________ | | L4| | | | | | | |_______| | | | | |______________________________________ |A5 | | / | | L1 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | _|A4| | | | | |________________| | | | | |___/_____________________| | | | | | | | Areas | | | | A1 - Channel | | | A1 | A2 - Vent | | | | A3 - Walkway | | | | A4 - Pond | | | | A5 - Alligator Run ___| | | | | /____|______|_L2_| Ladders | | | | L1 - Ladder to Prison B1 | | | A2| L2 - Ladder to Vent | | | | L3 - Ladder to Vent | |____________|___| L4 - Ladder to Street Area | A3 L3| Part 5 |____________________| ________________ Umbrella HQ 1F / ______________/ ___________________________ | | /D1 A2 | |_ __________/\________| | | | __| | | Areas | | _| A1 - Lobby | | | A2 - Lift Hallway ___|______| \ A3 - Exit | | A1 / | S | |_ Stairs/Doors |___| | | S - Stairs to Umbrella HQ Parking |___| | | D1 - Door to lift leading to 13F |___| |_________________| D2 - Door to lift leading from 13F |___| | |___| A3 D2/ |___|________________________| _________________ Umbrella HQ 13F / _______________/ __________________________ | | | Areas /D1 A1 | | A1 - Entryway _|_________ | | A2 - Main Office | | / | A3 - Control Room | | \ A2 | A4 - Computer Room | | | | | A5 - Lift Lobby | | | | | | A3 | | |___________| Doors | | / | | D1 - Door to lift leading from 1F | | \ | | D2 - Door to lift leading to 1F | |_____|____|____ |__ | | | | | | / | ______/ A5 | |_____| | | | | | A4 | | D2/ |_______________|______|______| _____________________ Umbrella HQ Parking / ___________________/ ___________________ \D1 | Stairs/Doors |________ | S - Stairs to Umbrella HQ 1F | | D1 - Door to Waterway | | | | | | | | |S| | | | | | | | |____| | |_________________| __________ Waterway / ________/ ___________________________________________________ | | | | | | | | |_______________/__________________/_____________L__| Ladders L - Ladder to Lot's House _______________________________________ Lott's House (Marked as "Rott's House)/ _____________________________________/ ____________________ | | | | A3 | A4 | | _____|______/___| | \ | | Areas |____| | | | A1 - Yard | | | A2 | | | A2 - Living Room/Kitchen | | | | | | A3 - Bedroom | |__|____/____|--|-----| A4 - Kid's Bedroom | | | A5 - Pathway |L A1 | |____________________ | Steps | | S - Steps to Ropeway | |_____ | | | A5 ||S|| |-----------| | | ________________ Ropeway Part 1 / ______________/ ____ | | | B |||||S |____________ Areas |Stairs/Access | | A3 | A1 - Gateway |S - Steps to Lot's House | A1 |__________/_| A2 - Waiting Room |B - Board Car Here | / A2 | A3 - Engine Room | |__________|______| ________________ Ropeway Part 2 / ______________/ _/_ | D2| Areas _/_| |______________/_ A1 - Gateway |D3 A3 D1| A2 - Bridge |______________________/_| A3 - Yard | | | | Doors/Access |___ | D1 - Door to Cliff Side | | D2 - Door to Tunnels | | D3 - Door to Testing Grounds | | E - Exit Car Here ________| | _________________ | |___| | | A2 ___ A1 | |___________| |_____ ________| | | | E | | |_______| _________ Tunnels / _______/ _____ | S2|||| | | |____ | _________________________| | ______| | A5 | | / A4 /_____| | A3 |_________________________| |__/___| | | | |___________ |___________ | |A2 | | | _|_/_|_ | | Areas | | A1 - Cavern | | A2 - Wooden Walkway | | A3 - Power Room | | A3 - Skyway | | A5 - Storage Rooms | | | | Stairs | | S1 - Stairs to Ropeway Part 2 | | S2 - Stairs to Mansion | A1 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | S1 | |_______| _________ Mansion / _______/ ________________________ | | Areas | | A1 - Yard | | A2 - Garden |__ __| A3 - Courtyard | | | | A4 - Mansion |__| |__| | | S A4 | | Stairs/Doors | | ________ /D4| S - Stairs to Plant B1 | |____| |____| | D1 - Door to Cliff Side | A3 | D2 - Door to Tunnels |___________/ \__________| D3 - Door to Testing Ground | | D4 - Door into the Mansion | | | A2 | | | |_/______________________| | | | | _| |____ | | /D3 | | | \ | \ | / A1 | / | | | /D2 | | | \___ D1 | \__/_| __________ Plant B1 / ________/ ____ ________| _ | Areas |_________|L| | A1 - Walkway | _______ | | A2 - Power Room _____| | | | | | || | |A1 | Stairs/Lift | || | | | | S - Stairs to Mansion | A2 || | | | | L - Lift to Plant B2 |_____ _| | | | |_________| |_| |S| __________ __ Plant B2 / _________|L | ________/ | | | |--------| | | ____ | _________ |A1 | | | | |___________| | | | |A3 _/_______________/___|____|_/_| | | | | | | | A4 |___ | | | | |_ | | A2| |D1 |_______________/_| | | | | |_/_| | | | |____| | | | |_|________ | | A5 | | | | | __| |_____| |______________| Areas A1 - Generator Room A2 - Power Control Room A3 - Hallway A4 - Testing Room A5 - Lab Doors/Lift D1 - Door to lift to Plant B3 L - Lift to Plant B1 __________ Plant B3 / ________/ ___ |D2 | | | | | |A7 | | | ______|_/_|______ | | | A5 | |________/________| __________ | | | |__________| | | A6 /__________ A4 | |__________| | | ____|_/_|_ | ____|A3| | ___________||__/____|_|___________ | | | | | | | | | |A2 | | | | | | |____________|/ \|_________________| | A1 | |_ _| | | | | |D1| |/\| Areas | Doors A1 - Entryway | D1 - Door to lift to Plant B2 A2 - Mr. X Lab | D2 - Door to lift to Subway Part 1 A3 - Hunter Room | A4 - E Area Hall | A5 - Control Area | A6 - Tyrant's Domain | A7 - Escape Area | __________________________ Subway Part 1 (Plant B4) / ________________________/ _/\_ | D1 | | | _____________| |______ _ _ _ ___|_________________________|____ _ _ _ _ _ _ __________________________________ _ _ _ Doors D1 - Door to lift to Plant B3 __________________________ Subway Part 2 (Plant B4) / ________________________/ _/_ | D1| | |__________________ | __________________|__________ _ _ _ | | | |_____________________________ _ _ _ |___| Doors D1 - Door to lift to Heliport __________ Heliport / ________/ _____________________/_ | D1 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |___ ___| |---------------| Doors D1 - Door to lift to Subway Part 2 ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 5.0 - R A N K I N G / |________________________________________________________________/ Ranking is a standard of the games, and this is just the same. But, unlike the other games, the ranking system is a lot harder to work out. When you finish the game you are ranked on a few things. So it is from these that most of the decisions on ranking will take place. I have removed the ranking system as I can say what is needed now. I can also now tell you what requirements are needed for both Biohazard Gun Survivor and Resident Evil Survivor. The answer came to me as a bit of a shock. Resident Evil Survivor does have a S rank. This makes it the first Resident Evil game ever that has retained a S rank from the Biohazard games. I also amazingly