History YMMV / ResidentEvil3Nemesis

17th Mar '18 9:52:29 PM Rocketshipper
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* ScrappyMechanic: Your main source of ammunition in the game is gunpowder, together with the reloading tool. The bottles come in three varieties, A, B and C (and the last one is only available after already mixing the first two together). This can be a ''huge pain in the ass'' to manage. Not only do you have to do more inventory shuffling than before, keeping track of the combination mixes, but the game randomizes the location of pick-ups. You can find yourself easily screwed over if the game decides to be stingy and not give you any gunpowder needed for magnum ammo.

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* ScrappyMechanic: Your main source of ammunition in the game is gunpowder, together with the reloading tool. The bottles come in three varieties, A, B and C (and the last one is only available after already mixing the first two together). This can be a ''huge pain in the ass'' to manage. Not only do you have to do more inventory shuffling than before, keeping track of the combination mixes, but the game randomizes the location of pick-ups. You can find yourself easily screwed over if the game decides to be stingy and not give you any gunpowder needed for magnum ammo. What's more, the game does not allow you to combine double or triple A and B powders together to make double or triple C, even though the number of ingredients is exactly the same. You always have to combine single A and B together to make C and then combine those.
10th Mar '18 3:08:59 PM ajbit26
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* ScrappyMechanic:
** Your main source of ammunition in the game is gunpowder, together with the reloading tool. The bottles come in three varieties, A, B and C (and the last one is only available after already mixing the first two together). This can be a ''huge pain in the ass'' to manage. Not only do you have to do more inventory shuffling than before, keeping track of the combination mixes, but the game randomizes the location of pick-ups. You can find yourself easily screwed over if the game decides to be stingy and not give you any gunpowder needed for magnum ammo.
** The dodging mechanic is almost completely worthless due to how random it is and being really difficult to pull off in battle, along with the fact that there's no instructions over which buttons to press and at what time. In fact, you probably wouldn't even know there ''was'' the dodging mechanic due to these reasons.

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* ScrappyMechanic:
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ScrappyMechanic: Your main source of ammunition in the game is gunpowder, together with the reloading tool. The bottles come in three varieties, A, B and C (and the last one is only available after already mixing the first two together). This can be a ''huge pain in the ass'' to manage. Not only do you have to do more inventory shuffling than before, keeping track of the combination mixes, but the game randomizes the location of pick-ups. You can find yourself easily screwed over if the game decides to be stingy and not give you any gunpowder needed for magnum ammo.
** The dodging mechanic is almost completely worthless due to how random it is and being really difficult to pull off in battle, along with the fact that there's no instructions over which buttons to press and at what time. In fact, you probably wouldn't even know there ''was'' the dodging mechanic due to these reasons.
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18th Feb '18 8:53:13 AM TheJayman49
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* ScrappyMechanic: Your main source of ammunition in the game is gunpowder, together with the reloading tool. The bottles come in three varieties, A, B and C (and the last one is only available after already mixing the first two together). This can be a ''huge pain in the ass'' to manage. Not only do you have to do more inventory shuffling than before, keeping track of the combination mixes, but the game randomizes the location of pick-ups. You can find yourself easily screwed over if the game decides to be stingy and not give you any gunpowder needed for magnum ammo.

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* ScrappyMechanic: ScrappyMechanic:
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Your main source of ammunition in the game is gunpowder, together with the reloading tool. The bottles come in three varieties, A, B and C (and the last one is only available after already mixing the first two together). This can be a ''huge pain in the ass'' to manage. Not only do you have to do more inventory shuffling than before, keeping track of the combination mixes, but the game randomizes the location of pick-ups. You can find yourself easily screwed over if the game decides to be stingy and not give you any gunpowder needed for magnum ammo.ammo.
** The dodging mechanic is almost completely worthless due to how random it is and being really difficult to pull off in battle, along with the fact that there's no instructions over which buttons to press and at what time. In fact, you probably wouldn't even know there ''was'' the dodging mechanic due to these reasons.
8th Jan '18 9:59:38 AM PF
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Carlos shares a voice with [[Anime/SailorMoon Tuxedo Mask]].

