USD 2000 Donations Required To Liberate Unreleased Resident Evil Game

Before releasing Resident Evil Gaiden for the Game Boy Color, Capcom commissioned HotGen to port the original PlayStation Resident Evil to the handheld. The game was eventually cancelled near the end of its development because Capcom didn't feel that it lived up to fans expectations. We might be able to play this game very soon.

A game collector who doesn't want his identity to be known has announced that he has two prototype versions of the game that are 90% complete and he is willing to release them online as ROMs if he receives $2000 in donations.

The "fundraiser" has collected more than $1500 at the time this article was written, so it seems that it is not that off the mark. The anonymous game collector behind the project has released enough screenshots and details about the game to make his claims seem plausible.

The full details can be found here.

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Why donate, so that ******* in africa can have free ****. White people are stupid they bend over backwards, they give them free health care, free money, new brick houses built free. I hate when they go into express lane with 2 loaded over the top shopping carts and when the bridge-card don't cover detergent they get upset because they got to pay cash then they pull out fist full of cash. Drive escalade and they got bridge card. Submit to drug test if you don't do illegal drugs then you should have no problems. Black man pass by another black man and he don't ask nothing, a white man pass by a black man the man asks for spare change, stupid whitey gives in. Mother ******* wore not born into slavery.....sry to go off like this but I see it every day. Most donation are scams, even the good ones get mistaken as scams because of the large number of bad ones.

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