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17th Jul '16 8:24:36 AM nombretomado
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... Leon's part will be more "Survival Shooter" (like VideoGame/ResidentEvil4 or VideoGame/DeadSpace), Chris' part will be a straight ThirdPersonShooter (like VideoGame/GearsOfWar, I mean: Look at Chris [[TakeCover taking cover]]), and the "Wesker child"-part will be BeatEmUp (like VideoGame/GodHand, VideoGame/MadWorld, or AsurasWrath).

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... Leon's part will be more "Survival Shooter" (like VideoGame/ResidentEvil4 ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' or VideoGame/DeadSpace), ''VideoGame/DeadSpace''), Chris' part will be a straight ThirdPersonShooter (like VideoGame/GearsOfWar, ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'', I mean: Look at Chris [[TakeCover taking cover]]), and the "Wesker child"-part will be BeatEmUp (like VideoGame/GodHand, VideoGame/MadWorld, ''VideoGame/GodHand'', ''VideoGame/MadWorld'', or AsurasWrath).
''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'').
12th May '15 1:35:49 PM nombretomado
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... Leon's part will be more "Survival Shooter" (like VideoGame/ResidentEvil4 or VideoGame/DeadSpace), Chris' part will be a straight ThirdPersonShooter (like GearsOfWar, I mean: Look at Chris [[TakeCover taking cover]]), and the "Wesker child"-part will be BeatEmUp (like GodHand, VideoGame/MadWorld, or AsurasWrath).

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... Leon's part will be more "Survival Shooter" (like VideoGame/ResidentEvil4 or VideoGame/DeadSpace), Chris' part will be a straight ThirdPersonShooter (like GearsOfWar, VideoGame/GearsOfWar, I mean: Look at Chris [[TakeCover taking cover]]), and the "Wesker child"-part will be BeatEmUp (like GodHand, VideoGame/GodHand, VideoGame/MadWorld, or AsurasWrath).
18th Apr '15 7:54:09 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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** Well then, the Japanese version of ''RE5'' is wrong. As of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilRevelations2'', Alex Wesker is indeed a woman.

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** Well then, the Japanese version of ''RE5'' ''[=RE5=]'' is wrong. As of per her appearance in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilRevelations2'', Alex Wesker is indeed a woman.
18th Apr '15 7:51:58 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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** Well then, the Japanese version of ''RE5'' is wrong. As of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilRevelations2'', Alex Wesker is indeed a woman.
26th Apr '14 3:08:46 AM Naitomeruu
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[[WMG: Jill did not appear in RE6 because Capcom is worried about how fans will react to Jill... Redfield.]]

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[[WMG: Jill did not appear in RE6 Resident Evil 6 because Capcom is worried about how fans will react to Jill... Redfield.]]
26th Apr '14 3:05:03 AM Naitomeruu
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[[WMG: Jill did not appear in RE6 because Capcom is worried about how fans will react to Jill... Redfield.]]
* In ties with the EpilepticTree in the pre-release section which states that Chris and Jill got together sometime between 5 and 6. I mean, in both bar scenes (intro cutscene and epilogue) Chris seems to be wearing a necklace. Who knows if that's a locket or just a pendant.
10th Dec '13 9:27:50 AM Luigifan
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** The games were slated to change pace from the intro of RE5: When Umbrella fell, their weapons and viruses were sold onto the black market. Future games are likely world travel to stop X virus in Y location. Secondly, Wesker lost his head just after the two RPG missiles hit him in the head before the explosion; as well as WordofGod confirming he's gone for good.
** {{Jossed}}: ''RE6'' is picking up after ''RE5''. No rebooting for the foreseeable future.

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** The games were slated to change pace from the intro of RE5: [=RE5=]: When Umbrella fell, their weapons and viruses were sold onto the black market. Future games are likely world travel to stop X virus in Y location. Secondly, Wesker lost his head just after the two RPG missiles hit him in the head before the explosion; as well as WordofGod confirming he's gone for good.
** {{Jossed}}: ''RE6'' ''[=RE6=]'' is picking up after ''RE5''.''[=RE5=]''. No rebooting for the foreseeable future.



