Manuella in Darkside had the T-Veronica virus. she was held on to by the U.S. government so Simmons had a grip on her early on.
Think that solves it more or less --- Sometimes I like to kneel down. Put my arms around my knee's and lean foward. Why? Cause that's how I roll S.T.A.R.S. Member: Nemesis STAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRSSSS
#12sadjesturePosted 1/6/2013 11:48:52 PM
I thought Simmons was kinda lame. He could've been used better but overall his obsession with Ada seemed pretty stupid and his idea of keeping order through terrorist attacks was just not a well thought out plot. I'm glad he died but at least he brought in The Family to the series (maybe Capcom will go somewhere with them). But now I think Capcom should bring in Alex Wesker. I'm curious to see the nature of his immortality.
I disagree with the weak usage of Simmons as plot device. The NSA chief seem more realistic than any other villains we've seen in the RE universe. Be it Spencer/Wesker/Alexia/etc. Using terror, and indirectly fear, to control the population is very easy to relate with regards to everyday life. People often use fear mongering to invoke others to take actions or express certain emotions. In terms of maintaining US hegemony, I don't see how what Simmons did any weaker than say Spencer trying to build a 'powerful' company called Umbrella.
#13edward18Posted 1/6/2013 11:53:31 PM
Regardless of all this crap, Steve was with The Organization, not Wesker. Wesker got him FOR The Organization, just like Ada got G for them. 4's when Wesker went off on his own. --- Before you die you see the Tails Doll---Backdrop Observer of the Metroid: Other M board Apparently Edward: Wise Old Sage of Korodai