got an S rank on my 2nd playthrough Resident Evil Survivor, so I can figure out from that what doesn't matter. I have reconfigured the system. Requirments - - Play Normal Difficulty Basically all you need to know is that you should play on Normal Difficulty, I haven't played Easy right through but from talking to people I can assume the Rocket Launcher can only be gained in the Normal mode. - Be quick Beating the game in under 1:30:00 seems to help. You may need to play through the game a couple of times to know the paths. - Don't use any First Aid Sprays This may sound hard, but if you get good enough you should only ever need to use herbs. - Shoot well I kept my hit accurasy % above 85%. I believe anything above 75-80% along with the rest of the requirments should give you a S rank. - Be smart Pick paths that your good at/quick to finish. If your going for the quick time this is important. - Use Common Sense If you look like your doing well in the game then you'll probably get the S rank. I didn't realise how well I was doing in Survivor and I got the S rank. Afterwards I could see what I did to get it, I had just played the game quickly and quite well. - Continues For some odd reason I have a feeling that continues don't matter. For a test during the first game I played of RES, I decided to use 2 continues. When I finished the game I still got a A rank. I didn't use any continues in the S rank game, but I believe that using at least 1 continue won't drop your rank. It is best to play safe though and hope not to have to use it. These things DON'T matter: - You don't need all the files - You don't need all of the paths done/3 deaths seen - You don't need all of the guns - You don't need a certain number of kills like 999 or need to kill everything in your path. - You don't need to get certain requirments on top of the S ones to recieve the Rocket Launcher. A S rank will give you the Rocket Launcher. Should I find more I'll add more to this next update of this guide. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 6.0 - M I S C / |________________________________________________________________/ I decided apon making a group of notes on various bits and pieces you may want to know about Survivor. Location In The Game -------------------- Although people who have played the game can tell you that it's on an island called "Sheena Island." The fact that there are both mistakes made by people and desriptions. The first reports made after the TGS at the end of '99 put it in Raccoon. There are also mistakes made in the RE Survivor instruction book where it says "Against the backdrop of a deadly T-Virus engulfing a town in the mid-west of the U.S.A., a helicopter...." Within the game there are the herbs, which the Botany Book in RE makes it sound like the herbs are to be found in Raccoon only (if that was true this mistake is made in Code Veronica also). The zombies also are from Raccoon Streets in RE2. The one with the black top is supposed to say R.P.D. on the back. :-) I can see why people were saying Raccoon, but honestly when you play the game you will see that it's not Raccoon City. Capcom Poking Fun At HOTD2 -------------------------- Comparing Survivor to House Of The Dead is quite common. It also seems Capcom decided to provide a little link to the game seeing as the HOTD games have always brought comparisons to RE1 and 2 :-) In HOTD2 one the main bad guy is named Goldman. Vincent in Survivor is the part of this idea, being the main bad guy of Survivor, they adorned him with the last name Goldman. Name Game --------- When I first wrote the guide I had no idea on names of places, after playing Survivor I could read the info or didn't take notice. Here are the names of the places in the games and any notes that go with them. Church - New Miel Church Restaurant - Merli Theater - Southend Theater Cinema Arcade - Entrepot Bar - The Wooden Box Hospital - Center Hospital. Oddly The name above the hospital reads "Center Hospital" but the sign on the concreate wall above the door says "Central Hospital" Club - Heaven's Night Grounds - El Mona. I have the name listed in theis guide as Ellemona as the sign clearly reads ELLEMONA, but apon reading the info it's put as EL MONA mountain road. Capcom Game Tie In's -------------------- I've only noticed 2, but perhaps there are more. The most obvious one is the Dino Crisis posters in the Arcade. They stand out quite a bit. The other is a poster for Street Fighter in the childrens bedroom. It's on the wall by the bunks. The logo and Cammy's face standout, but the poster blends in with the wall if your not taking much notice. If you find any others, e-mail me their location. Weird Glitches/Misc Funny Things -------------------------------- When you get into Lott's house and head into the bedroom, if you very slowly move around the corner of the room and look at the zombie in the middle of the two beds. If he doesn't get up, sit there and watch him. I'll leave it to your imagination to think about what he's doing. :-P When I was playing RE Survivor and heading down the "El Mona" mountain road, I happened to stop in the large gully where the Cleaners lazer sights could be seen. When I pressed L1 (to target the enemy) I would lock on to them. Shooting them would cause a glitch where you would kill them, but they would pop up on the screen 2 or 3 time larger than normal size. In the same loaction, on the last bend before the exit gate I became stuck on some invisible object on the left side (heading towards the exit gate). To get around it I headed to the right side and I was then able to continue on. Additions --------- If there is any other glitches/odd things/misc info you want to add e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll add it with credit. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 7.0 - F I L E S / |________________________________________________________________/ During the game there are 13 files to pick up. One stays in its location every time you play (as a way to make you go to the point where it is) but is still put into your files folder after you pick it up the first time. The 13 files are located at: 1 - Table in Church Rec. Room, Church 1F 2 - Kitchen Bench, Restaurant 3 - On a box in the Projection Room, Movie Theater 2F 4 - Desk in the downstairs library, Library 1F 5 - Desk in Doctors Office, Hospital 1F 6 - Desk in Supervisors Room, Sewers 7 - Desk in Admin Office, Prison 1F 8 - Cell in prison block, Prison 1F 9 - Desk of the Main Office, Umbrella HQ 13F 10 - Computer Room, Umbrella HQ 13F 11 - On the Desk of the Kid's Bedroom, Lott's House 12 - On the desk of the Lab where they System Disk, Plant B2 13 - In the room with the Tyrant, Plant B3 ---- All (Gun) Survivor Files Listed These files come Courtesy of VBG The files come from the European Version of Resident Evil Survivor. They are not translations of the Japanese Version. --- File #1 Church Managers Diary October 7, 1998 Today, the leaders of the each section of the city, including myself, attended a meeting with the commander. The briefing was on the destruction of Raccoon City. During the conference, everyone placed blame on William Birkin. He betrayed the company and wanted to keep the G-virus for himself. The commander told us that if there is a traitor like Birkin in this city, we should execute him immediately and without question. I wholeheartedly agree with the commander's orders. This city is as vital to Umbrella as that laboratory in Raccoon City was. No... It is actually much more important. We must not allow a biohazard to happen in this city. We cannot let Umbrella's efforts to buy the city and establish these billion-dollar facilities go to waste. We should keep a closer eye on the behaviour of personnel in the future. --- File #2 Restaurant Owner's Diary October 4, 1998 I heard an unbelievable story. A small town in America, Raccoon City, was destroyed last week. They said that all the residents turned into zombies, and the city is now completely deserted. Umbrella Inc. is rumored to be behind the incident, but I don't know the details. Although the incident occurred far from here, across the sea, I can't help but feel anxiety if Umbrella is truly behind it. I hope that this city will be okay... October 6, 1998 I heard another interesting story. This one is about William Birkin, who supposedly destroyed Raccoon City. He was the creator of the virus called T, or G, or whatever. He tried to use the virus for his own purposes. Unbelievable as it may seem, he injected the virus into his own body and turned into a monster. Also, the virus leaked into the sewer and it is rumoured that rats spread the virus around the entire city. October 8, 1998 What should I do? One of the workers who came here for lunch mentioned that the T-virus IS on the island. He said that there's no possibility that an accident could occur here in this city, but... I'm not so sure. I decided to work for Umbrella because of the money. But now I've grown tired of opening my restaurant for only Umbrella workers. There is nothing new or interesting left for me in this town. I guess it's time to get out of here before it's too late... --- File #3 Slide: Raccoon City "After the Destruction" Report Date: August 5, 1998 Report from the U.B.C.S. member. Part 1 The biohazard that occurred on May 11th at Lord Spencer's mansion and bio-chemical laboratory ended on July 25th when members of the S.T.A.R.S. teams destroyed the entire facility. As of 8/5/98, there are no signs of viral leakage in the surrounding area. However; we must continue to monitor the area with extreme caution. Our secret operative Albert Wesker, is M.I.A. and is presumed dead. However, we have just received infomation that Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield are preparing to report the incident to the press and their police chief. I request that this matter be addressed with the utmost urgency. U.B.C.S. Commander Nicholai Ginovaef -_=-=_- Date: September 30, 1998 Report from the U.B.C.S. member. Part 2 At this moment, I am in the clock tower situated above Raccoon City. The city is overrun with zombies. It is safe to say that Raccoon City has been completely destroyed due to the biohazard. This situation is different from the accidental biohazard in the mansion. We suspect that it was intentionally caused by one of our company's researchers, Dr. William Birkin, the creator of both the T-virus and G-virus. I have researched both biohazard incidents, and noticed that two issues need to be addressed immediately. The security of the virus stored in our worldwide facilities must be improved. Also, we need to re-educate our workers. Biological weapon viruses will surely become our primary product, so they should be handled as such. All personnel should take extreme care not to allow any more biohazards to happen. U.B.C.S. Commander Nicholai Ginovaef -_=-=_- Date: October 6, 1998 We've had extreme difficulties collecting the sample data for T-virus contamination and tactical data regarding the B.O.W. The new B.O.W. we call "Nemesis" was more ferocious and intelligent than we had expected. As a result, many U.B.C.S. members sent to the area have been sacrificed in the process of collecting combat data. I expect the researchers to analyze the combat data and use it to develop an even more evolved, ultimate B.O.W. U.B.C.S. Commander Nicholai Ginovaef --- File #4 Umbrella Top Secret File Umbrella Confidential Document FOR YOUR EYES ONLY This file contains the data for the B.O.W.s created by the virus contamination that occurred during the biohazards. The first biohazard was caused by the T-virus leak at Arklay Laboratory on May 11, 1998. The second was the large-scale biohazard at Raccoon City which happened 4 months later. Although they have not been confirmed yet, note that there may be B.O.W.s other then the ones listed below. The data for those will be filed when it is ready. - B.O.W. FILE #1: Zombie Humans who are contaminated by the T-virus. They have lost their consciousness, and wander around on their instinct and appetite to satisfy their hunger for human flesh. Tactical procedure: As their movements are slow, they can be easily eliminated if you keep enough distance to snipe. - B.O.W. FILE #2: Cerberus Dogs which are contaminated by the T-virus. Their bodies have not rotted as much as that of the zombies, so they can move much faster. They are very sensitive to noise. If they hear you run, they will pursue and attack you. Tactical procedure: You can eliminate them with a hand gun, but since they are fast, it may be difficult to aim. - B.O.W. FILE #3: Licker They are created by a mutation that occurs when a zombie is contaminated by the T-virus. As a result of the transformation process, they have conspicuous features like exposed brain tissue, and they move around on all four legs. Compared to the zombies, they possess incredible agility. They have no eyes, and are unable to see. Instead, they have an abnormally evolved sense of hearing. Tactical procedure: As they attack in response to sound, you should be careful when firing at them. Since they are very keen to hearing footsteps, you should avoid running when they are around. - B.O.W. FILE #4: Ivy B.O.W.s which are created from plants. They can move on their own will by using the vapors inhaled through their skin. Watch