Resident Evil at Universal Studios (Video)

Bio Hazard The Real…This actually looks pretty damn cool and I wish I could say that this was something that was featured at one of the US Universal Studios theme parks. Unfortunately it is actually an attraction at the Universal Studios in Osaka Japan. The attraction is based on Resident Evil the video game (not the movies) where guests can go through a recreation of the initial out break event in Raccoon City. Essentially it is a haunted house where players can actually fight back against the things that are attacking them. Each person gets a gun and an interesting looking arm band that looks like it keeps track of your ammunition and zombie kills. The sets themselves actually look pretty good and so do the Zombies.

After doing some more research it also appears that there is a small stage show featuring creatures and characters from the game that happens at Universal Japan as well. I don’t know for sure if the show is just a seasonal thing or if they have it all year long. This all sounds like an awesome experience for anyone that is a fan of the original Resident Evil/Bio Hazard games. I would love to see something like this come to the states, but sadly I doubt it ever will since most Americans are probably more familiar with the Resident Evil films than they are with the games from the late 90s.

Japan really loves themselves some Bio Hazard and who can blame them? With this and the awesome Resident Evil themed restaurant (Click Here to see that) One could spend their entire visit to Japan in Resident Evil heaven…or hell depending on how you look at it. Anyways, check out this cool video of Bio Hazard The Real and let me know what you guys think. Would you make a trip to Japan for this and how do you think something like this would be received in the states? I know I would definitely check it out. Leave me your thoughts in a comment below or on the Facebook page…Enjoy!

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  1. […] the Resident Evil attraction at Universal Studios Japan all the way back in March of last year, (Click Here to see that) but now they have gone and officially made me jealous. They’re latest attraction […]

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