Yeah, it's quite syncretic, and I love Village for that. I even generally love the Resident Evil series and Japanese games for that. For example, if you look at the first game, you will see a mess where an action hero with an outdated Vietnam War vest runs around a grotesque mansion and fights with references to various horror, action and thriller films. No real virus can infect all life forms, and the cheese virus from the game literally makes monsters from the movies of Romero, Hitchcock, Spielberg, and so on. And the funny thing is that it makes sense in the game, if it's even that dramatic.If this doesn't go down in history as the weirdest instalment to date, then I don't know what to tell you.
It’s why I’m so heavily critical of RE8 for introducing these themes. Despite having scientific explanations, it’s still dancing the line between science fiction and straight up fantasy. I was always hesitant for Alexia having flammable blood for example. While it was cool, I wouldn’t want her powers to become a gameplay mechanic in a mainline game. A lot has been left in obscurity in the series, like how exactly G was birthed inside Lisa and why Sherry isn’t huge like Lady D, despite both of them having high regeneration.Lol, I believe Sugimura wrote superhero shows for Japanese television before he was invited to write BIO2. This is the reason why in 1998, some fans did not accept the game and criticized it for the lack of Resident Evil essence, since the original was more pure horror.
The series began to develop more action, and the next generation of mutants with Birkin was planned back in the 1990s, when they were designing Spencer's son. I believe they just delayed the inevitable.
Funnily enough, even Chris Redfield himself mentioned comic books when talking to Wesker. The Resident Evil series, as well as the horror genre in general, has points of contact with the superhero culture, thanks to which so many Resident Evil fans are also fans of comic books. But personally, I like Resident Evil for the fact that there are quite strict rules of the world, so you can't add gods and robots to one world just like that.
Well, I'm one of those people who would use the flexible architecture of Resident Evil to the fullest and do wilder things. For example, a game about a conquistador in the Middle Ages, or a game about a xenobiological corporation that would find the source of the Progenitor Virus on one of the satellites in space.Sometimes we have to take a step back and accept things for what they are at times.
Nah, I'm sorry. The new game showed a satisfactory amount of knowledge for me:But you know what I mean.
Rosemary is basically the second Eveline. She can secrete mycelium from her body, infect people with it, and control their minds. The only difference is that her body does not have the same defects that Eveline has, that is, she will not inadvertently vomit fungus and age faster.mysterious powers of hers