History VideoGame / ResidentEvil2

16th May '17 11:58:48 AM Asue
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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Unlike other games in the series, there's no need to finish the game first to change clothes. A zombified Brad Vickers shows up just outside the police station if the player reaches it without picking up any items on the way there, and he takes a lot more ammo to kill than most (an upward shotgun blast will kill him nice and easy, however). Once he's dead, Brad will drop a Special Key one can use on the locker in the Dark Room save point that has two costumes for Leon (a "gangbanger" type with a beanie hat and vest and a leather jacket and jeans set) and one for Claire (a flame-patterned denim suit). They also come with some slight extras as well. When Leon's wearing any of his alts, his pistol aiming stance changes so he holds his pistol with one hand, GangstaStyle, which slightly speeds up his pistol firing rate. Claire's has no built-in effect but comes with a Colt SAA gun for her which fires faster at the expense of a smaller ammo capacity, leading to constant reload.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Unlike other games in the series, there's no need to finish the game first to change clothes. A zombified Brad Vickers shows up just outside the police station if the player reaches it without picking up any items on the way there, and he takes a lot more ammo to kill than most (an upward shotgun blast will kill him nice and easy, however). Once he's dead, Brad will drop a Special Key one can use on the locker in the Dark Room save point that has two costumes for Leon (a "gangbanger" type with a beanie hat and vest and a leather jacket and jeans set) and one for Claire (a flame-patterned denim suit). They also come with some slight extras as well. When Leon's wearing any of his alts, alts (barring one on the Nintendo 64 version), his pistol aiming stance changes so he holds his pistol with one hand, GangstaStyle, which slightly speeds up his pistol firing rate. Claire's has no built-in effect but comes with a Colt SAA gun for her which fires faster at the expense of a smaller ammo capacity, leading to constant reload.
15th May '17 12:45:35 PM Asue
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* BackForTheDead: Brad Vickers, Alpha team helicopter pilot, shows up as a zombie, though it's easy to miss him. ''Resident Evil 3'' explains how he became a zombie.
* BadassBoast: Leon does this in his ending. "It's up to us to take out Umbrella!"

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* BackForTheDead: Brad Vickers, Alpha team Team's helicopter pilot, shows up as a zombie, though it's easy to miss him. ''Resident Evil 3'' explains how he became a zombie.
* BadassBoast: Leon does this in his ending. "It's
--> '''Leon''': It's
up to us to take out Umbrella!"Umbrella!



* BareYourMidriff: All the female zombie models are the same, a short brown haired woman with a shredded tank top showing their rotting stomachs. Also Claire's bonus outfit.

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* BareYourMidriff: All the female zombie models are the same, a short brown haired woman with a shredded tank top showing their rotting stomachs. Also Also, Claire's bonus outfit.



* BrutalBonusLevel: After completing the game with a high ranking, players can unlock the ''[=4th=] Survivor'' scenario. This level shows how a single Umbrella operative, HUNK, escaped the city with the G-virus. HUNK starts in the sewers and has to make it to the helipad. He begins with a sizable arsenal and two mixed herbs, but nearly every room is full of enemies. There are no saves and no item pickups, so every bullet counts. Even though it's extremely short, taking anywhere from ten to fifteen minutes to beat, & it packs in a huge amount of difficulty. To take things to the extreme, the player can later unlock a different version of the same scenario where the character is a giant block of tofu named [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Tofu]] armed only with a knife.

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* BrutalBonusLevel: After completing the game with a high ranking, players can unlock the ''[=4th=] Survivor'' scenario. This level shows how a single Umbrella operative, HUNK, escaped the city with the G-virus. HUNK starts in the sewers and has to make it to the helipad. He begins with a sizable arsenal and two mixed herbs, but nearly every room is full of enemies. There are no saves and no item pickups, so every bullet counts. Even though it's extremely short, taking anywhere from ten to fifteen minutes to beat, & it packs in a huge amount of difficulty. To take things to the extreme, the player can later unlock a different version of the same scenario where the character is a giant block of tofu named [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Tofu]] armed only with a knife.



