History VideoGame / ResidentEvilTheDarkSideChronicles

15th Apr '16 3:39:57 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* FollowTheLeader: The Titles are imitations of [[CosmeticAward Xbox 360's achievements/PlayStation 3's trophies.]]
12th Mar '15 10:16:53 PM PF
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* AdultFear: Imagine being a resident of the South American village in the Operation Javier scenario in the game, when a lot of girls are going missing [[spoiler:and becoming unwilling organ donors for the dying daughter of the drug lord that governs over the village.]]
** Also, being forced into very dangerous combat service or else risk having a little girl be killed/vivisected/experimented on/etc by ''your'' government. ' The epilogue to "Memory of a Lost City" reveals that this is ''why'' Leon is working for the US Government as an Anti-[=B.O.W=] agent. Making things worse? [[spoiler: As ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil6'' reveals, the government secretly went and experimented upon Sherry ''anyway''.]]

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* AdultFear: AdultFear:
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Imagine being a resident of the South American village in the Operation Javier scenario in the game, when a lot of girls are going missing [[spoiler:and becoming unwilling organ donors for the dying daughter of the drug lord that governs over the village.]]
** Also, being Being forced into very dangerous combat service or else risk having a little girl be killed/vivisected/experimented on/etc on/etc. by ''your'' government. ' The epilogue to "Memory of a Lost City" reveals that this is ''why'' Leon is working for the US U.S. Government as an Anti-[=B.anti-[=B.O.W=] agent. Making things worse? [[spoiler: As ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil6'' reveals, the government secretly went and experimented upon Sherry ''anyway''.]]
12th Mar '15 9:59:42 PM WanderingBrowser
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** Also, being forced into very dangerous combat service or else risk having a little girl be killed/vivisected/experimented on/etc by ''your'' government.

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** Also, being forced into very dangerous combat service or else risk having a little girl be killed/vivisected/experimented on/etc by ''your'' government. ' The epilogue to "Memory of a Lost City" reveals that this is ''why'' Leon is working for the US Government as an Anti-[=B.O.W=] agent. Making things worse? [[spoiler: As ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil6'' reveals, the government secretly went and experimented upon Sherry ''anyway''.]]



* FramingDevice: Operation Javier provides the frame for the two other levels.

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* FramingDevice: Operation Javier provides both the main story and the frame for the two other levels.



* {{Gainaxing}}: Mutated Alexia.

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* {{Gainaxing}}: Mutated Alexia. Understandable, since regular Alexia wears modest, classical ballgowns and her initial mutated form wears... well, nothing.



* WasOnceAMan: The unidentifiable amphibious B.O.W. that the player fights in the first and second to last chapters of Operation Javier? That's [[spoiler:Manuela's mother Hilda, transformed into her present state with a severe overdose of the T-Veronica virus by her husband]].

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* WasOnceAMan: The unidentifiable amphibious B.O.W. that the player fights in the first and second to last chapters of Operation Javier? That's [[spoiler:Manuela's mother Hilda, transformed into her present state with a severe overdose of the T-Veronica virus by her husband]].
5th Nov '14 9:25:41 AM PF
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* HeyItsThatVoice: HUNK is Johan!
** With Chief Irons as Roberto.



* ShoutOut: In the ending of Game of Oblivion, Wesker is seen looking up from the flames of the island facility that Alexia was inside as he watches Chris's helicopter flying away, similar to [[FinalFantasyVII Sephiroth]].

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* ShoutOut: In the ending of Game of Oblivion, Wesker is seen looking up from the flames of the island facility that Alexia was inside as he watches Chris's helicopter flying away, similar to [[FinalFantasyVII [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Sephiroth]].
5th Oct '14 12:54:01 AM Vitruvius
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* ShoutOut: In the ending of Game of Oblivion, Wesker is seen looking up from the flames of the island facility that Alexis was inside as he watches Chris's helicopter flying away, similar to [[FinalFantasyVII Sephiroth]].

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* ShoutOut: In the ending of Game of Oblivion, Wesker is seen looking up from the flames of the island facility that Alexis Alexia was inside as he watches Chris's helicopter flying away, similar to [[FinalFantasyVII Sephiroth]].
22nd Mar '14 8:41:08 AM AzureSeas
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* ActorAllusion: This isn't the only time Jim Ward played [[MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater a character]] who ends up [[spoiler:being fired by his own government for certain reasons.]]
1st Mar '14 10:50:35 AM PF
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Set in 2002, ''The Darkside Chronicles'' covers Leon Kennedy's backstory with Jack Krauser (which ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' hinted at) as they search through South American jungles to investigate infamous drug lord Javier Hidalgo, who made contact with an underground Umbrella researcher. The duo discovers that Javier bought a considerable number of B.O.W.s to use as weapons against his enemies -- as well as samples of the T-Veronica virus, which he used to unleash a plague of zombies upon the countryside. With the help of a mysterious girl named Manuela, the two men work to discover why a drug lord has begun to dabble in bio-weaponry.

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Set in 2002, ''The Darkside Chronicles'' covers Leon S. Kennedy's backstory with Jack Krauser (which ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' hinted at) as they search through South American jungles to investigate infamous drug lord Javier Hidalgo, who made contact with an underground Umbrella researcher. The duo discovers that Javier bought a considerable number of B.O.W.s to use as weapons against his enemies -- as well as samples of the T-Veronica virus, which he used to unleash a plague of zombies upon the countryside. With the help of a mysterious girl named Manuela, the two men work to discover why a drug lord has begun to dabble in bio-weaponry.
1st Mar '14 10:50:11 AM PF
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Set in 2002, ''Darkside Chronicles'' covers Leon Kennedy's backstory with Jack Krauser (which ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' hinted at) as they search through South American jungles to investigate infamous drug lord Javier Hidalgo, who made contact with an underground Umbrella researcher. The duo discovers that Javier bought a considerable number of B.O.W.s to use as weapons against his enemies -- as well as samples of the T-Veronica virus, which he used to unleash a plague of zombies upon the countryside. With the help of a mysterious girl named Manuela, the two men work to discover why a drug lord has begun to dabble in bio-weaponry.

