I noticed that the pictures are screenshots from the videos.
So maybe that means no videogames magazines had the game.
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Does anyone have the close up of Leon bloodied from 1.5? The one on the Museum site is smaller than what it originally was shown.
Check some 1.5 pictures, it's hard to see in a lot of them cause of the quality but it's there.
Does anyone know the size of the original 1.5 artwork Inflames got scans of and posted on Bioflames? Were they A4 prints? What's the typical size for artwork like that?
Yeah, I just realized there's a hidden 1.5 trailer on one of the Playstation Underground discs.
yes, the sneak preview. ;)
I can't believe after all these years people are still talking about RE 1.5.
why shouldn't they? it's a siginificant piece of gaming history that nearly every biohazard fan would like to play.
That doesn't keep people from talking about it. ;)
Personally I love the artistic direction took in 1.5, it had much darker and more vibrant themes that 2 did, it looked a far scarier atmosphere with the lights out than it was in 2 with all the lights on. Makes me wonder what the ambient music was like.
hi fans of resident evil 1.5 , if you can see capcom is bankruptcy . capcom need sell this game on playstation 3 or another console . buy my question is : why the people talk about this game on forums ? why the people dont post on capcom forum to get it? .
pd: i am from argentina .
Capcom would never sell a beta version of a game, hell, I know no reputable company that would. People saying they should include this in one of their new releases, but it will never ever happen that way. Would be a completely retarded move, as any fan of RE that doesn't research into it like us gaming enthusiasts do would see it as an unfinished mess (most likely).
And going on Capcom forums to request that the company should release unfinished content....? Is your whole post a joke?
I have never heard of one account of anyone asking a company/lead developers for a full beta copy with all the assets of that time and actually receiving them. Sure, sometimes these Dev's will come out and release some beta build they found of a game that had been released decades ago that they had been a part of, but I have never seen it happen at someones request. (I am talking full frontal material, not some screenshot they had lying around or some tidbit of info they remember)