[POLL]Preferred B.O.W. Intelligence

#21XxAxem_BlackxXPosted 9/14/2013 11:35:39 PM
I'd say monsters should be mostly driven by instinct but they can have a smart one like Nemesis once in a while.

No way the new monsters are supposed to be as smart as humans. If you were in a fight and you knocked someone down would you take a step back and let them get up and recover? lol
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#22Goldsickle(Topic Creator)Posted 9/14/2013 11:39:30 PM
SSJ_Jin posted...
I have no idea what you're talking about here tbh.

Nemesis is smart enough to recognize STARS members. That actually shows a lot of intelligence.

Either that or it was just being dictated by that Robocop-style visual interface (where some internal CPU recognizes targets for Nemesis and giving it orders to neutralize it).
But this only appeared in the RE movie and Operation Raccoon City.

Also to note, Nemesis wielding a mini-gun is also only depicted in the movie and ORC.
Nemesis exclusively uses a rocket launcher in other media.
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#23Goldsickle(Topic Creator)Posted 9/14/2013 11:43:03 PM
XxAxem_BlackxX posted...
If you were in a fight and you knocked someone down would you take a step back and let them get up and recover?

As I said, using in-game A.I. to judge a character's intelligence isn't very logical.
That would mean that a lot of human opponents in games like Deus Ex and the Metal Gear series are underdeveloped creatures that resembles humans, only capable of saying a few words.

Besides, J'avos actually attack you if you're lying down.
They have a special "ground attack" animation to finish you off.
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#24SSJ_JinPosted 9/14/2013 11:52:22 PM
Goldsickle posted...
SSJ_Jin posted...
I have no idea what you're talking about here tbh.

Nemesis is smart enough to recognize STARS members. That actually shows a lot of intelligence.

Either that or it was just being dictated by that Robocop-style visual interface (where some internal CPU recognizes targets for Nemesis and giving it orders to neutralize it).
But this only appeared in the RE movie and Operation Raccoon City.

Also to note, Nemesis wielding a mini-gun is also only depicted in the movie and ORC.
Nemesis exclusively uses a rocket launcher in other media.


I know about Nemesis, I just don't know why you're talking about him being smarter than other tyrants in response to my comment. I simply was referring to them taking commands. lol
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#25Goldsickle(Topic Creator)Posted 9/15/2013 12:33:28 AM
SSJ_Jin posted...
I just don't know why you're talking about him being smarter than other tyrants

I just wonder if they belonged in the same category.
Tyrants rely on brute strength, while the Nemesis can actually use firearms.

The Ivan models are said to be smarter, though.
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#26SSJ_JinPosted 9/15/2013 3:31:52 PM
Oh ok, I gotcha. My bad.
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#27Goldsickle(Topic Creator)Posted 9/25/2013 8:09:18 PM
Do people really like stupid enemies that much?
I always find it creepier if the enemies are a little smarter.

I think people get a bad impression because of the Ganados, Majinis and J'avos.
But try playing the Siren series.
They make "intelligent zombies" look good.
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