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RE:Code Veronica is not considered an actual sequel to the original games, though the events within the game are considered to be canon of the series. The game is considered as an extension of RE:1 and RE:2 because fans of the series were so interested in finding out what happened to Chris and Claire Redfield following the events of Raccoon City. It is more considered to be a sequel to RE:2 and thus not a true sequel of the series itself. On a programming note, the game was mostly created by a third party programming company (called Nextech if I remember correctly)and later optioned by Capcom, though they denied it as a true numbered sequel (mostly because they were trying to get a team together to begin work on the actual RE:4). Code Veronica weirdly enough came out before resident evil 3 if I remember rightly. I think 3 got the number despite it having little information revealed about things because 3 was aimed at hooking in PC gamers while Code veronica stayed true to console players. Hope that helps