out for their tentacles which are used like whips. Tactical procedure: As fire is lethal to them, a grenade launcher is a very effective weapon. - B.O.W. FILE #5: Hunter B.O.W. that is created when the T-virus contaminates the human DNA. Since their lower body muscles have been enhanced, they can jump incredibly high and attack enemies with razor-sharp claws. Tactical procedure: Just before they jump at an enemy, they stop their movement momentarily. You should attack them during this time. - B.O.W. FILE #6: Tyrant The ultimate result of our B.O.W. project with the T-virus. Based on the regular Tyrant, the more ferocious "Enhanced Tyrant" and "Nemesis" which is even more aggressive and intelligent, were created at our European branch. Tactical procedure: There are virtually no countermeasures against Tyrants' incredible power. - B.O.W. FILE #7: Prototype They are not yet complete, but logically speaking, we can create and mass-produce more ferocious B.O.W.s by adding certain materials during the process of cultivating Tyrant's genes. However; there is one problem... --- File #5 Medical charts of the patients Name: William J Smith Sex: Male Age: 17 Height: 181cm Weight: 72 kg Physical condition: Good Mental condition: Languid Medicine: Tranquilizer 10mg in soup for every breakfast. Hallucion 5mg in bread for every dinner. - Name: Jennifer Campbell Sex: Female Age: 18 Height: 165cm Weight: 47 kg Physical condition: Good Mental condition: Unstable Medicine: Since she has been confined for a long time, she has become very suspicious. Putting drugs in her meals is ineffective, as she rarely eats. It would be best to put the tranquilizer in her drinking water. - Name: Ryoji Yokota Sex: Male Age: 18 Height: 177cm Weight: 50 kg Physical condition: According to the results of an MRI, a vein tumor was found at his cerebellum. Worthless as a product. - Name: Karelina Albachakov Sex: Female Age: 17 Height: 155cm Weight: 43 kg Physical condition: Good Mental condition: Good Medicine: Tranquilizer 10mg in soup for every breakfast. --- File #6 Sewer Caretaker, Andy's Diary September 6th I've never seen him, but I heard that one called Vincent has become this city's supreme commander. Officially, he is an elite sent by Umbrella headquarters. In truth, he is such a fiend that he would not hesitate to kill his friend if it would promote him. Well, since I live here in this dark sewer, it doesn't mean anything to me... September 20th I heard a disgusting rumor... The new commander Vincent, orders the facility personnel to do savage experiments every day on kids brought in from all over the world. I don't know why those kids were brought to this city, but it sure is disturbing. Well, I don't want to get involved, so long as it doesn't affect me... October 10th It seems some terrible accident happened above ground last night. I don't know any more details, but I heard that Commander Vincent has done something cruel. November 9th Today at last, Commander Vincent came down here for an inspection. We made small talk, but I could see nothing but cruelty in him. When I took a picture of him as a souvenir, he became very angry... He is such a jerk! ---- File #7 Prison Chief's Diary October 20th Today, we received a reply to our report about the incident where 20 guinea pigs committed suicide the other day. The headquarters does not seem to have any suspicions and says that they plan to gather replacement guinea pigs soon. It's too late, but now I'm starting to regret that I sent a fake report of a mass suicide incident, when it was actually a mass escape. However, as long as I stay in this city, it means death to me if I dare to oppose to Commander Vincent. I'll never forget the cruel smile of Vincent when he was shooting at the boys who tried to escape from the prison on that night. It looked as if he were killing a bunch of insects. Commander Vincent is indeed a very cold-blooded person, just as he is rumoured to be. He is a true murderer. I am in a position where I am supposed to report the truth to headquarters, but I'm so afraid of Commander Vincent... I don't know what to do... --- File #8 An Imprisoned Boy's Diary September 5th 16 days have passed since I was abducted on a street in Congo by the men in black, and was brought here. I didn't understand what was happening at first, but I gradually became aware of the truth of this city. We seem to be confined here to serve as guinea pigs for a medical company called Umbrella Inc.. All the residents of this city work for Umbrella, even the women and children are family members of employees. The guinea pigs seem to be gathered from all over the world. The guy in the next room is from China, the one in the front of my cell is from Brazil. The rest are Russian, Japanese... It's like a world trade show. Its strange that they are all around my age. The youngest is 16, and the oldest is 19 or 20. Those guys from Umbrella sometimes take us to an arcade or to a nightclub so we can enjoy ourselves and relieve our stress, but I won't let them deceive me. I will escape from this place, no matter what it takes! I must... Anyway, the most important thing to do now is to organize and gather our comrades for what lies ahead. September 10th Recently, the others have been behaving strangely. It seems that they have put some kind of weird drug into our meals. I sometimes lose consciousness, too. I have to be careful. September 21st I can't believe it! Another friend of mine, Chin, from the next room, was taken to the factory on the mountain. I don't think Chin's coming back. He will meet the same fate as Anna or Jacob who disappeared last week. I know... I know what happens to those who are taken to the factory on the mountain... When they took me to a nightclub yesterday, I overheard a conversation that some factory workers were having... Under orders from Vincent, the commander of the city, they cut open our brains and extract some kind of material, whatever they call it. All I can say is that Vincent is a devil. No... Not just Vincent. Even the women and children in this city don't treat us as human beings, but as guinea pigs. All the people in the city are evil. I will surely be killed if I stay here any longer. We have to hurry and execute our escape plan! October 9th The time has come. I have noticed the Umbrella people have been visibly disturbed for about a week or so. Rumor has it that there was a terrible accident at the Umbrella laboratory somewhere in America. All the prison guards seem to be very busy gathering information on the accident, so security isn't as tight. We've organized our comrades already. Stojkovic and Enriquez are supposed to steal the keys from the