Universal Studios Japan has an awesome Resident Evil attraction in store - destructoid

Universal Studios Japan has an awesome Resident Evil attraction in store

11:00 AM on 06.27.2014

Brittany Vincent

Former Associate Editor

We never get this kind of cool stuff


Oh, Japan. You get so much cool stuff that we can only ever dream of. Universal Studios in Osaka, Japan is hosting an upcoming Resident Evil event with Biohazard: The Real: 2, a "real-life" attraction that fill find parts of the massive amusement park transformed into Raccoon City from August 8 through September 11. So basically, awesome.

Siliconera brings us the scoop, but unfortunately there aren't any images to go on to comment whether or not it's going to look like an attraction you'd actually want to go. Who am I kidding? Of course it's going to be worth going to. It's Japan. They're going to do the series right. Er, probably. Excuse me, I just thought about a giraffe and a woman engaged in a rather lewd activity.

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