The Resident Evil 2 “1-Shot Demo” is out today, and it finally gives us a better look at the Raccoon City Police Station’s remastered soda machines. If only they sold Juicy Raccoon soda…
Juicy Raccoon soda is back and juicier than ever in Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles!
When Tiger Electronics ported Resident Evil 2 to their Game.com handheld in 1998, you better believe they included a soda machine!
Leon and Claire catch a brief glimpse of this soda machine as they barge through a door in Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles.
Juicy Raccoon, Raccoon City’s favorite soda, is back in Resident Evil Outbreak: File #2!
Juicy Raccoon, pictured here in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, might be a new front runner for my favorite fictional soda brand ever. Here’s another angle…
Moira shines her flashlight on some busted-up soda machines in Resident Evil: Revelations 2!
Fighting off zombies in Umbrella Corps, and there’s not a red, green, or blue herb to be found? Energize yourself with a tasty Refresh Soda!
Holster your light gun and enjoy a refreshing Volcano soda in Resident Evil: Survivor!
The camera angle isn’t ideal (as is often the case in Resident Evil games), but you can nevertheless spot a Trish vending machine in this screenshot from Resident Evil Outbreak.
Claire pauses in front of a vintage Valentine Rosso soda machine (presumably named for Jill Valentine and RE3’s Dario Rosso) in Resident Evil – Code: Veronica X!
I think it’s safe to assume that Pinkney Juice from Resident Evil: Degeneration is named after Dave Pinkney, one of the game’s artists.
It’s a soda machines from Resident Evil 6, featuring options like Power Charge and Grape Sour. Thanks, Aidan!
Leon ponders his beverage choices in Resident Evil 2! Perhaps a refreshing Cho-Cho Cola?
The prototype version of Resident Evil 2 (a.k.a. BioHazard/Resident Evil 1.5) featured a Pepsi machine in place of the final release’s generic soda machines. Thanks for the screenshot, @expaja!
While the Coca-Soda machine in the screenshots below wasn’t part of Capcom’s Resident Evil 1.5, dedicated fans patched it in later in their quest to “complete” the prototype.