Capcom debuted its upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake at E3, complete with this pair of remastered drink machines. I was hoping for Juicy Raccoon, but I’ll take what I can get. Thanks for the screenshots, Pablo (and for the initial heads-up, QB#17 and Christopher)!
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 her beverage choices in Resident Evil 2!
The prototype version of Resident Evil 2 featured Pepsi machines instead of generic soda machines. Thanks, @expaja!
Zombies, schmombies! I want to know who broke into that soda machine.
Claire pauses near a “Super Cold” soda machine in Resident Evil Code: Veronica X!
Forget about the flesh-eating zombies; check out that soda machine in Resident Evil 2!
Curiously, this soda machine is replaced with a “Regular Coffee” vending machine in certain version of Resident Evil 2. For example, the screenshot below was taken from the “Fourth Survivor” game mode in the Sourcenext Edition of RE2.
Another soda machine in Resident Evil 3! I still haven’t found a screenshot of the elusive ChoCho Cola yet.
Jill Valentine pushes a stepladder toward a soda machine in Resident Evil 3! The same model later appears in the streets of Raccoon City, piled on top of a police roadblock.
Trish (presumably named after the character from Capcom’s Devil May Cry series) may be my favorite fictional video game beverage name yet!