* CassandraTruth: Marvin, the police officer you meet in the beginning of the "A" scenario, tells Leon/Claire that the surviving S.T.A.R.S. members from the [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil mansion incident]] tried to tell everyone about what happened over there, but no one listened to them. Part of the reason no one listened was due to Chief Irons dismissing the case and purposely blocking the Umbrella investigation that S.T.A.R.S. tried to conduct since he was taking bribes from the company, but it was mostly just pure disbelief on the part of the RPD.

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* CassandraTruth: Marvin, the police officer you meet in the beginning of the "A" scenario, tells Leon/Claire that the surviving S.T.A.R.S. members from the [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil mansion incident]] tried to tell everyone about what happened over there, but no one listened to them. Part of the reason no one listened was due to Chief Irons dismissing the case and purposely blocking the Umbrella investigation that the S.T.A.R.S. tried to conduct since he was taking bribes from the company, but it was mostly just pure disbelief on the part of the RPD.



** One of the extra files in the [=N64=] version mentions [=HUNK's=] boss "Christine Henri", who is actually an antagonist from a Japanese-only ''Biohazard'' audio drama starring Ada (''Ada the Spy Lives''). Since none of the drama [=CDs=] were ever released outside Japan, many players had no idea who Henri was supposed to be and thought it was just a foreshadowing for a sequel.
* CreepyCockroach: Your supporting character in both A scenarios has to deal with a sewer tunnel filled with T-virus infected cockroaches. They're huge, then can fly, and they will instantly kill Ada or Sherry if they aren't shaken off.

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** One of the extra files in the [=N64=] version mentions [=HUNK's=] boss "Christine Henri", who is actually an antagonist from a Japanese-only ''Biohazard'' audio drama starring Ada (''Ada the Spy Lives''). Since none of the drama [=CDs=] were ever released outside Japan, many players had no idea who Henri was supposed to be and thought it was just a foreshadowing for a sequel.
* CreepyCockroach: Your supporting character in both A scenarios has to deal with a sewer tunnel filled with T-virus infected cockroaches. They're huge, then they can fly, and they will instantly kill Ada or Sherry if they aren't shaken off.



* DullSurprise: Sherry at some points.
* EarlyGameHell: Right off the bat in either character's A game you are thrown into the infested streets of Raccoon, and have to navigate around and through a half dozen zombies. It gets even harder if you try to go for the secret key, as it requires you not to pick anything up until you get to the police station, meaning you will have to take a few hits in the process.

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* DullSurprise: Claire and Sherry at some points.
* EarlyGameHell: Right off the bat in either character's A game scenario, you are thrown into the infested streets of Raccoon, and have to navigate around and through a half dozen zombies. It gets even harder if you try to go for the secret key, as it requires you not to pick anything up until you get to the police station, meaning you will have to take a few hits in the process.



* FailsafeFailure: The lab's self-destruct system is not activated deliberately, it was accidental when Mr. X smashed a reactor console. The resulting short-circuiting knocked out one system after another triggering the denotation sequence, [[OhCrap with no option to abort]].

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* FailsafeFailure: The lab's self-destruct system is not activated deliberately, it was accidental when Mr. X smashed a reactor console. The resulting short-circuiting knocked out one system after another another, triggering the denotation sequence, [[OhCrap with no option to abort]].



* FourIsDeath: The main character of the ''4th Survivor'' is HUNK, who's later revealed to have the nickname "Mister Death".

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* FourIsDeath: The main character of the ''4th Survivor'' is HUNK, who's later revealed to have the nickname "Mister "Mr. Death".



* {{Gorn}}: The deaths of Brian (in either Scenario) and Ben (in Leon's Scenario A). This was also the game that made zombies getting shot gunned possibly get cut in half.

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* {{Gorn}}: The deaths death of Brian Irons (in either Scenario) scenario with Claire) and Ben (in Leon's Scenario A). A scenario). This was also the game that made zombies getting shot gunned shotgunned possibly get cut in half.



* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Raccoon City is, according to later games, under military quarantine but somehow both Leon and Claire manage to drive right into town without even learning what's happening. Also, helicopters come and go with impunity.

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* TheGuardsMustBeCrazy: Raccoon City is, according to later games, under military quarantine but somehow but, somehow, both Leon and Claire manage to drive right into town without even learning what's happening. Also, helicopters come and go with impunity.



* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: Brian Irons in Claire's Scenario B, courtesy of Birkin.
* HappyEndingOverride: To ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil''. The good endings in ''Resident Evil'' end with the mansion blowing up, implying that this will prevent the T-virus from spreading. Additionally, the [[http://i.imgur.com/Z3033D4.jpg ending screen for Chris]] shows that Umbrella has been successfully exposed and that the case was solved completely. Thanks to Birkin the virus reaches Raccoon City anyway.

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* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: Brian Irons in Claire's Scenario B, B scenario, courtesy of Birkin.
* HappyEndingOverride: To ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil''. The good endings in ''Resident Evil'' end with the mansion blowing up, implying that this will prevent the T-virus from spreading. Additionally, the [[http://i.imgur.com/Z3033D4.jpg ending screen for Chris]] shows that Umbrella has been successfully exposed and that the case was solved completely. Thanks to Birkin Birkin, the virus reaches Raccoon City anyway.



* ItsTheOnlyWayToBeSure: First the secret underground research facility, [[spoiler:then the train used to evacuate it]], explode to contain biohazardous material.

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* ItsTheOnlyWayToBeSure: First First, the secret underground research facility, [[spoiler:then the train used to evacuate it]], explode to contain biohazardous material.



** [[SelfImposedChallenge It doesn't stop some from doing a knife-only challenge, through.]]



* JustBetweenYouAndMe: For someone who is highly suspicious of everyone, and is trying to safe guard the virus, Annette feels the need to explain to everybody what the G-virus is.

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* JustBetweenYouAndMe: For someone who is highly suspicious of everyone, and is trying to safe guard safe-guard the virus, Annette feels the need to explain to everybody what the G-virus is.



** Depending who you're playing as, the first target of G's wrath is either Chief Irons or Ben. Their body soon rejects the embryo and is torn in half, spitting out a larva which must be hunted down before it can infect others.
* MeetTheNewBoss: There's a rat on the force and he has a formidable 'stache. Yes, it's the Chief of Police, filling in for the absentee Albert Wesker (still presumed dead as of this installment). Instead of being impaled by Tyrant, Chief Irons is impregnated by G. He blusters a bit before turning his gun on Claire, whereupon he's torn in two as the larva erupts from his chest cavity. Or cut in two in the other scenario

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** Depending on who you're playing as, the first target of G's wrath is either Chief Irons or Ben. Their body soon rejects the embryo and is torn in half, spitting out a larva which must be hunted down before it can infect others.
* MeetTheNewBoss: There's a rat on the force and he has a formidable 'stache. Yes, it's the Chief of Police, filling in for the absentee Albert Wesker (still presumed dead as of this installment). Instead of being impaled by Tyrant, Chief Irons is impregnated by G. He blusters a bit before turning his gun on Claire, whereupon he's torn in two as the larva erupts from his chest cavity. cavity (Claire A). Or cut in two in the other scenario(Claire B).



* MoleInCharge: "Police Chief" Irons is this to the core, as well as a psychotic lunatic with several known cases of DomesticAbuse and was charged with rape in his college days. Not only is he taking regular bribes for Umbrella and working to cover their hides, but when the outbreak finally occurs, he goes mad and deliberately screws up the efforts of the RPD to try and save people to the extent of murdering some survivors himself. And when the mayor sent his daughter to the police station believing it would be safe, Irons uses the cover-up of the outbreak to kidnap, possibly rape, and murder her.
* MultipleEndings: The game has four, an ending for each scenario. Technically, in game nothing you do in the game changes the outcome aside from which character you use first.

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* MoleInCharge: "Police Chief" Irons is this to the core, as well as a psychotic lunatic with several known cases of DomesticAbuse and was charged with rape ''rape'' in his college days. Not only is he taking regular bribes for Umbrella and working to cover their hides, but when the outbreak finally occurs, he goes mad and deliberately screws up the efforts of the RPD to try and save people to the extent of murdering some survivors himself. And when the mayor sent his daughter to the police station station, believing it would be safe, Irons uses the cover-up of the outbreak to kidnap, possibly rape, and murder her.
* MultipleEndings: The game has four, an ending four endings, one for each scenario. Technically, in game game, nothing you do in the game changes the outcome aside from which character you use first.



