BIO HAZARD ~Makoba Village Tragedy~ SOUND DRAMA (バイオハザード ～マコバヴィレッジの惨劇～,Baiohazādo ~ makoba virejji no sangeki ~ ?) is a radio play written by Sadayuki Murai (村井 さだゆき). It was produced by Sony Records with a catalogue of SRCL-4181. Its story serves as a prelude to the events of the first Resident Evil game.
Makoba Village is located in the American midwest some 40 km north-west of Raccoon City, at the northernmost point of the Arklay Mountains. It is a small village, making up a population of fifty living in a dozen houses. The village is isolated from the rest of the United States, with its houses being dilapidated.
The recent murders in the Arklays forces S.T.A.R.S. officer Jill Valentine to report back for duty mid-vacation. On her way back, she is involved in a collision with a runaway car soon discovered to be carrying the corpse of its driver, who appears to have been mauled by some animal.