HUNK is the one with immunity in his blood. This explains the rumour the helicopter pilot says at the end of Resident Evil 3 about how he can't die and that he's the only one to survive in all his missions. Even if it is a successful job, the rest of his team eventually succumbs to the virus while he's immune. In the beginning, he probably thought he was just deathly lucky but only now does he realize he has virus immunity. HUNK, now a standalone mercenary after Umbrella fell, is then hired as a bodyguard since he has BOW experience.

In addition, the third protagonist states the line: "much better off as a mercenary" possibly referring to his past job as an Umbrella mercenary/agent. This line could also be a nod to the audience. HUNK is now an actual protagonist but he's wondering if he's better off just being in the Mercenary side games.

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HUNK is the one with immunity in his blood. This explains the rumour the helicopter pilot says at the end of Resident Evil 3 about how he can't die and that he's the only one to survive in all his missions. Even if it is a successful job, the rest of his team eventually succumbs to the virus while he's immune. In the beginning, he probably thought he was just deathly lucky lucky, but only now does he realize he has virus immunity. HUNK, now a standalone mercenary after Umbrella fell, is then hired as a bodyguard since he has BOW experience.

In addition, the third protagonist states the line: "much better off as a mercenary" mercenary", possibly referring to his past job as an Umbrella mercenary/agent. This line could also be a nod to the audience. HUNK is now an actual protagonist protagonist, but he's wondering if he's better off just being in the Mercenary side games.



* Then again he IS Weskers son after all.

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* Then again again, he IS Weskers Wesker's son after all.



** He's already a mercenary before the events of the game though. It could be him thinking what was supposed to be [[ASimplePlan A Simple Job]] before B.O.W.s came and changed everything, especially when one of them seems to be specifically hunting him down.
*** Furthermore, we have no idea what Steve ending up doing after Code Veronica. Given his experience with B.O.W.s from that game, as well as the T-Veronica virus inside of him, which is consistent with the "needs my blood" line, he very well could have gone into work fighting terrorists for the highest bidder.
* In Darkside Chronicles, Wesker mentions that he takes a sample from Steve's corpse and gives it to Javier subtlely hinting that he's not keeping Steve alive or in stasis. Unless Wesker only figured out how to bring him back to life afterwards.

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** He's already a mercenary before the events of the game game, though. It could be him thinking what was supposed to be [[ASimplePlan A Simple Job]] before B.O.W.s came and changed everything, especially when one of them seems to be specifically hunting him down.
*** Furthermore, we have no idea what Steve ending ends up doing after Code Veronica. Given his experience with B.O.W.s from that game, as well as the T-Veronica virus inside of him, which is consistent with the "needs my blood" line, he very well could have gone into work fighting terrorists for the highest bidder.
* In Darkside Chronicles, Wesker mentions that he takes a sample from Steve's corpse and gives it to Javier subtlely Javier, subtly hinting that he's not keeping Steve alive or in stasis. Unless Wesker only figured out how to bring him back to life afterwards.



** Wesker saved Jill by preserving her body in cryostasis. That prolonged exposure to the virus from Resident evil 3 and her term in cryostasis allowed her to develop antibodies to all viruses. It's possible that he always had Steve in cryostasis for testing purposes and this helped him develop virus antibodies. The mercenary also displays the same superhuman acrobatics as Resident Evil 5 Jill had.

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** Wesker saved Jill by preserving her body in cryostasis. That prolonged exposure to the virus from Resident evil 3 ''Resident Evil 3'' and her term in cryostasis allowed her to develop antibodies to all viruses. It's possible that he always had Steve in cryostasis for testing purposes and this helped him develop virus antibodies. The mercenary also displays the same superhuman acrobatics as Resident ''Resident Evil 5 5'' Jill had.



** "We have exclusive information about the blonde woman in the trailer - and she's not who you think she is." Apparently IGN is unfamiliar with WMG.

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** "We have exclusive information about the blonde woman in the trailer - -- and she's not who you think she is." Apparently IGN is unfamiliar with WMG.



