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For the first video game in the franchise, see Resident Evil (1996 video game). For other uses, see Resident Evil (disambiguation).
And owned by the Japanese video game company Capcom.
The franchise focuses on a series of survival horror games, but also incorporates a series of live-action films, animations, comic books, novels, audio dramas, and merchandise.
The story follows outbreaks of zombies and other monsters created mainly by the fictional Umbrella Corporation.
The first Resident Evil was released in 1996, taking place in a mansion overrun with zombies.
The franchise has grown to encompass numerous sequels of various genres, incorporating elements of action, exploration, and puzzle solving, and storylines inspired by horror and action films.
Resident Evil is Capcom's bestselling game franchise, with over 82 million copies sold worldwide by 2018.
The development of the game, originally titled Biohazard, began in 1993 when Tokuro Fujiwara conceived it as a remake of his earlier 1989 Capcom horror game Sweet Home, when the project was then led by Shinji Mikami.
When in late 1994 marketing executives were setting up to bring the game to the United States, it was pointed out that a DOS game had been recently registered under that name, so a contest was held among company personnel to choose a new name; this competition turned up Resident Evil, the name currently known in the west. Resident Evil made its debut on the Play Station in 1996 and was later ported to the Sega Saturn.
The first entry in the series was the first game to ever be dubbed a "survival horror", a term coined for the new genre it initiated, led to the production of two sequels, Resident Evil 2 in 1998 and Resident Evil 3: Nemesis in 1999, both for the Play Station.