guards, Sankhon and I will act as decoys, and Yoshikawa and Fellipe are in charge of gathering weapons. October 10th We have decided on our escape route. The plan will be carried out at 11pm tonight. We have twenty members seperated into two units: Unit A and Unit B. Unit A will go into the sewer through the ventilation slot of the confinement room, while Unit B will use a rope to climb down from the surveillance tower. We'll use the rope they used to tie us. If we fail, Vincent will surely kill us. But if we stay here, Vincent will order them to cut our brains eventually. We're dead either way, but I'd rather die trying to escape... --- File #9 Commander Vincent's Diary October 10th Last night, a group of guinea pigs confined in the prison escaped, took weapons and caused a riot. The guinea pigs who were responsible for the incident were all shot to death by myself, but it will cause a lot of trouble if Umbrella headquarters becomes aware of this. This could spoil my plan of returning to headquarters and collecting my reward for my great achievements here in this city. I ordered the prison chief to report the incident as a mass suicide, but I will also have to order the others who are involved not to talk about it... November 8th The people of the city who have been opposing me are now trying to gather information, intending to report to headquarters what I did. Yesterday, that little boy, Lott, told me that a spy sneaked into the city. I guess that spy may have something to do with the rebellion happening here. I'll let him for now, and see who he works for and why he is here. Then I'll kill him. It's a sad story that the only person that I can trust in this whole city is that little kid, Lott. November 19th The people of the city seem to be preparing to hand the prosecution report to the headquarters people who are delivering the new guinea pigs next week. They say that they have evidence of my doings. I can never allow them to reveal that. Those civilians will regret what they are doing. I'll teach them what happens to those who oppose me!! November 22nd Now they know who holds the power! I've spread the T-virus all over the city. Of course, it was done so that it looked like an accident. The city should be completely contaminated. Now I can go back to Umbrella headquarters and get promoted for my great achievements at the factory. No one can oppose me now...! Wait... There is one person that I have to take care of. It's that spy. I have to eliminate that rat who sneaked into the city! --- File # 10 Wiretapping Record of Vincent We can no longer tolerate what Commander Vincent has been doing, To deprive him of his position, we must obtain conclusive evidence of his evil doings, and report it to headquarters. We realized that he is very intelligent and cautious. As a last resort, though it was very dangerous for us, was to wiretap his phone conversations. Finally we obtained evidence that was potent enough to deprive him of his position. This tape contains his conversations on the prison breaking incident last month. It proves that he shot those young people all by himself, and that he tried to hide the truth. Furthermore, this tape reveals that before coming to this city, Vincent had killed his colleague only for the purpose of his own promotion. If we could hand this tape to the corporate people coming to the city next week, he will surely lose his position for sure. Then the city will be peaceful once again. --- File # 11 Lott's Diary September 10th I saw some prisoners at the arcade today. They all had sleepy eyes. One of the girls even slavered. Some of the boys were glaring at me. They wore rugs and smelled rotten. Like dad and Commander Vincent told me, they are very different people from our Umbrella families. Dad told me that they bring them to this island so they can operate on them and make them into decent people. I think they are doing the right thing. I hope they will become decent people sometime soon. October 15th I heard Commander Vincent killed those people who tried to escape from the prison. I wonder why such a thing happened? I know they are inferior to us, but did he have to kill them? Is this what I believed in? Umbrella and my dad were supposed to help the inferiors by operating on them... Why did he kill them? November 23rd The city is in total panic! Monsters are everywhere and they are attacking people! Those Umbrella people who were very nice to me suddenly started attacking me. I need help! Please someone rescue me! November 24th My dad and my mom turned into monsters. One of the survivors told me that Commander Vincent turned the people in the city into monsters. I can't trust anyone now. I have to survive and protect my sister Lily, no matter what! We have to escape from the city together!! --- File #12 Factory Worker's Diary August 5, 1998 I can't stand it anymore! I have to take the subjects to the operating table and sever their skulls to extract a part of their brain. I do this over and over, day after day... It is awful. Guilt stays with me all the time, even after I go to bed. Commander Vincent instructs us... "Do not see them as humans. They are just raw material we use to create Tyrants with." But it is we who cut their skulls. I can never consider them as just raw materials. They are humans just like we are. I asked Commander Vincent about ways to reduce their suffering, but he ignored my request, saying that by using anesthetics, pure Beta Hetero NonSerotonin cannot be extracted. Even if it is the company's orders, I don't believe what we are doing is ethical... I'm sure that I'll be sent to the worst possible place, when I die. Or perhaps I should say, I'm already there... --- File # 13 How to extract Beta Hetero Nonserotonin To establish a system of mass-producing Tyrants, it is absolutely necessary that during the process of gene cultivation, a large amount of pure Beta Hetero Nonserotonin must be injected. This material is one of the human brain's elements. It has been revealed that the material is mainly produced by the pituitary of people at the latter period of developing secondary sex characteristics. Also, medical data shows that this cerebral material is produced in response to the excessive secretion of noradrenalin that is produced from the locus ceruleus in the brain stem. Noradrenalin is the cerebral material secreted when people are in a state of extreme tension or fear. As the Beta Hetero Nonserotonin only exists in active cells, you can't extract it from a dead brain. Thus, the best way to extract the material is to cut open the subject's skull without anesthesia. This will cause the excessive secretion of noradrenalin. The pituitary