In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'', Sherry is shown to have a somewhat matching shade of dirty blonde hair, and the woman who claims to be responsible for the events in Resident Evil 6 looks a bit like Sherry's mother, Annette. Sherry was rather intelligent for her age, and no doubt could have gone into a scientific field that dealt with counter-terrorism to try and atone for what her parents had done. This could in some way come back around and cause her to be responsible for an outbreak of her own.

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In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'', Sherry is shown to have a somewhat matching shade of dirty blonde hair, and the woman who claims to be responsible for the events in Resident ''Resident Evil 6 6'' looks a bit like Sherry's mother, Annette. Sherry was rather intelligent for her age, and no doubt could have gone into a scientific field that dealt with counter-terrorism to try and atone for what her parents had done. This could in some way come back around and cause her to be responsible for an outbreak of her own.



As discussed in the Steve WMG, this man appears to have enhanced speed and/or strength, hinting at virus-related powers similiar to those famously displayed by [[BigBad Albert Wesker]]. We know Alex was administered the same virus, which would explain this. We also know Alex was doing an incredible amount of work researching ways for Spencer to become immortal during the events before RE5 (from the "Lost In Nightmares" DLC). It is entirely possible he discovered a cure to the T-Virus (or whatever virus threatens the world) during his experiments and absconded with it to make money (hence his desire to sell his blood, and the reason he dropped out of contact with Spencer). Alternatively, it is possible the experimental Wesker virus ''itself'' secretely holds the cure to T-Virus infection, and this is why neither this new protangonist nor Albert Wesker were ever infected, despite the latter in particular being around zombie-infested areas on numerous occasions.

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As discussed in the Steve WMG, this man appears to have enhanced speed and/or strength, hinting at virus-related powers similiar to those famously displayed by [[BigBad Albert Wesker]]. We know Alex was administered the same virus, which would explain this. We also know Alex was doing an incredible amount of work researching ways for Spencer to become immortal during the events before RE5 [=RE5=] (from the "Lost In Nightmares" DLC). It is entirely possible he discovered a cure to the T-Virus (or whatever virus threatens the world) during his experiments and absconded with it to make money (hence his desire to sell his blood, and the reason he dropped out of contact with Spencer). Alternatively, it is possible the experimental Wesker virus ''itself'' secretely holds the cure to T-Virus infection, and this is why neither this new protangonist nor Albert Wesker were ever infected, despite the latter in particular being around zombie-infested areas on numerous occasions.



* The notes from ''Resident Evil 5'' and additional [=DLC=] pretty much spell out that Alex is, with mentions of experiments costing "thousands upon thousands" of lives and a quest for {{Immortality}}, which is a pretty typical villain goal especially if you are willing to kill a whole bunch of people to get it.
* True. However, he could still be a possible villian protagonist, or reformed (after a fashion- the mercenary's clearly a jerk). There's also the information that whoever the mercenary is, he's "related" to one of the main RE characters in some form. Assuming related is not being taken literally (as in he's not Leon's long lost brother or something), Alex Wesker most certainly is this to Albert.

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* The notes from ''Resident Evil 5'' and additional [=DLC=] pretty much spell out that Alex is, with mentions of experiments costing "thousands upon thousands" of lives and a quest for {{Immortality}}, which is a pretty typical villain goal goal, especially if you are willing to kill a whole bunch of people to get it.
* True. However, he could still be a possible villian protagonist, or reformed (after a fashion- fashion -- the mercenary's clearly a jerk). There's also the information that whoever the mercenary is, he's "related" to one of the main RE characters in some form. Assuming related is not being taken literally (as in he's not Leon's long lost brother or something), Alex Wesker most certainly is this to Albert.



** According to background data, he really is Wesker's son, and his blood is sought after because of it's connection to Albert. However, he knows very little about him, so it's unlikely he has any relation to Alex.

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** According to background data, he really is Wesker's son, and his blood is sought after because of it's its connection to Albert. However, he knows very little about him, so it's unlikely he has any relation to Alex.



