The zombie is the most common enemy in the game, the poor residents of the mansion who became infected with the T-Virus and left to rot in the dusty hallways. From the many different diaries and journals found, it is clear that they suffer greatly before the virus takes their life, and finally their soul.
The zombies in this game are more determined to end your life, even following you through doors. Ending their life isn't enough either, unless you decapitate them or incinerate them, they will slowly mutate into Crimson Heads.
The zombie is an easy enemy, as long as they're in small numbers. The Handgun is enough to keep them at bay. It's possible to decapitate one or many zombies with a single shotgun blast, simply aim up when they come into grabbing range, and fire.
However unlike the other games, a decapitation is guaranteed with this method.
Cerberus, essentially a doberman infected with the T-Virus, is a fairly common enemy in the game. Despite the rotting skin and muscle hanging off their bones, they're still surprisingly quick, the virus giving these creatures an insane lust for blood. They'll dive for your arm the first chance they get.
Compared to the original game, these dogs are much harder to keep at bay. No more will a simple shot from the handgun keep them from advancing, now it takes two or three to knock them off their feet. If you do this a few times though they'll soon stay down for good.
Larger and more aggressive than normal, these birds will sit patiently unless they consider you a threat. It seems these crows feasted on a corpse infected with the virus, and driven them to act like something out of an Alfred Hitchcock novel.
You won't encounter crows very often during the game. Its better just to avoid them, however if you do want to take them down, don't use anything larger than the Handgun.
An ordinary bee that has been infected with the T-Virus and subsequently grown to roughly four times its original size. These insects are now more deadly than ever, being able to deliver a much more potent poison with its stinger. If you ever find yourself in a swarm, don't waste any ammunition on them, just run like hell.
The term chimera is used when an organism consists of two or more different genetic tissues. This creature is the combination of human DNA and that of a fly, resulting in a deadly monster of grotesque appearance but severely lacking in intelligence.
These creatures like to hang around in small dark places, such as air ducts. This means that they will not be immediately visible when entering a location, but will pounce into the room when you pass close to one of their hideaways.
The world's most powerful biological weapon. The Tyrant has the build of a large man, with a cluster of claws on its left forearm instead of a hand. Its heart is located outside its body on its chest, however this still doesn't make it vulnerable for attack or weakness.
Dealing with the Tyrant the first time round is fairly easy, all he will do is follow you around the Laboratory in a casual manner. Use the Magnum or the Grenade Launcher for this battle. If you get within a certain distance, he will start swiping his claw at you, which can hurt a lot.
The second battle takes place on the Heliport, and there's no need to fire at him. Keep avoiding him until the countdown timer reaches a dangerously low level, and Brad will drop something to help you defeat Tyrant.