Resident Evil Code: Veronica X (English Patched) DC ISO

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GAME INFORMATION
Game Name Resident Evil Code: Veronica X
Original Title バイオハザード コード: ベロニカ 完全版
Region
Console SEGA Dreamcast
Game Release (6 years ago)
Genre
Publisher Capcom
Languages
Image Format CDI, GDI
Downloads 41,667
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Description:

Resident Evil Code: Veronica X (バイオハザード コード: ベロニカ 完全版) is a Survival Horror video game published by Capcom released on August 9th, 2016 for the SEGA Dreamcast.


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Code Veronica X was the updated port of the original Dreamcast game released for the PS2 and GameCube by Capcom. They also released it for the Dreamcast in Japan only as Biohazard Code: Veronica Kanzenban.

The updated version of the game contained several new cutscenes spliced into the main story, along with several other minor gameplay changes.

Well, now you can play it from start to finish in English Thanks goes to assemblergames community members (you know who you are).

This is to many the definitive version of RE Code Veronica.

Version: Final release.-
Release Date: May 05, 2020


Update: 5.5/5.15 GDEMU Clone Bug Fix - March 24, 2022 

I have added a bugfix version for GDEmu clones users, that bug on the tiger statue on disc 2, and another bug when viewing documents.
This bugs were fixed on a GDEmu firmware update (5.20.0). But clone users can't get this update so a fix was released by Chinese hacker YZB.

Source: https://www.dreamcast-talk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=15359
Thanks to Derek Pascarella for patching the game!

Relevant FAQ entries:

FAQ #11: GDI or CDI? Which one to download?

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