There’s a zombie outbreak in Raccoon City!
This stage is different from the other stages in several ways. Instead of competing with the other alien like you normally do, here you work together for a common goal, and instead of collecting coins your main objective is to simply reduce the coins of a biological weapon, known as Nemesis, to 0.
Nemesis will fall down and drop several of his coins every 5th hit from any trick item, so surefire items and items that have multiple uses are the best. Nemesis has a gun and he can do a crazy running attack, but mostly he’s not at all scary because he runs slower than you, the bullets fly relatively slow and Nemesis easily forgets about you when you run away.
The panic time here apparently makes Nemesis stronger and turns every random item you have into viruses.
The idea of this stage, with the zombies and the Nemesises and the location name, was later on completely ripped off by Capcom themselves in a survival horror game series sequel called Silent Hill, where a little Japanese girl with a magic camera takes pictures of dinosaurs.
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So this level introduces the cooperative mode. which basically has you cooperate with another alien for a common goal. This one's unique in that you have to beat up Nemesis and make him drop coins. The weapons in this level are pretty decent (If you can find a gun weapon, it's VERY helpful at whittling down Nemesis's five HPs). The only thing to be careful about is making sure Nemesis doesn't pick up any coins. So avoid pranking other earthlings if you can help it. It's not a very tough level. So long as you stick with the human characters you don't have to worry about the panic time at all. Only go for zombies if they've got good stuff and few random items.
King Vork's special item is the Mob Attack. Basically, a whole bunch of little aliens fly around and hit people. It's another pretty good special that's decent at both alien combat and hitting normal people. It's best to use this in crowds, like a lot of other AOE weapons. Unlike those weapons, however, it's absolutely godly in those situations since each individual hit on an earthling adds to the combo, and Vorks can hit earthlings more than once. So if you manage to get a bunch of earthlings to chase you and then run in the middle of them and unleash the mob, you'll quickly earn dozens upon dozens of coins as your combo shoots up to twenty or something stupid like that. The Vorks are kind of random in how they move, but it's still a really good special. Not quite as good for alien combat as stuff like Cosmiman, but it can still hit aliens if you're smart about using it. But it's definitely more suited to earthling pranking, though. Also interesting to note is pranking earthlings with it causes them to run away instead of go after you, which is unique.
I think this game only available on PS1 or PS2, yes?
I don't get it
I didn't see Jill gameplay
This stage playable as a Easter Egg in RE2 PS4.
I can confidently say that I have no idea what's going on
This stage is my favorite. Whenever I played this stage, I find Jill or Carlos and bodysnatch them first. Dude, you didn't even bother getting either one of them. XD
Anyway, the lesson is, never get a zombie during Panic Time, because then I had to get rid of one virus, not two.
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