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Carlos shares a voice with [[Anime/SailorMoon [[Franchise/SailorMoon Tuxedo Mask]].
5th Jan '18 6:26:36 PM CrowTR0bot
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Carlos shares a voice with [[Anime/SailorMoon Tuxedo Mask]].
25th Nov '17 5:11:43 PM CrowTR0bot
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** Dario Rossi, the crying fat guy at the start of the game who watched his daughter get eaten by zombies. You can go back after you are done in the police station to find him eaten alive by zombies.

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** Dario Rossi, Russo, the crying fat guy at the start of the game who watched his daughter get eaten by zombies. You can go back after you are done in the police station to find him eaten alive by zombies. He may have been a complete {{Jerkass}} to Jill in his only scene, [[JerkassWoobie but you can hardly blame him]].
21st Nov '17 11:13:30 AM PF
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* OlderThanTheyThink: Nemesis is actually a rejected design for the earlier Tyrant that would go on to become Mr X.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: Nemesis is actually a rejected design for the earlier Tyrant that would go on to become Mr Mr. X.
21st Nov '17 11:13:12 AM PF
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* OlderThanTheyThink: Nemesis is actually a rejected design for the earlier tyrant that would go on to become Mr X.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: Nemesis is actually a rejected design for the earlier tyrant Tyrant that would go on to become Mr X.
19th Nov '17 7:30:56 PM ajbit26
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* OlderThanTheyThink: Nemesis is essentially a mash-up of both Mr. X and G-Birkin from the previous game, but made free-roaming rather than being limited to set appearances. Mr. X also was an ImplacableMan who couldn't be killed until a set point in the game, and who dropped special rare goods if you did put him down, whilst G-Birkin also became an increasingly mutated and hideous monster as you fought in his serial boss battles.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: Nemesis is essentially actually a mash-up of both Mr. X and G-Birkin from rejected design for the previous game, but made free-roaming rather than being limited earlier tyrant that would go on to set appearances. Mr. X also was an ImplacableMan who couldn't be killed until a set point in the game, and who dropped special rare goods if you did put him down, whilst G-Birkin also became an increasingly mutated and hideous monster as you fought in his serial boss battles.become Mr X.



** YMMV on this. As this troper finds the various powders, and the upgraded ammo you can later get, to be rather enjoyable during repeated playthroughs. Plus, it is rather easy to use the powder to get a pretty hefty amount of Freeze Rounds for your grenade launcher, which do even MORE damage to Nemesis the then Magnum
14th Nov '17 5:31:02 AM PF
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** The game itself. Despite being a last-minute replacement title that was made in a relative hurry, ''Nemesis'' has gone on to become one of the most recognizable entries in the franchise. It's the only game in the series that received anything close to a live-action adaptation (in ''Resident Evil: Apocalypse''), Nemesis is arguably the single most recognizable monster in the whole series (to the point where it made it into ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' twice), and RE3 is by far the most referenced game in later releases (although RE5 may end up surpassing it in the long run).

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** The game itself. Despite being a last-minute replacement title that was made in a relative hurry, ''Nemesis'' ''Resident Evil 3'' has gone on to become one of the most recognizable entries in the franchise. It's the only game in the series that received anything close to a live-action adaptation (in ''Resident Evil: Apocalypse''), in ''Film/ResidentEvilApocalypse'', Nemesis is arguably one of the single franchise's most recognizable monster in the whole series (to monsters,[[note]]To the point where it made it into he is playable in two games in the ''Marvel vs. Capcom'' twice), series.[[/note]] and RE3 it is by far one of the most referenced game in later releases (although RE5 may end up surpassing it in the long run).games.
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