History VideoGame / ResidentEvilOperationRaccoonCity

21st Jul '17 9:50:26 PM mariic
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* BadBoss: USS Command, who is Wolfpack's field handler, treats the team with disregard, almost never satisfied even when accomplishing the
impossible and quick to blame them for failures for which they had no hand in. When [[spoiler: the traitors want to renegotiate their contract to triple their reward after capturing Leon, Claire and Sherry, USS Command goes insane with anger at the audacity, in spite of having already left the Wolfpack to die very recently.]]

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* BadBoss: USS Command, who is Wolfpack's field handler, treats the team with disregard, almost never satisfied even when accomplishing the
the impossible and quick to blame them for failures for which they had no hand in. When [[spoiler: the traitors want to renegotiate their contract to triple their reward after capturing Leon, Claire and Sherry, USS Command goes insane with anger at the audacity, in spite of having already left the Wolfpack to die very recently.]]
22nd Jun '17 9:26:43 PM PastryPerson
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* BadBoss: USS Command, who is Wolfpack's field handler, treats the team with disregard, almost never satisfied even when accomplishing the impossible and quick to blame them for failures for which they had no hand in. When [[spoiler: Lupo wants to renegotiate their contract to triple their reward after capturing Leon, Claire and Sherry, USS Command goes insane with anger at the audacity, in spite of having already left the Wolfpack to die very recently.]]

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* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: Should the "execute" ending be chosen, the game ends with [[TheHero Leon S. Kennedy]] dead at your feet, Sherry Birkin captured by Umbrella, and [[ActionGirl Claire Redfield]] gunned down.]]
* BadBoss: USS Command, who is Wolfpack's field handler, treats the team with disregard, almost never satisfied even when accomplishing the the
impossible and quick to blame them for failures for which they had no hand in. When [[spoiler: Lupo wants the traitors want to renegotiate their contract to triple their reward after capturing Leon, Claire and Sherry, USS Command goes insane with anger at the audacity, in spite of having already left the Wolfpack to die very recently.]]
20th Jun '17 11:06:36 PM PastryPerson
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* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: If one of your teammates is infected by the T-Virus, you not only have the option to kill them to prevent them from turning, you actually get an achievement should you do this with a shot to the head.
20th Jun '17 9:57:14 PM PastryPerson
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* HeroAntagonist: Throughout the later parts of the game, you chase [[spoiler: Leon S. Kennedy and Ada Wong down for the sole purpose of killing them; while Ada dies, possibly from fighting the Tyrant or from damage sustained from fighting Wolfpack (it's left unclear), you have the choice of either killing or defending Leon at the climax of the game.]]

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* HeroAntagonist: Throughout the later parts of the game, you chase [[spoiler: Leon S. Kennedy and Ada Wong down for the sole purpose of killing them; while Ada dies, appears to die, possibly from fighting the Tyrant or from damage sustained from fighting Wolfpack (it's left unclear), you have the choice of either killing or defending Leon at the climax of the game.game; should they choose to execute him, they also kill Claire Redfield.]]
20th Jun '17 9:54:49 PM PastryPerson
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* HeroAntagonist: Throughout the later parts of the game, you chase [[spoiler: Leon S. Kennedy and Ada Wong down for the sole purpose of killing them; while Ada dies, possibly from fighting the Tyrant or from damage sustained from fighting Wolfpack (it's left unclear), you have the choice of either killing or defending Leon at the climax of the game.]]
16th Apr '17 7:16:29 PM nombretomado
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* [[DivorcedInstallment Divorced]][=/=]DolledUpInstallment: ''Operation Raccoon City'' was made from a repurposed engine originally meant for the canceled ''StarWarsBattlefront III''.

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* [[DivorcedInstallment Divorced]][=/=]DolledUpInstallment: ''Operation Raccoon City'' was made from a repurposed engine originally meant for the canceled ''StarWarsBattlefront ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront III''.
30th Dec '16 12:12:10 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* BadAss: While every member of the Wolfpack counts for one, special mention goes to HUNK who singlehandly takes on the G-virus mutated Birkin, rather than return to Umbrella empty-handed.
6th Nov '16 2:25:41 AM Morgenthaler
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** A {{Badass}} black ops chick working for a high-tech company named [[{{Series/Eureka}} Lupo]].

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** A {{Badass}} badass black ops chick working for a high-tech company named [[{{Series/Eureka}} Lupo]].
24th May '16 11:30:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: Bertha.
9th May '16 10:36:23 PM erforce
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'''''Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City''''' is a a ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' spinoff developed by Slant Six Games (best known for the ''SOCOM'' series) that was released for the {{PlayStation 3}}, {{Xbox 360}} and PC in 2012. ''Operation Raccoon City'' is a third-person shooting game set in an alternate timeline retelling of the Raccoon City Incident that transpired during the events of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' and ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis''. In the main campaign, the player controls a member of the Umbrella Security Service's elite "Wolfpack" unit, assigned to assist HUNK retrieving the G-Virus from William Birkin. As in the main timeline, this goes badly. Blamed for the resulting outbreak, the Wolfpack must face not only the hordes of mutated creatures that have infested the city, but also remove any evidence of Umbrella's involvement, be it by destroying records or eliminating witnesses. [[AnotherSideAnotherStory Alternatively, the DLC campaign lets you join Echo Six]], a US Special Forces team sent to Raccoon City to locate survivors and investigate what caused the outbreak.

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'''''Resident
''Resident
Evil: Operation Raccoon City''''' City'' is a a ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' spinoff developed by Slant Six Games (best known for the ''SOCOM'' series) that was released for the {{PlayStation UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 3}}, {{Xbox UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} and PC in 2012. ''Operation Raccoon City'' is a third-person shooting game set in an alternate timeline retelling of the Raccoon City Incident that transpired during the events of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' and ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis''. In the main campaign, the player controls a member of the Umbrella Security Service's elite "Wolfpack" unit, assigned to assist HUNK retrieving the G-Virus from William Birkin. As in the main timeline, this goes badly. Blamed for the resulting outbreak, the Wolfpack must face not only the hordes of mutated creatures that have infested the city, but also remove any evidence of Umbrella's involvement, be it by destroying records or eliminating witnesses. [[AnotherSideAnotherStory Alternatively, the DLC campaign lets you join Echo Six]], a US Special Forces team sent to Raccoon City to locate survivors and investigate what caused the outbreak.



* [[ActionizedSequel Actionized Spinoff]]: The game features the squad mowing down dozens of zombies with fully automatic weapons. It's stated that zombies are more of an environmental hazard than the real enemy, but can be used to the player's advantage (or harm), such as allowing zombies to finish off or distract wounded U.S. Army specialists.

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* [[ActionizedSequel Actionized Spinoff]]: The ActionizedSequel: This spinoff game features the squad mowing down dozens of zombies with fully automatic weapons. It's stated that zombies are more of an environmental hazard than the real enemy, but can be used to the player's advantage (or harm), such as allowing zombies to finish off or distract wounded U.S. Army specialists.



* ShoutOut: A {{Badass}} black ops chick working for a high-tech company named [[{{Series/Eureka}} Lupo]].
** One of the levels in the Special Ops DLC is titled [[{{Terminator}} "I Now Know Why You Cry"]] and involves dispatching the [[ImplacableMan Nemesis]] using a vat of molten metal.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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A {{Badass}} black ops chick working for a high-tech company named [[{{Series/Eureka}} Lupo]].
** One of the levels in the Special Ops DLC is titled [[{{Terminator}} [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay "I Now Know Why You Cry"]] and involves dispatching the [[ImplacableMan Nemesis]] using a vat of molten metal.
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