To be honest, I feel that wasting even more time on this is counterproductive.She had accepted a new mission. What that was, Capcom never revealed.
You mean like the Queen Leech or the Pursuer? Because this is exactly the category of villains that she occupies.No one really cares about Miranda since she’s underdeveloped compared to other villains.
This is literally happening right now.I honestly think we need one shadow organisation leader again, so we get some consistency.
With project w; ı think ı would have liked it more if all of those 13 test subjects survived instead of only 2 which feels like an inconsistent decision in terms of writing. I think they wanted to showcase spencer much more pitiful in re5 which is already shown by his death at the hands of albert but making 11 of those subjects failures is unnecessary and feels more like a lazy writing.There is an RE for everyone, at this point there is no reason in labeling what an RE game is supposed to be. Capcom will make whatever they want to keep up with trends and add more questions than answers.
I do think Alex plot piggybacking off Project W and Neil Fisher was a waste of potential. Making her become terminally ill after injecting T-Wesker severely limited her influence within the timeline. Some of her backstory is locked behind Heavenly Island which STILL hasn’t been translated. They really rushed her character. It’s a shame, because her younger renditions in Resistance are quite hot to be frank and it would of been interesting to have another reoccurring villain again.
I am more skeptical over brainwashed Natalia’s return. Maybe she will end the world in RE9 and end the series. Who knows what Capcom is thinking these days “listening” to 3 different fanbases.
Who somehow managed to stumble upon a cave that so happens to have the strongest mold colony on the planet, that is far fetched and unbelievable to me even for a science fiction franchise. Spenser had to do extensive research and use up countless resources to even find and retrieve the Progenitor Flower’s, and even then they weren’t producing the virus because it was removed from its natural habitat. You would think Spenser would of gave the Megamycete a second look instead of spending his entire fortune and life on a what-if virus that was not guaranteed results.You mention Miranda's past, but she was an ordinary grieving mother who was consumed by mold.
These lands had a rich history with this fungal root.Who somehow managed to stumble upon a cave that so happens to have the strongest mold colony on the planet, that is far fetched and unbelievable to me even for a science fiction franchise.
Sure, but this is the path he chose himself. He wanted to evolve and become an immortal God. These ambitions were beyond his competence, although, to be fair, he had every opportunity to achieve this. If he had at least been more patient, he could have saved some Weskers.Spenser had to do extensive research and use up countless resources to even find and retrieve the Progenitor Flower’s, and even then they weren’t producing the virus because it was removed from its natural habitat.
That's why we have Spencer's right-hand man, with whom he worked in Africa, and his organization to begin with.You would think Spenser would of gave the Megamycete a second look instead of spending his entire fortune and life on a what-if virus that was not guaranteed results.
As they say, power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Once Spencer could have been a nobleman with pure intentions, but this fascism grew in him when he realized that he could be superior. And many things, be it his name and the crest in the cave, which is similar to his family's, were like signs of fate that he was chosen to carry out such a mission.Unless I am missing something but she didn’t seem like the world conquering type before becoming immortal. Like you said, she lost her humanity after merging with the mold for so long, so what was Spenser’s excuse for acting out such atrocities against humanity?
Yeah ı remember the files saying that umbrella was in a bad situation which leads to their downfall. It's also the 1st entry which takes a place at a new year other than 1998. That being 2002. They return to this year with operation javier scenario in darkside chronicles too which is also pretty cool imo.I always felt Morpheus was an underrated villain and the events of Dead Aim are often overlooked at by the majority of fans. They don’t realize that the events of that game helped to expose Umbrella even further and more or less lead up to their ultimate demise in Russia.
At the time of Dead Aim in 2002, the court proceedings were moving at a snails pace for Umbrella v. United States so this was an even bigger revelation for the public eye for vilifying Umbrella even further than what happened in Raccoon City.