... Leon's part will be more "Survival Shooter" (like VideoGame/ResidentEvil4 or VideoGame/DeadSpace), Chris' part will be a straight ThirdPersonShooter (Like GearsOfWar, I mean: Look at Chris [[TakeCover taking cover]]), and the "Wesker child"-part will be BeatEmUp (like GodHand, VideoGame/MadWorld or AsurasWrath).

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... Leon's part will be more "Survival Shooter" (like VideoGame/ResidentEvil4 or VideoGame/DeadSpace), Chris' part will be a straight ThirdPersonShooter (Like (like GearsOfWar, I mean: Look at Chris [[TakeCover taking cover]]), and the "Wesker child"-part will be BeatEmUp (like GodHand, VideoGame/MadWorld VideoGame/MadWorld, or AsurasWrath).



* In the japanese version, Alex Wesker is referred to as a male.

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* In the japanese Japanese version, Alex Wesker is referred to as a male.



The G-virus is still going around if ''Degeneration'' and the t+G experimental virus in ''Dead Aim'' are anything to go by. We know that Umbrella did some experiments and analysis on the G-virus after HUNK delivered them a sample in ''2'', but we don't quite know what else they did beside combining it with the t-virus. If the Progenitor virus can eventually be refined into advanced strains like Uroboros, who knows what else Umbrella could've devised before they folded. The Javo looks like it could be an evolution of the single eye G-virus-infected hosts sport. Additionally, Sherry Birkin had a G-embryo implanted in her during ''2''. While she was given the G-vaccine soon after, the vaccine only suppresses the virus's effects, and doesn't actually eliminate it (which could possibly explain her newfound athleticism).

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The G-virus is still going around around, if ''Degeneration'' and the t+G experimental virus in ''Dead Aim'' are anything to go by. We know that Umbrella did some experiments and analysis on the G-virus after HUNK delivered them a sample in ''2'', but we don't quite know what else they did beside combining it with the t-virus. If the Progenitor virus can eventually be refined into advanced strains like Uroboros, who knows what else Umbrella could've devised before they folded. The Javo looks like it could be an evolution of the single eye G-virus-infected hosts sport. Additionally, Sherry Birkin had a G-embryo implanted in her during ''2''. While she was given the G-vaccine soon after, the vaccine only suppresses the virus's effects, and doesn't actually eliminate it (which could possibly explain her newfound athleticism).



* [[spoiler: Sort of confirmed. Sherry's G-Virus gives her an uncommon healing factor.]]
** [[spoiler: And one of the basis for Carla's creation of the C-Virus was the G-Virus.]]

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* [[spoiler: Sort [[spoiler:Sort of confirmed. Sherry's G-Virus gives her an uncommon healing factor.]]
** [[spoiler: And [[spoiler:And one of the basis bases for Carla's creation of the C-Virus was the G-Virus.]]



Ashley graham is confirmed to be in the game and is in the Mercenaries section as the sidekick. Since RE6 is set during 2008, Leon probably taught her self defence and gun safety in order to allow her to protect herself (and make the Secret Service's job easier). She is also seen using a syringe on the Merc, suggesting that she became a medic or doctor, probably joined BSAA. Since co-op is confirmed, Player 2 will be in control of her, so she definitely {{took a level in badass}}. However, I have no idea why she's with the Merc, but since he's a cure to a virus, she was probably taking his blood to help create a sure. However...

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Ashley graham Graham is confirmed to be in the game and is in the Mercenaries section as the sidekick. Since RE6 [=RE6=] is set during 2008, Leon probably taught her self defence self-defence and gun safety in order to allow her to protect herself (and make the Secret Service's job easier). She is also seen using a syringe on the Merc, suggesting that she became a medic or doctor, probably joined BSAA. Since co-op is confirmed, Player 2 will be in control of her, so she definitely {{took a level in badass}}. However, I have no idea why she's with the Merc, but since he's a cure to a virus, she was probably taking his blood to help create a sure. However...



* {{Jossed}} None of the game takes place in Spain, no places from RE4 are visited again and the game does not feature nor mention Ashley.

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* {{Jossed}} {{Jossed}}. None of the game takes place in Spain, no places from RE4 [=RE4=] are visited again again, and the game does not feature nor mention Ashley.



