If you look closely at the "Exit" button in the epilogue menu, there's a nearly illegible message on it that reads "I Love You, Shinji Mikami, Return to Menu!".
It is likely Nicholai Ginovaef's name was mistranslated based on pronunciation, as the only actual Slavic name the original transcript correlates to is Nikolai Zinoviev. Interestingly, in the Russian translation of the movie Resident Evil: Apocalypse, his last name was changed to Zhukov.
The name of the pet store "Eagle's Pet Shop", is a references to "Eagle" from Street Fighter series.
The only known concept art from the original scrapped version of the game is of "Plant Thing", a green deformed zombie-like creature. The sentence "Mother of 'kids'" is written next to it.
In the hospital lobby there's a Dino Crisis poster, which also shows its first release date, July 1st, 1999 in Japan.
It's possible to obtain a hidden file called "Jill's Diary" by collecting all 30 files in the game in a specific order. If done correctly, this item will replace the first file "Game Instructions A" in the file menu.
An unused still image from the game's intro sequence can be found in a Japanese promotional demo disc. The image features a cameo from Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, appearing as they did in The Shawshank Redemption. The image itself does not appear in the final release of the game.
While the characters of Resident Evil 2 and 3 crossing paths was cut from the game, it was ultimately written into the manhua (Chinese comic) adaptation of Resident Evil 3.
A picture of Alex Mack from the hit Nickelodeon series The Secret World of Alex Mack can be found in one of the rooms at the clock tower.
If the player goes back to the Warehouse after the first encounter with Nemesis at the RPD, they will find that Dario Rosso, the man that locked himself in the container, has been killed by zombies.
The game has lots of continuity errors during the visit to Raccoon Police Department. Even though the events of the game coincide with Resident Evil 2, some of the doors are seen barricaded and the yard filled with debris, while this is not the case in Resident Evil 2.
At its early concepts Biohazard 3: Last Escape was going to have a mode where you could play as a zombified Brad Vickers (cut due to production costs) and Jill would have crossed paths with Leon, Ada and William during the story (cut due to continuity problems).
Resident Evil 3 was originally planned to star the masked mercenary, HUNK, in a luxury cruiser trying to locate a G-virus sample. During this point, the eventual game was a separate project titled "Biohazard: Gaiden", not to be confused with the GBC title "Resident Evil Gaiden", and designed as a spin-off. Due to an issue with the original project's development time, this "Gaiden" was changed into the actual sequel and given the name "Biohazard 3: Last Escape" while the other project was scrapped.