I set the first of the three pics I posted on the previous page as my desktop background just now, and I really like it that way, a lot more than I thought I would. It just fits so well. Guess I had Heath Ledger Joker as a background for way too long.
Was... Didn't she quit STARS and join the BSAA in RE3?
In any case, speaking of which, when I was looking at the RE wiki again earlier, I saw this when viewing the page for the 1st RE movie and lol'd.
"George Romero Script
George A. Romero, who previously directed an ad campaign for Biohazard 2 (Resident Evil 2) in Japan in 1998, was considered to script and direct Resident Evil but was rejected by Capcom. Capcom Producer Yoshiki Okamoto told the editors of "Electronic Gaming Monthly" that "His (Romero) script wasn't good, so Romero was fired". Romero later stated that the rejection of his script was due to producer Bernd Eichinger. Everyone else associated with the pre-production apparently liked the script. Romero, back when he was still signed on for the project, stated in an official appearance in Universal Studio's Talk City chat room that he had his secretary play the entire game through and record the gameplay so he could study it as a resource.
*The Spencer Estate incident was intended to be filmed but was scrapped after Romero was rejected.
*In Romero's unproduced script, Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield were chosen as the lead characters, and were involved in a romantic relationship.
*Many of the games' characters were included in Romero's script including Barry Burton, Rebecca Chambers, Ada Wong, and Albert Wesker, who were similar in character but different in appearance or role to those in the game itself. i.e. Jill was the captain of S.T.A.R.S. rather than Wesker, Chris was not member at all, instead being a Native-American man living on a nearby farm, and Barry was going to fill the same role but portrayed as an African-American.
*The ending would have approximated what happens in the games, but two other characters would have been confirmed dead: Barry was going to be shot dead by Wesker, and Wesker would meet his end when the Tyrant impales him and severs his head in a closing door."
Also I believe she was a Solo Op during RES 3 until she reunited with Chris to destroy the last base. (Under the command of Spencer's right hand man Col. Sergei and the top weapons project, TALOS!) Then the BSAA was formed during the aftermath.
Kind of, yeah, but not that much. I'm aware of their flaws, but they still kept me entertained to some extent. Of course, I can see why others don't like them. What I don't see is how Romero's script could have possibly been better , though I guess that's just a matter of opinion. That script to me would have been even more outrageous than what we actually got. A lot more.
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I kinda like the Resident Evil movies but not fully because if the plot was the same as the one in the videogames then it would've probably been a success but instead we get the plot of a telepathic woman. You want to know something else? It's been confirmed that in the movies, Leon Kennedy is dead and the producers said that if they have to put him in future sequels, he'll have to be a clone. Stupid I know but hey, at least it beats Romero's script.
To be fair they did the "best" they could I mean it's not like there's any real plot to be found in Resident evil as a whole, most of it is stupid as hell, or in the case of Resident Evil 5 a combination of cliched action movies and a lack of explanation on key points.
Although they could've been better, the RE films are still the only video game-based movies I've enjoyed to any extent (besides the first Mortal Kombat), and that sure says something.
Heh, pretty much. Didn't stop me from liking the game though.
Speaking of which, I recently got SS with the remaining characters on every stage of Mercs, and almost got over 500,000 on Public Assembly as well in the process. If I wasn't low on money at the moment, I'd already get more MS points for MvsC2, but RE5's Mercs has still kept me entertained for now.
Last edited by Ridley_Prime on Aug 5th, 2009 at 09:18 PM