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Who is your favorite Resident Evil Outbreak character?

Resident Evil Outbreak  

4 members have voted

  1. 1. Who was your favorite character?

    • Kevin Ryman
    • David King
    • Mark Wilkins
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    • Alyssa Ashcroft
    • Cindy Lennox
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    • Yoko Suzuki
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    • Jim Chapman
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    • George Hamilton
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Resident Evil Outbreak, known as Biohazard Outbreak in Japan, is a survival-horror game released exclusively for the PlayStation 2 between 2003 and 2004. Capcom released the sequel titled Resident Evil Outbreak File #2 in 2005.

It was the first Resident Evil game with multiplayer capability, using the PlayStation 2's online network (Though, the servers have since shut down). Up to four players could participate simultaneously in one scenario; alternately, in single-player mode, the player is accompanied by two AI-controlled characters. Outbreak introduces the "virus gauge," which limits the number of time players may spend on a scenario. The virus gauge rises at different rates for different characters and increases rapidly if the character is attacked or crawling on the ground. The game lost all online play capabilities for the USA servers in 2007. The Japan servers stayed up but finally went down in July 2011.

We don't have a dedicated Resident Evil Outbreak forum yet which is why I posted this poll in the Lounge.

Please vote and let us know who is your favorite Outbreak character in a comment below! Thanks! 🙃

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Nice, David is my second most favorite Outbreak character. Kevin Ryman is my favorite character from the Outbreak series. I think he is probably my favorite character from the entire Resident Evil series. He is not as serious as Leon or Chris and feels very relatable to me. I just like his happy-go-lucky personality. I mean, check out this tweet:

 

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