You can play the survival horror (Leon) game, the third person action (Chris) or action horror (Jake) game at any time, switching when you're stuck. Go further in one mode, unlock a gun, use it in another.
* Kind of sort of {{Jossed}}. They aren't modes per se, but a different type of survival horror was in mind for each segment. Leon's is called "Gothic horror" said to resemble earlier iterations of the series. Chris's segments were called "military horror" likely similar to [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil5 RE5]]. Jake's section involves being chased by an unrelenting monster, like Nemesis. They aren't different story modes, though, simply different campaigns.

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You can play the survival horror (Leon) game, the third person action (Chris) game, or action horror (Jake) game at any time, switching when you're stuck. Go further in one mode, unlock a gun, use it in another.
* Kind of sort of {{Jossed}}. They aren't modes per se, but a different type of survival horror was in mind for each segment. Leon's is called "Gothic horror" said to resemble earlier iterations of the series. Chris's segments were called "military horror" horror", likely similar to [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil5 RE5]]. Jake's section involves being chased by an unrelenting monster, like Nemesis. They aren't different story modes, though, simply different campaigns.



The Veronica virus is the only virus that requires direct injection in order to spread it. That explains why a syringe bomb was created. Alexia Ashford isn't the main protagonist but someone has took her research on the veronica virus and has expanded it. This explains why the protagonists seem to be fighting able-thinking, gun-using humans; the veronica virus allows mind control for the host. If it really is the veronica virus, then it fits in that the protagonist is Steve who is now immune thanks to experimenting and is familiar with this supposedly new strain of virus.

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The Veronica virus is the only virus that requires direct injection in order to spread it. That explains why a syringe bomb was created. Alexia Ashford isn't the main protagonist protagonist, but someone has took her research on the veronica Veronica virus and has expanded it. This explains why the protagonists seem to be fighting able-thinking, gun-using humans; the veronica Veronica virus allows mind control for the host. If it really is the veronica Veronica virus, then it fits in that the protagonist is Steve Steve, who is now immune thanks to experimenting experimenting, and is familiar with this supposedly new strain of virus.



At the epilogue montage in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilRevelations'', it's revealed that [[spoiler: Jessica and Vester were working together on some undisclosed secret plan, with Vester giving Jessica a sample of the T-Abyss virus. If she is the person they are chasing, that could explain Chris's anger towards her; his partner mentions that Chris's "personal vendetta" isn't going to help, that would suggest at the very least he knew the person they were after]].
* [[spoiler: {{Jossed}}. The villainess is Carla, who Chris believes to be Ada.]]

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At the epilogue montage in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilRevelations'', it's revealed that [[spoiler: Jessica [[spoiler:Jessica and Vester were working together on some undisclosed secret plan, with Vester giving Jessica a sample of the T-Abyss virus. If she is the person they are chasing, that could explain Chris's anger towards her; his partner mentions that Chris's "personal vendetta" isn't going to help, that would suggest at the very least he knew the person they were after]].
* [[spoiler: {{Jossed}}.[[spoiler:{{Jossed}}. The villainess is Carla, who Chris believes to be Ada.]]



With the use of multiple characters in this story there is a chance that they might throw out references to the other non-main series games. If this is the case then theres a good chance that the reference will be about Fong Ling. Part of the game is set in China and she works for it's government, plus she has experiences in these matters.

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With the use of multiple characters in this story story, there is a chance that they might throw out references to the other non-main series games. If this is the case case, then theres there's a good chance that the reference will be about Fong Ling. Part of the game is set in China and she works for it's its government, plus she has experiences in these matters.



Is Ark Thompson. According to ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0'', the game is canon. The characters do, as far as the graphics Survivor show, look similar. Plus it'd be quite the fandom nod if he played the calm and collected to Chris's emotional self as seen in the trailer.

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Is Ark Thompson. According to ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil0'', the game is canon. The characters do, as far as the graphics Survivor show, look similar. Plus Plus, it'd be quite the fandom nod if he played the calm and collected to Chris's emotional self as seen in the trailer.



