do you think this the LAST game for Chris and Jill?( SPOILERS)

#21Ether101Posted 8/26/2010 1:29:37 PM
How? Wesker's finally putting the remains of Umbrella to use.

No he didn't, Wesker's Umbrella wasn't even mentioned in this game nor was his "fear" of the virus.

Considering he's just as insane and rediculously charactered like he's always been.

He was always more careful and nothing about him suggested that he wanted to try to conquer the world threw a plan that could never accomplish that goal.
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#22edward18Posted 8/26/2010 1:51:23 PM
No he didn't, Wesker's Umbrella wasn't even mentioned in this game

...what are you talking about? He obviously used what he gained of Umbrella to further his goals in Kijuju and help track down things about the Progenitor Virus as well as provide components pivotal to creating new B.O.W.s like the Licker Betas.

nor was his "fear" of the virus.

He has no fear of any virus. The only time he questions a virus is when he wonders about what might become of himself after seeing the affects that Sergei's virus had on him based on emotions and stuff. Why would that be important to note in this game? It didn't deal with his own virus getting out of control like Sergei's did.

Considering he's just as insane and rediculously charactered like he's always been.

He was always more careful

Like hell

and nothing about him suggested that he wanted to try to conquer the world

....almost the entire series suggests that he'd want to try and conquer the world. Wesker desires power. If he could take over the world, he'd do it. He even states in UC that he'll write the history for this world. All he's ever been is a power-hungry bastard.

threw a plan that could never accomplish that goal.

We don't know the extent of his plans in 5. It isn't elaborated upon enough.
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#23katarokinimotoPosted 8/26/2010 8:21:44 PM
"We don't know the extent of his plans in 5. It isn't elaborated upon enough."

it seemed straightforward to me, force the evolution of the human race using uroboros, a virus that never properly accepted a host before. He basically took a virus that caused mutation and planned to infect the world with it so that only those able to bond with it could survive. With no guarantee it would bond with anyone, he might as well have infected the world with T or Veronica, at least they had bonded with hosts in a way that could be considered evolution. I gotta say that is wayyy too careless even for wesker. I'll give you that he's a megalomaniac, but he's too precise with planning to execute a plan that might fail even without outside interference.
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#24edward18Posted 8/26/2010 10:12:28 PM
We have no way of knowing if it accepted a host before or not as we only see 3 people infected with it throughout the course of the game. Wesker wouldn't use a virus that he'd create without knowing the extent of its potential.

at least they had bonded with hosts in a way that could be considered evolution.

Bonding with a virus isn't evolution.
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#25Ether101Posted 8/28/2010 3:33:44 PM
...what are you talking about? He obviously used what he gained of Umbrella to further his goals in Kijuju and help track down things about the Progenitor Virus as well as provide components pivotal to creating new B.O.W.s like the Licker Betas.

Go play Separate Ways.

He has no fear of any virus. The only time he questions a virus is when he wonders about what might become of himself after seeing the affects that Sergei's virus had on him based on emotions and stuff. Why would that be important to note in this game? It didn't deal with his own virus getting out of control like Sergei's did.

His virus is the same one that Sergei used, and it wasn't never about it going out of control but rather how the viruses sociological makeup of the individual.

....almost the entire series suggests that he'd want to try and conquer the world. Wesker desires power. If he could take over the world, he'd do it. He even states in UC that he'll write the history for this world. All he's ever been is a power-hungry bastard.

Can you name any of them? There's a big differences between wanting power and wanting to rule the world.

We don't know the extent of his plans in 5. It isn't elaborated upon enough.

His plans were elaborated on.

We have no way of knowing if it accepted a host before or not as we only see 3 people infected with it throughout the course of the game. Wesker wouldn't use a virus that he'd create without knowing the extent of its potential.

RE5 made it clear that is exactly what Wesker did. There are a couple of files about Uroboros and all of them make Wesker's out to be as simple minded as he does during his boss fight at the end of the game. Nothing ever suggest that he had a way of controlling survives and to say that the was because you don't want to admit that its a flaw is sad.

Bonding with a virus isn't evolution.

There's this idea that part of evolution is the result of viruses.

http://www.sott.net/articles/show/202112-I-Virus-Why-You-re-Only-Half-human

I think that goes into it a little.
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#26edward18Posted 8/28/2010 4:16:00 PM
Go play Separate Ways.

That's the only part I can stand playing of 4 after beating that game. What about it?

His virus is the same one that Sergei used,

I would like to think so, but they never give enough information on either instances of the (potentially two) virus(es) to really be sure.

and it wasn't never about it going out of control but rather how the viruses sociological makeup of the individual.

The notes were about mutating based on how one's feelings and subconcious were. Wesker questioned what might have become of himself.

Can you name any of them? There's a big differences between wanting power and wanting to rule the world.

Not really. If someone wanting power is handed the world, they're gonna take it.

His plans were elaborated on.

How?

RE5 made it clear that is exactly what Wesker did.

No it did not.

There are a couple of files about Uroboros and all of them make Wesker's out to be as simple minded as he does during his boss fight at the end of the game. Nothing ever suggest that he had a way of controlling survives and to say that the was because you don't want to admit that its a flaw is sad.

Who ever said anything about controlling the survivors? He'd have found some way to do it after the world was infected, and if not he'd have completed the goal that he sought which was just simply (what he called) evolution.

There's this idea that part of evolution is the result of viruses.

It's mutation that causes evolution. Things that are misfits of the current generation have a trait which allows them to survive where others don't and that trait is passed on to their descendants. That is evolution. Viruses don't do that.
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#27MMKirbyPosted 9/5/2010 9:50:32 AM
Leon's story didn't end in RE2,because Ada was still alive and she gave Leon RL to kill off MR X.

Sigh, just started this game and now its spoiled.
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