I didnt dismiss leon a claire b though; ı already said " some aspects " . Claire a leon b is still main canon, future events even confirm it. Also ı know that hunk recovered the g sample leon threw away.Kamiya and Sugimura have already confirmed that all four scenarios are canon.
She runs away cause she's trying to find john. When she finds out he's dead and after leon finds her in sewers; that's when they start to bond each other.No. She constantly runs away, suspiciously silent and says words like "we'll play by your rules, for now."
But anyways; ı still dont see the problem with ada in og game. I think ı agree with this review when it comes to ada:
As for the kiss scene in reimagining; it's just a forced scene that has ada using that to manipulate leon. In leon b; it was an earnest declaration of love.
Saw this comment on a video related to re2 2019 and ı agree with it:
" Claire's shrugging off of Chris being in Europe due to thinking he's fine and on vacation. And even though she thinks his (probably coded) letter was weird and not like him, there's still nothing to suggest she feels so concerned about Chris that she'd fly to Europe and invade Umbrella's HQ over that. That, and how nonchalant she is in the ending with going with Leon and Sherry to who knows where, rather than making it clear she was going to probably separate from their group like in the original.
Ada's "death" is changed to the falling one, even though they've been pushing the B scenario death scene for at least a decade now in all depictions/imagining's of 2's events. Plus the B death makes the most sense realistically too to happen that way instead of falling down a bottomless pit, when their main goal with Remake 2 is to make things more "grounded" and "realistic" than they were before.
Leon's small part in getting Sherry moved from the safe room to the train is removed, taking away his part in the story of saving Sherry. When Sherry acts with gratitude later when shown in 6 about Leon saving her life, even though in this new version he didn't do anything except show up at the end.
Leon seems to be more into joining the government of his own freewill by the end of Re2make instead of being blackmailed and forced to join like before. Granted, they never really made proper use of that plot point anyway with Leon's character, but it still happened and it tied into Sherry's story as well.
And though this part is more subjective, I don't think they really pulled off the romantic angle of Ada and Leon here very well. The original also didn't really use this plot well either, but there was more chemistry involved in their relationship to where you could feel it was romantic. Here it feels more like they were just working together and sorta became friends instead of Love Interests. And the kiss here feels more forced and more along the lines of Ada manipulating Leon to go do the thing she wants of him instead of an earnest declaration of love. Honestly, there was more romantic chemistry and hints towards Leon and Claire being a thing more than Ada and Leon.
Oh, and they replaced the Ivy's too, along with other enemies. Even though they were a bonafide BOW that was later used to build the Ivy's in Operation Javier in Darkside Chronicles. "
Are you talking about fabiano's tweet? If so; ı saw it before. It's just a lazy answer. The og re2 and re3 are more canon cause they tell more complete stories. The reimaginings are grey canon.After the release of the remake of the third game, Fabiano said several times that the remakes and the originals are canonical at the same time. This quote is so famous that only the laziest fan doesn't know about it.
Just because new interpretations may not have the greatest weight in the canon does not mean that they are not canonical. You are mistaken.
Btw why do you call re2 2019 and re3 2020 " remakes " ? They are not. They are reimaginings. Even in the interviews, they are called reimagining.