I was thinking that at this point the only way to bring resident evil back together would be to bring back Oswell as a active villain for a short time, considering the timeline what technology is available to accomplish this in universe?
Nah. They need to fix the middle of the story by replacing 5 and 6, and whatever they're currently doing with 4. Change the events of what happens to Wesker, Umbrella and Ozwell entirely without conflicting with 7 and up.I was thinking that at this point the only way to bring resident evil back together would be to bring back Oswell as a active villain for a short time, considering the timeline what technology is available to accomplish this in universe?
5 isn’t perfect because it’s the beginning of them using proper environmental storytelling which they’re incompetent at, but 6 was literally 3 games smashed into one in a attempt to tell a entire tv season of story in one game. They’re bad but in entirely different ways and at entirely different levels of severity. 5 is fine 6 is bad for being the odd man out of the second trilogy and shitting the science bed.Nah. They need to fix the middle of the story by replacing 5 and 6, and whatever they're currently doing with 4. Change the events of what happens to Wesker, Umbrella and Ozwell entirely.
I think a entirely disconnected story is a recipe for disaster. Ultimately everything has been United by being in someway related to a lab leak in 1998. There’s really no other proper set up.Basically, it's time to move on to sequels. I think going back to old stories is preventing Capcom from being as creative as they ought to be in this day of age.
Yeah, we got RE8. I personally thought it was an embarrassment to the franchise, in general. Like somebody who you invite to a big party, but you feel bad afterwards because they made an arse of themselves in front of the other guests, and you feel dumb for bringing them along to show you up.
The both of them are dead and one of them is in a fly over game.There is basically no need for Spencer's return, because both of his "children", Albert and Alex, are somewhat alive and aim to fulfill the old man's dream of forced evolution and a new order. Albert or his heir even uses Umbrella for this purpose.
But to answer your question, the "ceremony" technology of that Alex Wesker improved and used was invented by Spencer, possibly inspired by Mother Miranda's ceremony. Perhaps somewhere out there, in a forgotten family castle, Oswell's daughter or son lives with a split consciousness, since the technology wasn't stable.
Another Hitchcock-like scenario for the series.
I have a hope basket too let’s see what’s in itAlex Wesker is now in the body of Natalia Korda, so I hope they go somewhere with that story someday.
None of that sounds like a fresh enough idea to end up in a mainline game. All of that sound like plot from a revelations 4 game or something.They have 8 branches of the BSAA and 10 of the companies competing in the black market introduced in UCorps to play around with. One of them, Shen-Ya Pharmaceuticals, was featured in the Heavenly Island manga. Now that BSAA may become the new “big bad” those other branches may split off and will have to be dealt with in future games.
The possibilities are endless really as there are dozens of loose ends that still need addressing. The Family, The Connections, Brandon Bailey or either Wesker returning in some form, it goes on and on.
Now whether they can be creative with these ideas and make a grand masterpiece of a game down the road will remain to be seen, but there is so much going on in the background to the mainline story it’s enough to make your head spin.
Still more interesting than the “Winter Family Saga” we got that ultimately lead to nowhere. All we got out of it was more superpowers that don’t fit the “realism” aspect to RE.None of that sounds like a fresh enough idea to end up in a mainline game. All of that sound like plot from a revelations 4 game or something.
I think creatures in RE past the 3rd game lack a good explanation as to where they’re storing the energy and resources to undergo the massive, violent transformations they often do. The tyrants can be explained by them having more efficient fat storage and presumably eating whoever they find, plaga fall under similar rules, C-virus mutants should be burning out on their own realistically and are too similar morphologically to plaga mutants. Veronica really doesn’t explain where the energy is coming from, and cadou phases between realistic and anime at the drop of a hat.It fits perfectly.
You can still find in the game how gigantic Dimitrescu, who has mutated into a dracula-like form, complains of exhaustion. How much she needs blood, a lot of blood. It's the same with Jack Baker, who cried after mutating how hungry he was.cadou phases between realistic and anime at the drop of a hat