Best Fights: knife fight knife aka cut scene leon/krauser, all fights with nemesis and vs william birken was pretty sweet to billys slowmotion shot in the end of zero. and mikhail fight nemesis in train.
worst.zero scorpion leon vs last boss in re 4 abit boring to
My favorite bosses:
Birkin in his second and third form on the little elevator thing
The entire fight with Krauser
Knife fight with Krauser was pretty badass.
Best: Nemesis (all fights), Birkin's second mutation, Tyrant on the helipad in RE1/REmake, Yawn, Crocodile (RE2), Verdugo, and the Krauser knife fight.
Worst: Centurion (RE0), Gulp Worm (RECV), and Thanatos (Outbreak).
Last edited by Spera01; 12-12-2008 at 11:24 PM.
In my opinion the worst boss fight is against nemesis in 3 where you have to shoot the acid valves to burn him away bit by bit. Maybe it was just me but those handles were a pain to actually hit and when you did Nemesis was already up in your grill looking for dinner.
Best boss fight would have to be the tyrant at the end of the first game. Collecting everything you had to fight this monstrosity on the rooftop. Inventory filled with herbs in case he hit you with that over-powered claw strike. Clock ticking down until the facility exploded. Then finally the rocket launcher save after you've done most the damage. Good times.
Best-Nemesis, coz he's hard as and keeps coming at you
Worst-Gravedigger, that worm is so annoying and and annoys the hell out of me
best - NEMESIS (any form)
worst - centurion (scorpion, it was just to easy)
PROJECT Umbrella - The BIOHAZARD/RESIDENT EVIL Compendium
Um, you know that Capcom says RE4 is canon, right? So it kinda did screw over the story. Now RE is infested with parasites the size of a human torso that can grow to about five or six times their size in a matter of mere seconds. And in an RE5 trailer, I'm pretty sure I saw one that erupts from someone's body and can fly. Sounds like a ruined story to me!Originally Posted by Town of Green
Well, that and Leon's one-liners kinda killed it too.
Parasites been around since RE3 technically. Pseudo-science is the backbone of RE and Las Plagas is just that.
Last edited by Becky's Butt; 12-13-2008 at 12:15 PM.
Yes, but there's a big difference between 'A parasite allows this monster to fire a gun' and ,'Hi there, you've blown off the head of my host so I'm going to pop out and have a go myself!' Although I suspect it'll be discovered Nemesis parasite is related to Las Plagas, or possibly that it was a Las Plagas and Nemesis was working in a double cross swerve with Saddler, and Saddlers big boss, Enrico, who faked his death so he could run everything via his magical five computer AI's.
Older RE, techno-thriller, pseudoscience, makebelief through makesense.
Parasites dont fit the formula. Parasites are like magic rabbits foot, its just there, so you ought to accept it and forget about it, jut play the game and shoot some sh!t up.
The undeniable proof is in these very forums. When was the last time anyone saw Las Plagas to be connected with our modern science?
The best would have to be any fight with Nemesis. It made the game intense and nerve racking.
The worst would be the fight with TALOS. The boss was just horrible. I thought Sergei was a lot better as a final boss.
Best fights would include all of the Nemesis fights, both Birkin fights on the elevator. Nosferatu in CV:X was interesting as well.
Worst fights would have to be the Gravedigger, T.A.L.OS, The adult Albinoid in Code Veronica and the Sergei fight in UC.
Favourite fights would include:
- Tyrant fight in the lab at the end of the original.
- Birkin at the end of RE2
- Anything involving Nemesis
- U3. The whole cage thing annoyed me
- The bat from zero. Just... boring
- Salazar. Irritating, felt good to finally kill the screaming midget 'tho.
Never could connect Las Plagas to modern science. No real explanation to it, when it was retconned, all we got was some theory about "dog whistles", where some explanation should have been given because it was the basis for a whole game, after years of waiting.
Did you miss all of Luis' memos? They explain how Las Plagas works. Ada just puts in the theroy of how they are controlled by one single Plaga.
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