We love a bit of survival horror here at NL Towers, and Resident Evil 0 was one of our favourite GameCube games, along with the slightly more accessible Resident Evil 4 of course.

What you might not have realised is that Resident Evil 0 was originally intended to be a Nintendo 64 game which was planned to come out in 2000. The game features classic Resident Evil gameplay where your character turns on the spot like a tank, along with all the cheesy voice acting and dialogue which you've come to expect from the series.

Capcom has released a video showing a prototype of Resident Evil 0 from the N64 build, spliced with equivalent scenes from the GameCube version and finally the HD remaster which is coming to practically every platform except the Wii U - thanks for that Capcom!

In the video you'll see rookie member of the S.T.A.R.S. Bravo team Rebecca Chambers fight off hoards of the living dead, along with bad boy death-row inmate Billy Coen, who has some amazingly awful dialogue.

Take a look at the video and let us know what you think of the N64 visuals. Is this a game which you'd have liked to have played back in the day?

[via eurogamer.net]