History VideoGame / ResidentEvil4

3rd Feb '17 9:56:52 PM troperHearts
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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: If you kill an enemy while Ashley is hiding behind you, she'll sometimes [[NotSoAboveItAll pump her fist in approval]].
23rd Jan '17 5:45:21 PM Wuz
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** If Leon tries to hide in the tower when the Ganados attack him for stepping foot in their village, they'll immediately start tossing in molotov cocktails in order to cook him.



** If Leon tries to hide in the tower when the Ganados attack him for stepping foot in their village, they'll immediately start tossing in molotov cocktails in order to cook him.
21st Dec '16 8:23:11 PM Az_Tech341
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* BadassNormal: Leon, several times over. He was previously seen as a police officer on his first day, barely surviving an encounter with zombies and other horrors, but even then he was shown to have a lot of raw talent to survive the events of that game. Now, after extensive training, he's assigned to protect ''the President'' and his family. And then there's the events of the game, where he heads over to Europe to simply investigate the whereabouts of the President's daughter, completely unaware and unprepared for the hordes of freaks and monsters he's heading straight into. And guess what? He comes out on top.

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* BadassNormal: Leon, several times over. He was previously seen as a police officer on his first day, barely surviving an encounter with zombies and other horrors, but even then he was shown to have a lot of raw talent to survive the events of that game. Now, after extensive training, he's assigned to protect ''the President'' and his family. And then there's the events of the game, where he heads over to Europe to simply investigate the whereabouts of the President's daughter, completely unaware and unprepared for the hordes of freaks and monsters he's heading straight into. [[spoiler: And guess what? He comes out on top.]]
21st Dec '16 10:31:16 AM PF
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* BadassNormal: Leon, several times over. He was previously seen as a police officer on his first day, barely surviving an encounter with zombies and other horrors, but even then he was shown to have a lot of raw talent to survive the events of that game. Now, after extensive training, he's assigned to protect ''the President'' and his family. And then there's the events of the game, where he heads over to Europe to simply investigate the whereabouts of the President's daughter, completely unaware and unprepared for the hordes of freaks and monsters he's heading straight into. And guess what? He comes out on top.



* CableCarActionSequence: Mendez has a group of Ganados ambush Leon and Ashley on a ski lift.

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* CableCarActionSequence: CableCarActionSequence:
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Mendez has a group of Ganados ambush Leon and Ashley on a ski lift.lift.
** The mine cart sequence in Chapter 4-3.
20th Dec '16 4:44:14 PM papyru30
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* CableCarActionSequence: The mine cart sequence in Chapter 4-3.

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* CableCarActionSequence: The mine cart sequence in Chapter 4-3.Mendez has a group of Ganados ambush Leon and Ashley on a ski lift.
3rd Dec '16 9:19:34 AM MightyKombat
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->'''Jack Krauser:''' What do you fight for, Comrade?
->'''Leon S. Kennedy:''' My past, I guess...

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->'''Jack Krauser:''' What do is it that you fight for, Comrade?
comrade?
->'''Leon S. Kennedy:''' My past, I guess...
suppose...
15th Nov '16 7:01:01 PM nombretomado
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** The VideoGame/{{Killer7}} magnum. Its rival, the Broken [[RevolversAreJustBetter Butterfly]], has more power (a whopping ''50.0''), [[RuleOfCool a badass reloading animation]], and it can be found mid-game for ''free''. The [=Killer7=] holds two more bullets and has a faster reload. It's also only available in the end game, has no exclusive upgrade, and the Broken Butterfly surpasses it most of the time anyway because its upgrades are available earlier on.

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** The VideoGame/{{Killer7}} VideoGame/Killer7 magnum. Its rival, the Broken [[RevolversAreJustBetter Butterfly]], has more power (a whopping ''50.0''), [[RuleOfCool a badass reloading animation]], and it can be found mid-game for ''free''. The [=Killer7=] holds two more bullets and has a faster reload. It's also only available in the end game, has no exclusive upgrade, and the Broken Butterfly surpasses it most of the time anyway because its upgrades are available earlier on.



* SortingAlgorithmOfWeaponEffectiveness: The Merchant sells you progressively better weapons as the game progresses. Can be annoying, as he also sells you upgrades for your current weapons. So, you spend 80,000 pesetas upgrading your shotgun so it can carry 9 rounds and has a power level of 8, then the Riot Gun (which uses the same ammo) becomes available for 40,000 pesetas, carries 10 rounds, and starts with a power level of 9.5. It does compensate for this somewhat by making the earlier weapons better than the later weapons [[MagikarpPower when you have the dedication to stick with them and fully upgrade them]] (or at least gives them some advantage). For example, the Broken Butterfly revolver ends up more powerful than the semi-automatic Killer7 (both use the game's rare-but-powerful magnum rounds), and the bolt action rifle ends up more powerful (albeit slower) than the semi-automatic sniper rifle. In fact, in the [=GameCube=] version, the bolt-action rifle is the only weapon in the game that can one-shot the [[BossInMookClothing red Zealot]] in the gallery in Chapter 3-2 ([[BoomHeadshot though you have to aim carefully]]).

