Plot Dump: The Campaign for Ada's campaign.Explanation Resulting from the majority of the game's plot details and backstories of the villains and other important information that is found through the Serpent Emblems on Ada's campaign.
The healing tablets in the game tend to be referred to by players as "Tic-Tacs," after the candy.
Ada Wrong and Fake-Ada, for the Ada clone who's wreaking havoc. Alternatively, Ada Wong and Ada Wrong.
Alternatively, Red Ada and Blue Ada.
Resident Evil: Modern Warfare, for the added focus on shooter mechanics.
Alternatively, Resident Gears of Duty.
Genius Bonus: During Chapter 3 of Chris' campaign, while tracking the Iluzja through the Poisawan district, one part of the area resembles an extremely unhygenic dentist's office, complete with a filthy glass case full of dentures. In real life, the Kowloon Walled City, which this part of the game was based on, was infamous for it's large number of unlicensed dentists, and a case full of dentures almost identical to the one seen in the game was featured in an old German documentary about the Walled City.
The same can be said the other campaigns, to a degree. The game recycles the angry, brooding, vengeance-driven Chris from Resident Evil 5 during the majority of his chapters. Jake and Sherry's campaign can be seen as a retake on Resident Evil 3 (Ustanak being the Nemesis counterpart). Ada's campaign is much like her Resident Evil 4 campaign, tailing the rest of the cast and filling in details as she goes along.
Talking To Herself: Ada and Carla are voiced by Courtenay Taylor. Which is justified, since Carla's actually a clone of the real Ada.