why is Wesker addressed by his last name?

#11deltamiragePosted 10/8/2012 1:11:12 AM
Icefang526 posted...
Referring to someone by first name conveys a sense of closeness.


Maybe in places like Japan. Not the case in western civilization.
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#12jsquad4136Posted 10/8/2012 1:12:21 AM
Neo and Smith are the only enemies with manners around here. Why back in my day we always addressed each other as mister. Good ol Mr Anderson and Mr Smith are shining examples of manners.
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#13Bigj089Posted 10/8/2012 1:13:59 AM
Most of my friends call me by my last name because they liked it more than my first name. Maybe its the same.
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#14SkullgirlsPosted 10/8/2012 1:52:03 AM
Wesker sounds better. First names imply familiarity and closeness. Albert is a dumb non-badass name.
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#15TheDawnRiderPosted 10/8/2012 2:23:34 AM
Exella called Wesker Albert in RE5...And it sounded very wrong.
#16YukitoRamboPosted 10/8/2012 2:40:15 AM
I wish they called him 'Al'.

"Yo Al, dude, world conquest is too troublesome. You need to lay off that crack and get friggin' laid, man!"

"*British accent*I don't need to get laid. I HAVE. UROBOROS...."

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#17_BobVilla_Posted 10/8/2012 3:10:44 AM
Personally I don't know why Leon and Chris are addressed by their first names, it's common practice for military and law enforcement to go by their last names. Hell, even Agent Berkin was a bad ass way to refer to Sherry. Really only Claire, Jake, and select others should go by their first.
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#18Chilly82Posted 10/8/2012 6:51:51 PM
deltamirage posted...
Icefang526 posted...
Referring to someone by first name conveys a sense of closeness.


Maybe in places like Japan. Not the case in western civilization.


Um no, I make a point to call my worst enemy by his last name.