Resident Evil 4 beta (partially found tech demos of GameCube game; 2001-2005)


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Resident Evil 4 beta (tech demos)
The box art of the Final released version of Resident Evil 4.
The box art of the Final released version of Resident Evil 4.
Status Partially Found

Resident Evil 4 was the fourth installment of the Resident Evil franchise. It started development in December of 2001 and was published in January 11th of 2005. This Resident Evil title was critically acclaimed and some may argue that this is one of the best Resident Evil games of all time, but what many people fail to realize is that this was not the final draft of a game that defines the survival horror genre today.

There are currently 2 released beta trailers for the survival horror game and tell a different story that is not in the final draft of the game today.

History

This game was probably the one with the most conflicting development cycle, this game was originally slated for the playstation 2 in 2001. Capcom went through numerous development cycles and betas in order to get the game out in 2005. The first version of the game became the well known franchise Devil May Cry for It was stated that the beta was 'too action orientated and thus it was scrapped.

The first beta showed Leon in a metallic structure (Later confirmed for the setting to be on an airship). fighting a bizarre fog creature. The few words spoken in the trailer were about the Cradle of the Progenitor Virus, and apparently the story centered on the assault of our heroes to Umbrella Europe. Moreover, Leon would have probably been infected and possibly wielded odd supernatural powers.

The following year (2003) Resident Evil 4 was shown again. This version presented had different features and a new emphasis on the supernatural that seemed to bring the game closer to Silent Hill. In this new trailer, Leon (who still had some strange power) was inside a mansion infested with some strange presence, notably a strong creature with a hook (given the name 'Hookman' in one video). An extended video of this beta is featured on Biohazard 4 Secret DVD, where we can also see the Killers Armors still present in the final game on Ashley’s stage.

Although this last beta seemed to be the most promising and polished version yet, Capcom decided to scrap the beta start over again. The third beta, which according to the programmers featured zombies, was not presented to the public. Finally, the Resident Evil 4 we are most familiar with was shown at E3 2004. The Resident Evil 4 Unseen Saga didn’t end there, though.

Code Madman: A fan Recreation

There is currently a playable fan recreation of one of the Game. The download for the game is now defunct and can't played. The game, strangely titled "Code Madman" is the only supposedly available gameplay is now on the internet.

Videos

The first beta trailer of Resident Evil 4.
The second beta trailer of Resident Evil 4.
Gaming Mysteries video on the betas.
some gameplay .
a trailer for one forthe betas.


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Nscott144

1 months ago
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I wanted to ask would it be okay to post photos of the beta on here
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Anonymous user #1

1 months ago
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Sure! Just make a gallery section or something
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Nscott144

1 months ago
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another question, since i am a noob at doing this, when how would I go about posting the images i have them on my computer but where and how would I get them on the gallery
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Nscott144

1 months ago
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nevermind got it sorry
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Anonymous user #2

1 months ago
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The mega link was for a fan recreation, therefore the original playable demo was never leaked. It should be deemed lost as a playable copy has not leaked yet.
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Nscott144

20 days ago
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Noted I will change that later
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