The gas station (ガソリンスタンド) is an area of Downtown of Raccoon City featured in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis.
The office has two section, the first is where the counter, maintenance product, cash drawer and various selling merchandise are stored. The second section located at the back is the maintenance garage, where a car can be seen currently under repair.
Two different scenes will occur at the gas station, depending on the decision of the player as they enter either the Raccoon Press or the restaurant (if they decide to escape from nemesis, they'll will get Nikolai's, and if they defeated him, they'll get Carlos' scene);
- Nikolai Zinoviev enters, and tells Jill that he'll do a little investigation, and proceeds to the workshop in the garage. After you get the machine oil and proceed to leave, a spark ignites the gasoline on the floor in the workshop and Nikolai is heard screaming as an explosion occurs. Jill flees the area as fast as she can as the whole station erupts into a massive explosion.
- Carlos Oliveira enters the station. Moans can be heard in the distance and upon further inspection, a horde of zombies are approaching the station. Carlos runs out valiantly to play the hero and fend them off. After you get the machine oil and leave, Carlos will be slumped over with minor injuries, if a player head to the door and press the action button (X in the PS version), a special scene where Carlos fights the zombies will play. Suddenly, a spark in the workshop will ignite the gasoline on the floor, causing the gas station to be set on fire. Jill and Carlos run as fast as they can as the fire spreads to the pumps outside and the whole station erupts into a massive explosion.
The Mercenaries - Operation: Mad Jackal
The office is one of the location where hostage, Dario Rosso can be rescued. Multiple zombies will also occupied the office.
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- BIOHAZARD 3 LAST ESCAPE OFFICIAL GUIDEBOOK. Famitsu. 1999.
- ↑ OFFICIAL GUIDEBOOK, p.256.