History Headscratchers / ResidentEvil

3rd Aug '17 10:33:19 AM RadiatedRonin
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* Where are the bathrooms in the mansion in the first game? How would this look on paper? "10 bedroom mansion set on 10 acres of trackless forest. No bathroom, and all the locks use a different key. $200 or best offer!"
14th Jun '17 4:02:24 PM Sharlee
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*** Except that Nemesis had just been equipped with a minigun so powerful that ''anyone'' could have taken the S.T.A.R.S. guys down with it. Really, the "test" was far more a test of the minigun than the giant dude lugging it around.
7th Mar '17 9:19:45 PM Sharlee
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** The creatures sealed up in the containment chambers weren't a result of the outbreak, they were a result of Umbrella's researchers testing out the T-virus to see what it could do. Why do you think the Red Queen knew that eating somebody would upgrade the Licker's hunting abilities?
29th Jan '17 5:10:56 AM Ragnarok05
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**** [[spoiler: Well, now thanks to the last film, we know that is indeed what they planned to do.]]
24th Jan '17 8:19:18 PM ThorennG
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* In the third movie, Wesker says to Dr Issacs that he expects a report within a week despite it being obvious that that's not nearly enough time, now later on in the movie Issacs finds Alice, Wesker basically says screw you, despite tests using less viable blood actually working in a fashion, in other words with pure alice blood the cure would probably work, so whats up with Weskers attitude to someone who is clearly a mad, but competant scientist, with a possible supercure?

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* In the third movie, Wesker says to Dr Issacs that he expects a report within a week despite it being obvious that that's not nearly enough time, now later on in the movie Issacs finds Alice, Wesker basically says screw you, despite tests using less viable blood actually working in a fashion, in other words with pure alice blood the cure would probably work, so whats up with Weskers attitude to someone who is clearly a mad, but competant scientist, with a possible supercure?supercure?
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22nd Jan '17 1:07:55 AM finalfaw
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* In the third movie, Wesker says to Dr Issacs that he expects a report within a week despite it being obvious that that's not nearly enough time, now later on in the movie Issacs finds Alice, Wesker basically says screw you, despite tests using less viable blood actually working in a fashion, in other words with pure alice blood the cure would probably work, so whats up with Weskers attitude to someone who is clearly a mad, but competant scientist, with a possible supercure?
21st Jan '17 7:32:18 PM finalfaw
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*** To be fair the AI logic wasn't great either, it is shown at the crux point of the movie that they were ACTIVELY making a cure for inital infection stage T-virus, and it works, if the RQ had any sense of actual logic, it would of locked down the place yes, but then informed the staff that an outbreak may have occoured and to go get shot up with the cure, or at least inform the head supervisors of the hive to round everyone up for the cure. it goes against logic to do "lets kill everyone infected as they will turn anyway and possibly get out if anyone does exactly what happened in the movies.


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** It's a RE2 reference, in the game the main characters initally got split up by a infected truck driver plowing his truck into their means of transport.
9th Dec '16 1:41:38 PM finalfaw
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** It's sort of explained as the eyes getting cataracts with decay, like zombies in alot of fictional works they don't attack each other because they smell the living, and hear them, because they are actually blind, or near enough to it. the glowing part is mainly due to graphical limits.
28th Oct '16 1:01:02 AM thatsnumberwang
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** Because Raccoon City is batshit insane. No town modeled on a real place could match its bizarre architecture, questionable logistics, comically corrupt officials and strange emblem-based block-pushing security systems.
26th Oct '16 9:00:49 PM flyboy254
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* Maybe this was mentioned somewhere and I never found it, but is there a reason that Racoon City isn't set in Pennsylvania? I mean the early games were basically a giant shout-out to Romero's "Dead" movies, so was there some copyright issue that Capcom wanted to avoid? Or did they just think that a small Midwestern town would be a location most players could easily identify?
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