* RoadCone: Future games make it clear that the Claire A/Leon B route is effectively the canon route, compared to the Leon A/Claire B route.

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* RoadCone: Future games make it clear that the Claire A/Leon B route is effectively the canon route, compared to the Leon A/Claire B route.route (which only the novelization and CD dramas took).



* SkippableBoss: The game has three. If either character uses the fuel tank to kill the alligator in the sewers in the A scenario, then the character in the B scenario doesn't have to fight it. Mr. X can be run away from in every one of his encounters except for the last. Leon gets an additional encounter with Birkin on the tram ride to the warehouse, where he smashes his claws through the ceiling. You can shoot him until he he gives up, or you can just let Ada take care of it.

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* SkippableBoss: The game has three. If either character uses the fuel tank to kill the alligator in the sewers in the A scenario, then the character in the B scenario doesn't have to fight it. Mr. X can be run away from in every one of his encounters except for the last. Leon gets an additional encounter with Birkin on the tram ride to the warehouse, where he smashes his claws through the ceiling. You can shoot him until he he gives up, or you can just let Ada take care of it.



* SmallGirlBigGun: Claire, the untrained college student, gets a lightning-throwing spark gun and a grenade launcher, and can also pick up a submachine gun and a rocket launcher (as well as a secret Gatling gun). You can even use a [=GameShark=] to give Sherry guns.

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* SmallGirlBigGun: Claire, the untrained college student, gets a lightning-throwing spark gun and a grenade launcher, and can also pick up a submachine gun and a rocket launcher (as well as a secret Gatling gun).
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You can even use a [=GameShark=] to give Sherry ''Sherry'' guns.



* TheSociopath: Brian Irons definitely shows signs of this. In college, he was accused of sexual assault TWICE, but got off largely due to his high grades. This implies that he is dangerously intelligent and charismatic, traits that would also allow him to rise to the rank of chief of police. While chief, he keeps a TortureCellar and regularly takes bribes from the nefarious Umbrella Corporation. Once the zombie outbreak hits, he knows that he will die, so he shows extreme selfishness by trying to take his fellow officers down with him. This is, of course in addition to murdering and possibly stuffing the mayor's daughter.

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* TheSociopath: Brian Irons definitely shows signs of this. In college, he was accused of sexual assault TWICE, ''TWICE'', but got off largely due to his high grades. This implies that he is dangerously intelligent and charismatic, traits that would also allow him to rise to the rank of chief of police. While chief, he keeps a TortureCellar and regularly takes bribes from the nefarious Umbrella Corporation. Once the zombie outbreak hits, he knows that he will die, so he shows extreme selfishness by trying to take his fellow officers down with him. This is, of course in addition to murdering and possibly stuffing the mayor's daughter.



** He tries to do the same thing in Claire B (althought he's not infected, this time), but before he shoots, Birkin catches him from beyond the trap door and [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe cuts him in half]] instead.



* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: In scenario Claire B, Claire and Sherry go past [[spoiler:Chief Irons]], who is HalfTheManHeUsedToBe. While Claire has seen this before, Sherry should be terrifed.

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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: In scenario Claire B, Claire and Sherry go past [[spoiler:Chief Irons]], who is HalfTheManHeUsedToBe. While Claire has seen this before, Sherry should be terrifed.



** Sherry receives a few mentions in other games after ''[=RE2=]'' (namely in the epilogues in ''[=RE3=]'' and in ''Wesker's Report''), but doesn't actually show up in the series again [[TheBusCameBack until]] ''Resident Evil 6''.

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** Sherry receives a few mentions in other games after ''[=RE2=]'' (namely in the epilogues in ''[=RE3=]'' and in ''Wesker's Report''), but doesn't actually show up in the series again [[TheBusCameBack until]] ''Resident Evil 6''.''RE6''.
7th May '17 7:16:29 AM viking1911
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* BlackAndGreyMorality: The Umbrella Corporation is straight up evil, with their Mengele-esque human experimentation and destruction of an entire city. But TheGovernment is no saint either. Sherry is sequestered away as a top secret test subject due to her G-Virus infection and spends all of her teens to her early 20's in government facilities.
16th Mar '17 12:47:01 PM Asue
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Whereas ''Resident Evil'' segregated its branching paths, ''Resident Evil 2'' allows the player to replay both routes from either Leon or Claire's perspective, creating a total of four possible scenarios. Under this premise, actions performed by the first character affect the environment of the second (e.g. an uncovered passage in Claire's playthrough likely won't need re-clearing in Leon's chapter). Players can unlock a minigame called ''The [=4th=] Survivor'' after finishing both characters' scenarios, as well as a harder version of the same called ''The Tofu Survivor''. Later releases of the game added an ''Extreme Battle'' mode.

