The T-002 was deemed a success, actually. The uncontrollable aspect was entirely avoidable and they made sure to not have it happen again by ensuring Tyrants weren't left alone long enough to think for themselves.
And once again, the limiter is irrelevant. The Tyrant R's limiter is fine in that scene. It doesn't disengage because it perceives a threat to its life. It only disengages when it receives a PHYSICAL threat to its life. As in, it's shot to hell and back or dropped into molten steel or some such.
But whether it's dumb or not is irrelevant. Still a plot detail.
Except I can tell you for sure he's not making it all up. I've known him from over on THIA and PU and while him and I didn't always see eye to eye on stuff and we had our discussions on subjects related to the series, I can assure you he goes out of his way to get the correct information out there and not the terrible localization versions that we're all used to. IMO anything that is from the concept arts or guidebooks which reveal more information and is published by CAPCOM would be considered to be canon as I see it as expanded universe type information that gives you more insight. Like Albert Wesker concept art drawing in Code Veronica shows the H.C.F. symbol and it stands for Hive/Host Control Force. In the game they never state what it stands for only you see H.C.F. It's canon but they just didn't put it in the game..
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Terrible? If anything they make it tolerable going by the garbage I learned of today.
The T-002's reason for going out of control isn't explicitly stated in any language. Much like how Wesker's goal in BIO5 has been his goal since BIO1 yet it simply isn't mentioned outright to preserve the mystery.
Calling the localizations tolerable is utterly hilarious though. You're quite misinformed if that's your opinion.