Jill has immunity to viruses as stated in Resident Evil 5 so she'd be prime candidate to help fight off the outbreak. The third protagonist is implied to have immunity and is hired over the trustworthy former BSAA agent. Given her personality, she doesn't seem to be the type to take a break from helping Chris unless after being saved her body was too weak. She is either...
* Dead prior to the game, possibly killed by the antagonist giving Chris a pretty radical personal vendetta
* The antagonist, perhaps what happened in Resident evil 5 is still having an effect on her

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Jill has immunity to viruses as stated in Resident Evil 5 5, so she'd be a prime candidate to help fight off the outbreak. The third protagonist is implied to have immunity and is hired over the trustworthy former BSAA agent. Given her personality, she doesn't seem to be the type to take a break from helping Chris unless after being saved her body was too weak. She is either...
* Dead prior to the game, possibly killed by the antagonist antagonist, giving Chris a pretty radical personal vendetta
vendetta.
* The antagonist, perhaps what happened in Resident evil Evil 5 is still having an effect on her



* [[spoiler: Jossed. Though this is what the villains want people to think.]]
** Major Spoilers: [[spoiler: The "Ada" Chris wants dead is her EvilDoppelganger, Carla. The real Ada is offering help to the protagonists.]]

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* [[spoiler: Jossed.[[spoiler:Jossed. Though this is what the villains want people to think.]]
** Major Spoilers: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The "Ada" Chris wants dead is her EvilDoppelganger, Carla. The real Ada is offering help to the protagonists.]]
12th Apr '13 4:22:29 AM InterLoper
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[[WMG: Jake will join B.S.A.A. eventually.]]
After his mother's death and prior to the events of the game, he had no real purpose in his life. He lived by habit, mindlessly accumulating money he didn't really need, had no family, no friends and no valuable skills aside of killing things. During the course of the game, he certainly acquired a hatred for bioterrorism, a (possibly subconscious) desire to prove himself different from his father and, the most importantly, new friends, someone who he can rely on. In the ending, he's perfectly willing to kick some B.O.W's assess for such a nominal reward as an apple, so we can say he found himself a profession of a monster-slayer.

Sure, he's a bit of loner, so he's going to walk the earth for a while (or, perhaps, clean Edonia from bio-threat), but sooner or later he'll drift to one of B.O.W.-fighting organisations, and chances it will be B.S.A.A are the highest: they're covering him already, he's likely to run into them on his missions, he's got more reasons to trust them than, say, US government, his strength, skill and experience would be much appreciated there, and he can get detailed information on the viruses, his father and his legacy there.

Also, it would be a delicious irony of him joining an organisation that was basically created to oppose his father, and possibly even becoming Chris's subordinate. Both Chris and Jake were heavily affected by the events of the game and have a complicated attitude towards each other, it would be interesting to see them as partners next time...
6th Apr '13 11:29:20 AM StFan
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** Turns out this is actually {{Jossed}} by the [[AllThereInTheManual Japanese website for Resident Evil 6,]] which establishes that Edonia and the Eastern Slav Republic are two different countries. However, it does mention that the course of the civil war in Edonia was [[ContinuityNod influenced]] by the very similar war that went on in the [=ESR=] [[Film/ResidentEvilDamnation a year prior]].

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** Turns out this is actually {{Jossed}} by the [[AllThereInTheManual Japanese website for Resident Evil 6,]] which establishes that Edonia and the Eastern Slav Republic are two different countries. However, it does mention that the course of the civil war in Edonia was [[ContinuityNod influenced]] by the very similar war that went on in the [=ESR=] [[Film/ResidentEvilDamnation [[Anime/ResidentEvilDamnation a year prior]].
6th Apr '13 11:25:24 AM StFan
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[[WMG: The Republic of Edonia is the [[Film/ResidentEvilDamnation Eastern Slav Republic]] after a name change.]]

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[[WMG: The Republic of Edonia is the [[Film/ResidentEvilDamnation [[Anime/ResidentEvilDamnation Eastern Slav Republic]] after a name change.]]
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