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Whereas ''Resident Evil'' segregated its branching paths, ''Resident Evil 2'' allows the player to replay both routes from either Leon or Claire's perspective, creating a total of four possible scenarios. Under this premise, actions performed by the first character affect the environment of the second (e.g. an uncovered passage in Claire's playthrough likely won't need re-clearing in Leon's chapter). Players can unlock a minigame called ''The [=4th=] Survivor'' after finishing both characters' scenarios, as well as a harder version of the same called ''The Tofu Survivor''. Later releases of the game (omitting the Nintendo 64 version) added an the ''Extreme Battle'' mode.



** This is also the first game in the series that has automatic weapons in its arsenal (a gatling gun and an MAC-11, to be specific), but only one character in either scenario can obtain the MAC-11 before the endgame and you need to beat the game in a certain period of time [[labelnote:info]]Beat either "B" scenario in under 3 hours with an A or B rank for an infinite-ammo MAC-11 for both characters; do the same thing for the gatling gun, except in under 2 and a half hours[[/labelnote]] in order to get the gatling gun at all. There's also customized shotgun and handgun models[[labelnote:info]]in the first game, only three kinds of guns are available: a Beretta handgun, a Remington shotgun, and a Colt Python magnum. There's also Chris' flamethrower, which is pretty useless, and Jill's grenade launcher whose ammo was very rare, with only ''two'' sets of acid rounds available in the whole game[[/labelnote]].
* AdjustableCensorship: The N64 version.

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** This is also the first game in the series that has automatic weapons in its arsenal (a gatling gun and an MAC-11, to be specific), but only one character in either scenario can obtain the MAC-11 before the endgame and you need to beat the game in a certain period of time [[labelnote:info]]Beat either "B" scenario in under 3 hours with an A or B rank for an infinite-ammo MAC-11 for both characters; do the same thing for the gatling gun, except in under 2 and a half hours[[/labelnote]] in order to get the gatling gun at all. There's There are also customized shotgun and handgun models[[labelnote:info]]in the first game, only three kinds of guns are available: a Beretta handgun, a Remington shotgun, and a Colt Python magnum. There's also Chris' flamethrower, which is pretty useless, and Jill's grenade launcher whose ammo was very rare, with only ''two'' sets of acid rounds available in the whole game[[/labelnote]].
* AdjustableCensorship: The N64 version.Nintendo 64 version only.



* AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent: You temporarily take control of the player character's partner at certain points in the game. For Leon, you get to play as Ada Wong and for Claire, you get to play as Sherry Birkin. Ada carries a pistol and a first aid spray, while Sherry only carries a first aid spray. Sherry also runs slower than the adult characters, making it difficult to outrun the zombie dogs in the A scenario, but her shortness make it easier to dodge the zombies in the B; they can't grab her, only spit, which is easy to avoid. Sherry also doesn't limp when severely injured, which makes her more likely to make a last ditch escape. However, it is up to the player to manually check her health in the inventory screen because her character model does not show damage.

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* AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent: You temporarily take control of the player character's partner at certain points in the game. For Leon, you get to play as Ada Wong and for Claire, you get to play as Sherry Birkin. Ada carries a pistol and a first aid spray, while Sherry only carries a first aid spray. Sherry also runs slower than the adult characters, making it difficult to outrun the zombie dogs in the A scenario, but her shortness make it easier to dodge the zombies in the B; B one; they can't grab her, only spit, which is easy to avoid. Sherry also doesn't limp when severely injured, which makes her more likely to make a last ditch escape. However, it is up to the player to manually check her health in the inventory screen because her character model does not show damage.



* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler: Police Chief Brian Irons is a murderer, torturer, and probable rapist. He is killed when G implants a creature which soon bursts out of his chest. William Birkin is a MadScientist of the highest order. He is shot repeatedly and injects himself with his own creation which turns him into a horrific monster which is eventually blown to hell.]]

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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler: Police Chief Brian Irons is a murderer, torturer, and probable rapist. He is killed when G implants a creature which soon bursts out of his chest. ]]
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William Birkin is a MadScientist of the highest order. He is shot repeatedly and injects himself with his own creation which turns him into a horrific monster which is eventually blown to hell.]]
9th Mar '17 4:46:29 PM ajbit26
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** Not entirely. If you have some room to maneuver and some skill/luck, you should be able to down a zombie or two. The knife is best when used in conjunction with the pistol to help you save ammo. Down them with the pistol and [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown slash the hell out of them]] before they can get back up.
8th Mar '17 6:59:36 PM viking1911
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** Not entirely. If you have some room to maneuver and some skill/luck, you should be able to down a zombie or two. The knife is best when used in conjunction with the pistol to help you save ammo. Down them with the pistol and [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown: slash the hell out of them]] before they can get back up.

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** Not entirely. If you have some room to maneuver and some skill/luck, you should be able to down a zombie or two. The knife is best when used in conjunction with the pistol to help you save ammo. Down them with the pistol and [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown: [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown slash the hell out of them]] before they can get back up.
8th Mar '17 6:59:05 PM viking1911
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** Not entirely. If you have some room to maneuver and some skill/luck, you should be able to down a zombie or two. The knife is best when used in conjunction with the pistol to help you save ammo. Down them with the pistol and [[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown: slash the hell out of them]] before they can get back up.
14th Feb '17 12:01:44 PM G-Editor
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* TheSociopath: Brian Irons definitely shows signs of this. In college, he was accused of sexual assault TWICE, but got off largely due to his high grades. This implies that he is dangerously intelligent and charismatic, traits that would also allow him to rise to the rank of chief of police. While chief, he keeps a TortureCellar and regularly takes bribes from the nefarious Umbrella Corporation. Once the zombie outbreak hits, he knows that he will die, so he shows extreme selfishness by trying to take his fellow officers down with him. This is, of course in addition to murdering and possibly stuffing the mayor's daughter.


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* TheSociopath: Brian Irons definitely shows signs of this. In college, he was accused of sexual assault TWICE, but got off largely due to his high grades. This implies that he is dangerously intelligent and charismatic, traits that would also allow him to rise to the rank of chief of police. While chief, he keeps a TortureCellar and regularly takes bribes from the nefarious Umbrella Corporation. Once the zombie outbreak hits, he knows that he will die, so he shows extreme selfishness by trying to take his fellow officers down with him. This is, of course in addition to murdering and possibly stuffing the mayor's daughter.
11th Jan '17 11:47:50 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* RuleOfCool: The shotgun upgrade is... [[GunsDoNotWorkThatWay implausible, to put it mildly]][[note]]The Remington 1100 is not a pump-action shotgun, and you can't turn a pump-action Remington 870 into a semi-auto without major gunsmithing and metalwork[[/note]], but that doesn't stop the Custom M1100 from being one of the coolest damn weapons in the game.

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* RuleOfCool: The shotgun upgrade is... [[GunsDoNotWorkThatWay implausible, to put it mildly]][[note]]The Remington 1100 is not a pump-action shotgun, and you can't couldn't turn a pump-action Remington 870 into a semi-auto without major ''very'' extensive gunsmithing and metalwork[[/note]], but that doesn't stop the Custom M1100 from being one of the coolest damn weapons in the game.
31st Dec '16 6:20:02 AM AlinhoAlisson
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* HappyEndingOverride: To ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil''. The good endings in ''Resident Evil'' end with the mansion blowing up, implying that this will prevent the T-virus from spreading. Thanks to Birkin the virus reaches Raccoon City anyway.

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* HappyEndingOverride: To ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil''. The good endings in ''Resident Evil'' end with the mansion blowing up, implying that this will prevent the T-virus from spreading. Additionally, the [[http://i.imgur.com/Z3033D4.jpg ending screen for Chris]] shows that Umbrella has been successfully exposed and that the case was solved completely. Thanks to Birkin the virus reaches Raccoon City anyway.
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