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Explore Raccoon City in Deadman's Cross until July 27

8:00 PM on 07.14.2014 // Brittany Vincent

See if you can come across Nemesis

Deadman's Cross fans can now explore Resident Evil's Raccoon City as a limited-time area from now until July 27. It's set to open up when you complete an in-game collaboration quest, and from there you can collect special cards that feature monsters from the survival horror series as well as regular Deadmen cards. If you're a Resident Evil fan, it's worth a look.

Deadman's Cross is an intriguing prospect that combines familiar characters with card-battling mechanics. And no, those card battles don't include a lewd rubbing mini-game. Square Enix's smartphone RPG actually finds players facing off against zombies ("Deadmen," to you) and then capturing them for use in battle with other players. Sort of like Pokémon, I suppose, of the undead variety.

Have you been playing Deadman's Cross? Gonna trek into Raccoon City?

Nemesis And Other Resident Evil Monsters Enter Square Enix’s Deadman’s Cross [Siliconera]

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