POLL. Most tragic plot event in the series (major spoilers)

#21good_tobiPosted 2/28/2013 2:23:00 AM
Steve's death.
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#22sbn4Posted 2/28/2013 5:40:48 AM
The circumstances in which Chris lost his men are different than RE5. In RE5 he didn't helplessly watch his men get butchered or have to turn his gun on them. He also didn't suffer a head injury. For all we know, he wasn't thinking straight even after he recalled what happened.

Also, in RE5, he continued to pursue Irving even when retreating was an option.

But I change my vote to Lisa. More than anything the files did a great job of painting a picture for you.
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#23ArchiantagonistPosted 2/28/2013 6:12:35 AM
Soldiers and tragedy are two things ever separate for me.
I gave almost 8 years to the army and I must say that if you're a soldier
and you can't get used to watching people die,
then you probly should just leave the military and find some quiet place
where you could raise your kids, tend the soil, stuff like that.

When children are put into suffering, however - is absolutely unbearable for me
(even if it happens in video games) so Sherry's(in RE 2) and/or Lisa's stories
are the closest ones to be called tragic IMO
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#24BIack_DynamitePosted 2/28/2013 6:45:16 AM
DetBeauregard posted...
Matty0289 posted...
Chris losing his Whole Team in his Campaign. (So that obviously includes Finn and Piers).


I'm honestly not sure why this bothered Chris so much. You never saw him go crazy when they lost countless BSAA redshirts in 5.

To me it just seemed kind of forced.


You're missing the point. In RE5 he wasn't responsible for any other members, but you can see he is clearly saddened by the deaths of DeChant and Kirk when he sees their bodies.

In 6 it's much different, they are his men. Besides, it was the amnesia that sent him that way, not the fact of losing his men. If he didn't get injured and suffer amnesia, THEN it would seem weird.
#25Red04(Topic Creator)Posted 2/28/2013 7:09:03 AM(edited)
Poor Chris, he's lost so many comrades since the first game. I'm glad he continued to serve the BSAA, in honor of Piers, Finn, and all the others KIA.

Now where's Jill when we need her?
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#26Red04(Topic Creator)Posted 2/28/2013 7:10:41 AM
Game board sentimentality lol
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#27shagohad3Posted 2/28/2013 7:23:36 AM
The end of Dino Crisis 2.
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#28Red04(Topic Creator)Posted 2/28/2013 7:38:37 AM
shagohad3 posted...
The end of Dino Crisis 2.


^ automatic fail
-Dredd
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#29shagohad3Posted 2/28/2013 8:28:47 AM
Red04 posted...
shagohad3 posted...
The end of Dino Crisis 2.


^ automatic fail
-Dredd


I knew you'd say that.
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#30sbn4Posted 2/28/2013 10:28:24 AM
Soldiers and tragedy are two things ever separate for me.
I gave almost 8 years to the army and I must say that if you're a soldier
and you can't get used to watching people die,
then you probly should just leave the military and find some quiet place
where you could raise your kids, tend the soil, stuff like that.


I don't think anyone ever gets used to watching people die. You might get de-sensitized. But in the long run, I feel that it affects you negatively no matter what.

In Chris' case the game says he feels guilty that he was unable to protect his men and bring them back alive.
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