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* SortingAlgorithmOfWeaponEffectiveness: The Merchant sells you progressively better weapons as the game progresses. Can be annoying, as he also sells you upgrades for your current weapons. So, you spend 80,000 pesetas upgrading your shotgun so it can carry 9 rounds and has a power level of 8, then the Riot Gun (which uses the same ammo) becomes available for 40,000 pesetas, carries 10 rounds, and starts with a power level of 9.5. It does compensate for this somewhat by making the earlier weapons better than the later weapons [[MagikarpPower when you have the dedication to stick with them and fully upgrade them]] (or at least gives them some advantage). For example, the Broken Butterfly revolver ends up more powerful than the semi-automatic Killer7 [=Killer7=] (both use the game's rare-but-powerful magnum rounds), and the bolt action rifle ends up more powerful (albeit slower) than the semi-automatic sniper rifle. In fact, in the [=GameCube=] version, the bolt-action rifle is the only weapon in the game that can one-shot the [[BossInMookClothing red Zealot]] in the gallery in Chapter 3-2 ([[BoomHeadshot though you have to aim carefully]]).
12th Nov '16 4:56:28 PM Grobi
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-->'''Saddler:''' "[[AGodAmI Don't you think this is a revolutionary way to propagate one's faith?]]"\\

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-->'''Saddler:''' --->'''Saddler:''' "[[AGodAmI Don't you think this is a revolutionary way to propagate one's faith?]]"\\



-->'''Leon:''' "Hunnigan, it's Leon. The door's locked. I can't get in."
-->'''Hunnigan:''' "Didn't they teach you how to pick locks at the academy?"

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-->'''Leon:''' --->'''Leon:''' "Hunnigan, it's Leon. The door's locked. I can't get in."
-->'''Hunnigan:''' --->'''Hunnigan:''' "Didn't they teach you how to pick locks at the academy?"



-->'''Salazar:''' Me llamo Ramón Salazar, the eighth Castellan of this magnificent architecture. I have been honored with the prodigious power from the great Lord Saddler. I've been expecting you, my brethren.
-->'''Leon S. Kennedy:''' [[LargeHam No, thanks... "bro".]]

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-->'''Salazar:''' --->'''Salazar:''' Me llamo Ramón Salazar, the eighth Castellan of this magnificent architecture. I have been honored with the prodigious power from the great Lord Saddler. I've been expecting you, my brethren.
-->'''Leon --->'''Leon S. Kennedy:''' [[LargeHam No, thanks... "bro".]]



'''Leon:''' "Your [sic] right hand comes off?"

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'''Leon:''' "Your "You're [sic] right hand comes off?"
12th Nov '16 4:10:43 AM DavidCowie
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* AttackItsWeakPoint: The Regenerators and Iron Maidens can die when certain spots on their bodies are shot (and need the infrared scope to see). They will die from regular damage, it just takes a lot (from hundreds of bullets to using up a rocket launcher), so until you get one of the super weapons in a new game, hitting the weak points is the best option.

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* AttackItsWeakPoint: The AttackItsWeakPoint:
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Regenerators and Iron Maidens can die when certain spots on their bodies are shot (and need the infrared scope to see). They will die from regular damage, it just takes a lot (from hundreds of bullets to using up a rocket launcher), so until you get one of the super weapons in a new game, hitting the weak points is the best option.option.
** In the Salazar and Saddler boss fights, the eyes are not so much the weak points as the switches that reveal the weak points.
6th Nov '16 2:10:10 AM Morgenthaler
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'''''Resident Evil 4''''' is the [[SequelNumberSnarl sixth]] main game in the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' franchise, originally released for the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube in 2005. After the release of three numbered games on the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}} and ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvilCodeVeronica Code: Veronica]]'' on the [[UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast Dreamcast]], producer Creator/ShinjiMikami made the controversial decision to bring the mainline series of games exclusively to the [=GameCube=] rather than the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 2}} in spite of previous expectations.[[note]]A previous version of ''[=RE4=]'' was announced for the [=PS2=] shortly after the release of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis'', but this project ended up being revamped into an original work titled ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry''.[[/note]] ''Resident Evil 4'' was announced in 2001 alongside a remake of the original ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil'' and the prequel ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0'', forming a loose trilogy of sort (ports of the previous sequels were also released to help new fans familiarize themselves with the series).

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'''''Resident ''Resident Evil 4''''' 4'' is the [[SequelNumberSnarl sixth]] main game in the ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' franchise, originally released for the UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube in 2005. After the release of three numbered games on the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation}} and ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvilCodeVeronica Code: Veronica]]'' on the [[UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast Dreamcast]], producer Creator/ShinjiMikami made the controversial decision to bring the mainline series of games exclusively to the [=GameCube=] rather than the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 2}} in spite of previous expectations.[[note]]A previous version of ''[=RE4=]'' was announced for the [=PS2=] shortly after the release of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis'', but this project ended up being revamped into an original work titled ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry''.[[/note]] ''Resident Evil 4'' was announced in 2001 alongside a remake of the original ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil'' and the prequel ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0'', forming a loose trilogy of sort (ports of the previous sequels were also released to help new fans familiarize themselves with the series).
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