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Resident Evil: CODE: Veronica: Original soundtrack

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Name: Resident Evil: CODE: Veronica
Alternate name: Resident Evil: CODE: Veronica X (Playstation 2-specific title), Biohazard CODE: Veronica (Japanese name)
Characteristics: Action, Adventure, 3rd-Person Perspective, Horror, Puzzle-Solving
Publishers: Eidos Interactive, Capcom, Capcom Entertainment
Developers: Capcom, Capcom Entertainment
Original/port composers: Takeshi Miura, Hiziri Anze, Sanae Kasahara, Satoshi Ise
DreamCast (03 Feb 2000) - Japan
DreamCast (Mar 2000) - United States
PlayStation 2 (22 Mar 2001) - Japan
PlayStation 2 (22 Aug 2001) - United States
PlayStation 2 (14 Sep 2001) - Europe
GameCube (07 Aug 2003) - Japan

Music info

Released: 19 Feb 2000
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composers of these tunes: Takeshi Miura, Hiziri Anze, Sanae Kasahara
Info Source: synSONIQ Records
Music type: Original soundtrack
Num of tunes: 70
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: CPCA-1037
Play time: 1:15:00

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