New Resident Evil Game Challenges Door Opening Skills

By Spencer . July 1, 2010 . 1:47am

imageCapcom created a new Resident Evil game just for mobile phones. But, Biohazard: Survival Door is quite different from other Resident Evil games. This game is based on chance. You’re in a mansion and have to open doors by pressing 1, 2, or 3 on your phone. Zombies or other monsters may be lurking behind and you can shoot them by pushing keys, according to a screenshot.


Capcom says the game will test players intuition. You can see how your instincts match up to other players in Japan on a nationwide high score leaderboard.


Like many mobile games in Japan, Biohazard: Survival Door has a monthly fee. Capcom set this game at 315 yen ($3.50) per month. That’s the same price as the mobile phone version of Mega Man X3.


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  • joesz

    What!? instead of releasing that lost title for psp,they released this?…-_-

  • malek86

    Well, I sure hope we’re going to play as the master, Jill. Chris simply doesn’t cut it at unlocking.

  • Trotmeister

    Spencer, a question for you. Is NISA’s Haru Akenaga male or female? I can never tell with japanese names…Sorry for being completely off-topic, it’s just that the interview is not on a front page anymore, and I’m not sure if you check comments on the articles that aren’t most recent.

  • gatotsu911

    You would… oh god… can’t… help it… you would need to be… a MASTER OF UNLOCKING to succeed at this game!!

    (oh god… what have I done??)

    • lol bad re1 voice acting ftw

  • kupomogli

    What Capcom really needs to release is a port of Outbreak and Outbreak 2 on the PSP or the 3DS, then later on release an Outbreak 3, but without all the load times. Infrastructure would be nice, but adhoc party only would fine.

    I loved the Outbreak games and thought the only bad thing about them was the load times purposefully built in. I’ve heard that when playing online, they would show ads during the load times. I’ve never played online with the game as I couldn’t. Didn’t have the broadband adapter, nor did I have the HDD. The HDD cut down load times but probably wasn’t required if the load times weren’t built in to begin with.

    I bought Outbreak 2 day one and luckily I kept my receipt, because I brought the game back within 30 days when I saw that the price dropped from $50 to $20 the same month. Got $30 back.

  • So if you choose the wrong door… it turns into Typing of the Dead? I had Keitaiping of the Dead on my cell phone in Japan, and it was actually pretty fun. I wouldn’t mind seeing a video of this.

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