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Topic - Jill Valentine
A legendary survival horror franchise serves up a terrifying port of a third-person shooter for veteran gamers to take part in another mutant virus outbreak.
Lara Croft. Samus Aran. Jill Valentine. Chell.
The latest episode from one of the masters of the survival-horror video-game genre returns to its roots with some eye-popping results in the Nintendo 3DS format.
One of the greatest survival horror video game franchises of all time meets the most eye-popping portable gaming console on the market to deliver some undead target practice.