is then ripe for immediate extraction. Vincent Goldman, Commander Tyrant Plant on Sheena Island. --- ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 8.0 - S E C R E T S, C H E A T S, A N D C O D E S / |________________________________________________________________/ - S Rank Secrets If you patient and skilled enough to get a S Rank in Gun Survivor, then you will be able to earn an M20-A1 Rocket Launcher. It's destructive, but it won't blow things to bits. It will take out most things in one shot. Mr. X can block the rockets at a distance. Hunters' backs will take 2 or 3 shots. Dogs can dodge them sometimes, and for some odd reason occasional zombies will take two. All boss forms will take 1 shot only though, as will both of the two Alligators. - Randomness If I've said it once, I'll say it again, my guide is at best about the items. Gun Survivor has a fair bit of randomness to it. I would go through some areas, and get zombies, then next time get Mr. X. As for items, there is no randomness in the items except for what Mr. X drops. Overall, you shouldn't have too much problems with it and will be able to take the necessary actions needed. - Decisions If you've played the game, or read my walkthrough, you will know there is some points in which you have to make a decision. These decisions will decide which person is killed by the Tyrant. Arcade - Leader of the Cleaners Library - Andy Hospital - The Real Vincent - Alligators The two alligators you will come across in the sewers can be the biggest pain due to the fact they are the hardest enemies in the game. The best idea is to lay into the first one until the second breaks through. Go back to the first as it will probably be the closest, and kill it a quick as you can. Run up to the end where the ladder is and turn around and shoot the crap out of the second one. I've accomplished it with the CZ-75, and a crap load of herbs, but it was easier using the other stronger weapons. - Gameshark/Action Replay Codes For those Gameshark savvy people (like I can be sometimes) I'm nice enough to include these Gameshark codes for you from the Asian Gameshark Code Center. If you have any problems with them don't contact me about them, contact them by going over to their message board at http://www.agscc.com/cgi-bin/Ultimate.cgi _______________________________________ | \ | BIOHAZARD GUN SURVIVOR GAMESHARK CODES \ | \ | All by: Ar.Zone and Boycode \ |___________________________________________\ | | | | |#|Unlock Protect | D0017962 1040 | | | | 80017962 1000 | |_|_________________|_______________________| | | | | |1|Infinite HP. | 800A8974 00C8 | |_|_________________|_______________________| | | | | |2|Bullet All Weapon| D00704A6 2462 | | |Doesn't Decrease | 800704A4 0000 | |_|_________________|_______________________| | | | | |3|Max Slot For Use | 800A8BD0 0032 | | |Items | | |_|_________________|_______________________| | | | | |4|All Weapons | B0080008 00000001 | | | | 800AFB20 0001 | | | | B0060008 00000001 | | | | 800AFB60 000A | |_|_________________|_______________________| | | | | |5|Infinite Ammo | B0070008 00000000 | | | | 800AFB22 0009 | | | | D00AFB5C 000F | | | | 800AFB5E 0062 | | | | B0060008 00000000 | | | | 800AFB62 FFFF | |_|_________________|_______________________| | | | | |6|All Items | B0060008 00000001 | | | | 800AFB90 0014 | | | | B0060008 00000000 | | | | 800AFB92 0001 | |_|_________________|_______________________| | | | | |7|All Weapons & | 80063D78 0A00 | | |Ammo (together) | 80063D7A 0011 | | | | 80063D7E 0A01 | | | | 80063D80 000F | | | | 80063D84 0A02 | | | | 80063D86 000F | | | | 80063D8A 0A03 | | | | 80063D8C 0008 | | | | 80063D90 0B04 | | | | 80063D92 0008 | | | | 80063D96 0C05 | | | | 80063D98 0006 | | | | 80063D9C 1007 | | | | 80063D9E 0001 | | | | 80063DA2 0F08 | | | | 80063DA4 0001 | | | | B0070006 00000001 | | | | 80063DA8 000A | | | | B0070006 00000000 | | | | 80063DAA FFFF | | | | B00F0006 00000000 | | | | 80063D7C 0000 | |_|_________________|_______________________| - European Action Replay Codes ___________________________________________ | \ | RESIDENT EVIL SURVIVOR ACTION REPLAY CODES \ | \ | Codes 1-3 by DiamondCutter(email@example.com) \ | Codes 4-9 by UL1@blaze.de \ | Code 10 by Slab (firstname.lastname@example.org) \ |________________________________________________| | | | | |1 | PAL2NTSC | 8002 6292 3C00 | |__|__________________|__________________________| | | | | |2 | Infinite Health | 800A 8734 00C8 | |__|__________________|__________________________| | | | | |3 | Ammo Won`t | D006 FD9C 0002 | | | Decrease | 8006 FD98 0000 | |__|__________________|__________________________| | | | | |4 | Y-Fix | 8003 5E0C FFFF | |__|__________________|__________________________| | | | | |5 | Infinite | D00B 623C 0003 | | | Continues | 300B 623C 0009 | |__|__________________|__________________________| | | | | |6 | No continues | D006 2DAE 0001 | | | Used | 3006 2DAE 0000 | |__|__________________|__________________________| | | | | |7 | Time stays 00:00 | D00A F9B8 000A | | | | 0006 CFF8 0000 | |__|__________________|__________________________| | | | | |8 | 50 inventory | D00A 8A70 0002 | | | slots | 300A 8A70 0032 | |__|__________________|__________________________| | | | | |9 | All weapons and | 5000 0908 0001 | | | Infinite Ammo | 800A F9B8 0001 | | | (Note). ROM | 5000 0A08 0000 | | | Version 2.2 or | 800A F9B2 000A | | | higher required | | |__|__________________|__________________________| | | | | |10| All items (Note) | 5000 0608 0001 | | | ROM-Version 2.2 | 800A FA30 0014 | | | or higher | 5000 0608 0001 | | | required | 800A FA32 0001 | |__|__________________|__________________________| | | | | N| | | 0| Note - Use together with 50 inventory | | T| slots code so that all items and weapons | | E| can be shown. | | S| | |__|_____________________________________________| ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 9.0 - A D D I T I O N S T O B E M A D E / |________________________________________________________________/ It's getting smaller and smaller :-D 1. Add corrections to info/correct any spelling mistakes missed. 2. Update for NA release. 3. Add more FAQ's if needed - More email(!) = More FAQ's. 4. Add extra Gameshark/Action Replay codes, as released. 5. Add section on American GunCon'less Changes. 6. Keep guide user list up to date. Is there anything else??? ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 10.0 - F A Q / |________________________________________________________________/ Here are a bunch of FAQ's I've received at my website on Gun Survivor. If you have a question for me, feel free to mail me at email@example.com with it. Q - Is the game set in Raccoon City? A - No. The game is set in a new location. Some island named Sheena Island where Umbrella is creating new monsters. I have no more details on it's location in the world, nor any town names or anything more than that. Capcom felt like restricting the amount of info they released on the island in their files. Q - How do I save? A - You can't save your location in Gun Survivor. If you die and don't continue/run out of continues then you will be given the option to save. This save will start you back at the start of the game with the guns and ammo you earned, along with the stats you have gotten. Also, when you finish the game you will get the same option to save. Q - What is this about no gun support in America? A - Capcom USA are removing the GunCon support supposedly due to the increasing violence with guns within schools during the last year. If it's masked, Gameshark codes may come, if it's cut completely you will only ever be able to use a controller with it. Q - I was playing Easy, and the 3 other handgun's had unlimited ammo, do they have unlimited ammo in Normal mode also? A - Yes, all the handgun's have unlimited ammo in Normal. Q - Can you play Gun Survivor with a control pad? A - Yes, it is playable with a normal controller. For a better experience, I advise the use of a a Dual Shock Controller. Q - I heard about a special Beretta M92F G-Con made especially for use with Gun Survivor, do you know where I can get it from? A - Supposedly ASCII Japan made a Beretta GunCon for the game, only problem is the fact that I haven't seen it on sale anywhere on the net. Q - Will a G-Con work with a 100hz Projection Screen? A - Unless you want to go against what the G-Con's instructions say, and burn holes through the TV display while playing, No. Q - Could the idea of the Cleaners in Gun Survivor come from the Resident Evil Caliban Cove's "Tri-Squad"? A - Could have, I wouldn't really know though. Q - Will an Assassin Light Gun, or Konami's Justifier Light Gun work with Gun Survivor? A - Assassin... I'd say if it supports G-Con Games then it would. As for Konami's Justifier, it doesn't work from what I have been told, sorry. Q - What about the Scorpion Light Gun? A - Well from what I can tell yes, it has a G-Con switch, so if you have that on then it will work with it. Q - Can you give me a list of Light Guns that work with the game? A - No. Q - When can you get Survivor in Europe? A - It's out now. Certain areas may have more trouble than others on having copies for sale. Q - When is Survivor out in the United States? A - Unknown. Capcom USA haven't set a date. Probably because of release of Code Veronica would have overshaddowed it had they announced it. Expect a date soon. Q - I have Biohazard: Gun Survivor and it will not run on my machine. What are the Gameshark Unlock codes for it? A - The code is: D0017962 1040 80017962 1000 If you have a Gameshark Pro add C1000000 0000 to the code. Q - Where can I find the translated files from Gun Survivor? A - Here in this guide. Check the files section. Q - I have the Japanese version of Gun Survivor, and I'm trying to play it with a American Playstation, model #SCPH-7001. I used a mod chip in it and I have the 3 in 1 converter. I first tried to load the game with the mod chip (4 wire version) and got the anti mod protection. I then took out the mod chip and loaded it with the 3 in 1 converter and still got the anti-mod protection. What can I do to play this game? A - Ugh.............. bye! No, honestly I don't know much about mod chips in games. I know that the older the system, the less chances there are that games will work, even with mod chips. 7000 series shouldn't have too much problem (I have a 7500). But I also know that people usually use Game Sharks to get past anti-mod protection, and so the best idea would be to get a Game Shark and use the code in the question above. Q - (Question in General Coversation) This game called Resident Evil Survivor. What console is it for and why have I never heard of it? When the hell did it come out? A - A question I get all too often from the US RE Gaming Public. Resident Evil Survivor is a First Person Shooter/Puzzler in line with the Resident Evil Series, and marked as the last Resident Evil game to be made for the PlayStation (until PS2 comes). Although it gains poor critisium, the average review pulls in 7/10 :-) It was released in Japan in late Janurary (just before Code Veronica) and was released in Europe in the beginning of April. The US release date is set at an unknown date sometime in the Fall. Q - DAMMIT I SAID HOW DO I SAVE THE F**KING GAME????!!!! A - The question I get the most. And although I have a section on saving, and the first "How do I save?" FAQ most seem to miss it. I case you did miss the whole save section here it is again! Okay, so everyone is complaining about how there is no typewriters in Gun Survivor to save. So everyone is asking how do I save. To tell you the truth, you can't. Well that's not fully true either, you can, but it won't save your position, only your guns, ammo, hit percentage, enemies killed etc. If you load that save you'll be back at the start with those stats. When you finish the game then you will also be allowed to save for the same reason (gaining weapons, status etc.) to continue on with. Survivor could take you anywhere between 3/4 hour to a few hours to complete. It just depends on how you do it, so be warned, you could have to spend up to that much time playing it. Honetly I don't see why people complain there is no save spots in the game. It's a shooter people! House of the Dead doesn't have save spots, it has continues, and so does Survivor. Come on, I mean I read reviews where people took marks off because you can't save in the game. Absolutly idiotic! Q - Okay, so it's not out in the US.... where can I import the game online? A - I don't support any importing sites mainly because I don't often import, but if you look around the net you can find the game for sale. The best idea is to look for a copy of Resident Evil Survivor, as it will be in English. Q - Is Ark Thompson really the writer of D.I.J.'s Diary in Code Veronica? A - Who the hell started this crap? Your all trying to torment me! I got about 20 e-mails about it in my e-mail box not long after CV was released, and I been asked it at least once a week if not more from different people since then. Come on guys, think. Read the diary then think about the parts of the game it mentions. It's the freakin mouse! Or is it? http://www.new-blood.com/images/realtsur.jpg ;-) Q - How can a mouse write a diary? A - As Thomas Wilde put it so nicely in his Plot FAQ, "He's a very smart mouse." Well, really it's just a joke Capcom put it. Why do so many people have trouble with the idea of game companies having fun every once and a while? Q - How the hell am I supposed to use your blasted Ranking guide? It doesn't work!!! A - Thats because it's this guides one biggest flaw... the Ranking of Survivor is just like trying to get the Katana in Silent Hill, no one is really sure what exactly causes it to happen. I was how ever able to figure out some things that do and don't cause changes to rank. I try my best, and can only say that you should too! I did manage to get a S rank on my second play through of Resident Evil Survivor, so I do know it's possible quite early in play. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 11.0 - L E G A L I N F O / |________________________________________________________________/ Ohhh... goody, time for the legal stuff. Just have to put this as a reminder to people not to rip me off. Currently these pages have the right to display my guide, if they wish to. Most are pages of people I know, and places where my guide will help. Beyond Evil - Information on the world of survival horror. - http://www.new-evil.com/beyondevil Biohazard Extreme - Everything in the world of Biohazard. - http://biohazard.videogamesnet.com Cheat Code Central - Nearly every code for many consoles. - http://www.cheatcc.com GameFAQ's - A paradise of Game Guides and Codes. - http://www.gamefaqs.com Nexus - Gaming Resource - Cheats, Codes and Guides - http://www.nexus.connectfree.co.uk/ Resident Evil: A New Blood - My Resident Evil Page. - http://www.new-blood.com Resident Evil Extreme - Everything for the RE Junkie. - http://www.resident-evil.org Resident Evil Unlimited Coverage of Resident Evil - http://FBIagent.com/reunlimited VG Strategies - A collection of various info on Video Games. - http://vgstrategies.about.com - http://www.gamewinners.com/ If you find this guide located in a location other than these places, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org If you wish to use this guide, please contact me at the same address, and tell me where and how it will be used, and you will be added to the list. This walkthrough is Copyright (c) 2000 Rob McGregor. You may not modify it in anyway for use on web pages (in any forms such as HTML) without asking me first. It may only be distributed only in its entire, unmodified form otherwise. Permission is not granted for anyone to "update" any of my work, be it changing details, or add things to an already existing walkthrough. Failure to comply with any or all of these rules could result in legal action. A small disclaimer... If I'm wrong about something that is a fact, let me know. If I'm wrong about something that is my opinion, then you can let me know your opinion in a nice manor. Just remember that it's my opinion and I can't be wrong about it. This walkthrough is not authorized by, endorsed, or associated in any way with Capcom Entertainment Ltd. or any associated or affiliated company. This walkthrough should not be confused with any publication that is distributed by Capcom Entertainment Ltd. or any associated or affiliated company. Resident Evil (Biohazard), all characters locations etc. (c) & TM Capcom Entertainment Ltd. (c) & published by Capcom Entertainment Ltd., Virgin Interactive Inc. and Eidos Interactive Ltd. 1995-2000. May I add, to people making Resident Evil webpages this is a note to you: I FORBID any webpage to use this walkthrough without my PERMISSION. I see many web pages using other Resident Evil/ Biohazard walkthroughs on their webpages without the right to use them, or having them chopped up. If I find this used in any form on any pages other than the ONES I SPECIFY (see Sec. 8.0), I will pursue action. If you wish to use this guide, please contact me at email@example.com telling me how and where it will be used. ________ |________\________________________________________________________ | | | - 12.0 - C R E D I T S E T C. / |________________________________________________________________/ Everyone and everything that kept me entertained while writing the guide. Capcom for the games... who else would you thank. VBG for the files, and the great insight into the RE games story. All the people who joined Resident Evil Sitez (http://welcome.to/residentevilsitez). If you have RE page, big or small, e-mail me about joining up with RE Sitez. Free Advertising : - ) Somebody and Pure Evil, of New-Evil for giving me the chance to make a web page with out letting my lack of skills at first stopping them from letting me. President Evil for telling me that I could do well with my page, giving me a few writing hints and allowing me to use his Silent Hill Plot Summary at Streets Of Silent Hill. All the people that submitted fanfucs... ehh, fanfics to my page. Especially Jill and Crankshaft... who have also supported my endeavors, how ever small and stupid they are. R@mmy and all the guys at the BIOHAZARDextreme message boards, the best boards I've been to. Andrew M. For his continual positive attitude. Keep on gaming... and thanks for finishing FF8 for me :-) GhaleonX for giving me a forum on his excellent UBB. Shameless plug time. Check out Resident Evil Extreme now at: -- http://www.resident-evil.org -- JR Kerr for the Merc guides for RE3.... a lot of help that I needed. Ah King for his help with the first info I needed on Gun Survivor Everyone who has helped (and will help) me with this walkthrough. My dog if I had one. All the other writers out on the net who do the excellent work that we all love. You guys and gals are the stuff that make us lowly people try to write very well and look like asses when we do. I doth thy hat to my chest in thy honor. The games companies who make the games we love. Anyone I may have missed... please don't kill me. Contact me, and you will be added. Time to plug my other pages: Resident Evil: A New Blood - Guide to current and future RE games at - http://www.new-blood.com Resident Evil Sitez - The nets biggest list of Resident Evil/Biohazard Websites at - http://welcome.to/residentevilsitez Ultimate Guide to Clock Tower page at - http://welcome.to/clocktower Streets Of Silent Hill http://sosh.warfactory.com That's it... that's the end of this walkthrough. If you have any other questions, comments, suggestion, info to be included etc. please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org - Rob 30/05/00 "Hope this iss'not Chris' blood!" - Barry Burton, Resident Evil "Everyone followed some sort of queer religion, weird occult stuff, black magic, that kinda thing." - Lisa Garland, Silent Hill "Chear Bro, Too Much!" - A guy down my street "Doesn't that just beat all?" - Rei, Breath Of Fire 3