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Set in 2002, ''Darkside ''The Darkside Chronicles'' covers Leon Kennedy's backstory with Jack Krauser (which ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' hinted at) as they search through South American jungles to investigate infamous drug lord Javier Hidalgo, who made contact with an underground Umbrella researcher. The duo discovers that Javier bought a considerable number of B.O.W.s to use as weapons against his enemies -- as well as samples of the T-Veronica virus, which he used to unleash a plague of zombies upon the countryside. With the help of a mysterious girl named Manuela, the two men work to discover why a drug lord has begun to dabble in bio-weaponry.
26th Feb '14 8:49:14 PM StevieWillShowYou
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'''''Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles''''' is a sequel to earlier ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' rail shooter ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvilTheUmbrellaChronicles Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles]]''. Set in 2002, it covers Leon S. Kennedy's backstory with Jack Krauser, hinted at in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'', as the two are deployed deep into the South American jungles to investigate rumors of an infamous drug lord, Javier Hidalgo, having contact with an underground Umbrella researcher. They discover that the rumors are true and Javier has bought a considerable number of B.O.W.s to use as terror-weapons against his enemies, as well as samples of the T-Veronica virus, which he has used to unleash a plague of zombies upon the countryside. Meeting a mysterious girl named Manuela, the two men must find out why a drug lord has begun to dabble in bio-weaponry.

''The Darkside Chronicles'' is divided into three levels, each of which is subdivided into a number of chapters. Operation Javier is the main level, covering Leon and Krauser's efforts to battle Javier. Memory of a Lost City is an adaptation of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'', framed as Leon recounting his previous experience with biohazard outbreaks to Krauser. Game of Oblivion is implied to be Leon's recollections/near-drowning induced fever dream of the story of the T-Veronica virus, as told to him by Claire Redfield after the events of ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvilCodeVeronica Code: Veronica]]''. In the game, Memory of a Lost City occurs after the first chapter of Operation Javier and Game of Oblivion likewise occurs in between the second and third chapters of Operation Javier. Chapters 6 and 7 of Operation Javier, sometimes referred to as Darkness Falls or Krauser's Hidden Story, are a retelling of Chapters 4 and 5 from Krauser's point of view.

It's harder to place ''The Darkside Chronicles'' on the [[{{Canon}} canon]] scale than its predecessor, as its adaptations change things more than ''The Umbrella Chronicles'' did.

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'''''Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles''''' is a sequel to earlier ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' rail shooter ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvilTheUmbrellaChronicles Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles]]''. Chronicles]]''.

Set in 2002, it ''Darkside Chronicles'' covers Leon S. Kennedy's backstory with Jack Krauser, Krauser (which ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' hinted at in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'', at) as the two are deployed deep into the they search through South American jungles to investigate rumors of an infamous drug lord, lord Javier Hidalgo, having who made contact with an underground Umbrella researcher. They discover The duo discovers that the rumors are true and Javier has bought a considerable number of B.O.W.s to use as terror-weapons weapons against his enemies, enemies -- as well as samples of the T-Veronica virus, which he has used to unleash a plague of zombies upon the countryside. Meeting With the help of a mysterious girl named Manuela, the two men must find out work to discover why a drug lord has begun to dabble in bio-weaponry.

''The Darkside Chronicles'' is divided into features three levels, each of which is levels subdivided into a number of chapters. Operation Javier is "Operation Javier", the main level, covering covers Leon and Krauser's efforts to battle Javier. Memory "Memory of a Lost City is an adaptation City" adapts the events of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'', framed ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' and frames them as Leon recounting his previous experience with biohazard outbreaks to Krauser. Game "Game of Oblivion is implied Oblivion" appears to be retell Leon's recollections/near-drowning induced fever dream of the story of the T-Veronica virus, as told to him by Claire Redfield after the events of ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvilCodeVeronica Code: Veronica]]''. In the game, Memory "Memory of a Lost City City" occurs after the first chapter of Operation Javier "Operation Javier", and Game "Game of Oblivion likewise Oblivion" occurs in between the second and third chapters of Operation Javier. "Operation Javier". Chapters 6 and 7 of Operation Javier, "Operation Javier", sometimes referred to as Darkness Falls "Darkness Falls" or Krauser's "Krauser's Hidden Story, are a retelling Story", retell the events of Chapters 4 and 5 from Krauser's point of view.

It's harder to place Fans have more trouble placing ''The Darkside Chronicles'' on the [[{{Canon}} canon]] scale than they have with its predecessor, as its since ''Darkside's'' adaptations change things more than ''The Umbrella Chronicles'' did.
''Umbrella's'' adaptations.



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* WasOnceAMan: The unidentifiable amphibious B.O.W. the player fights in the first and second to last chapters of Operation Javier? That's [[spoiler:Manuela's mother Hilda, transformed into her present state with a severe overdose of the T-Veronica virus by her husband]].
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* WasOnceAMan: The unidentifiable amphibious B.O.W. that the player fights in the first and second to last chapters of Operation Javier? That's [[spoiler:Manuela's mother Hilda, transformed into her present state with a severe overdose of the T-Veronica virus by her husband]].
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husband]].
8th Feb '14 5:54:13 AM Mullon
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* InferredHolocaust: There are T-Virus infected piranha loose in the Amazon river system. South America is ''boned''.
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