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  • News Bot
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    Originally posted by MiLØ View Post
    ^ This doesn't look like an incorrect translation or a broken English, it's more of a totally different way of line delivery of what Leon's saying. Isn't it common for Japanese movies and games to be translated into English in such way that it's more appropriate for the audience? At least from the point of view of those who's localizing the product.
    Yes it is common, not with this series though. They just think of painfully worse dialogue. What Leon says is not appropriate for anyone, let alone an English audience (the ones who have pointed it out as being utterly atrocious).

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  • MiLØ
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    ^ This doesn't look like an incorrect translation or a broken English, it's more of a totally different way of line delivery of what Leon's saying. Isn't it common for Japanese movies and games to be translated into English in such way that it's more appropriate for the audience? At least from the point of view of those who's localizing the product.
    Last edited by MiLØ; 10-31-2012, 02:19 PM.

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  • News Bot
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    Having looked at the Japanese script, as I suspected, the English dialogue is complete garbage conjured up by shitty translators.

    LEON ENG: Guess scarecrow's aren't exactly known for their rousing conversation.

    LEON JPN: Seems he's too weak to talk.

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  • CrimsonRex
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    I want a Tyrant suit now.

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  • Rick Hunter
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    Malnourished tyrants

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  • Pikminister
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    The Engineers from Prometheus?... Nah.





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  • alexdz
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    Originally posted by RaccoonSurvivor View Post
    I know that..
    ''Ada'' or Carla mearly had the mission of obtaining a Plaga sample and returning it to The organisation - i never said she took it there.

    I know the C-Virus was used - Spoiler:


    Her lines with Leon make this theory debateable - but again, this could be a red herring by Capcom to throw us of the scent.
    Why else would she reveal Leon as an American Agent to Svetlana?
    Why would she want a plaga if she already had one? - this is a dead give away surely?
    And finally, note how she wears a short dress.. Carla wears similar stuff in RE6.
    Ada always wore leggings or trousers .. her dress in 4 was long and open for ease .. not constricting.
    The things coming out of the J'avos like wings and weird legs are mutations, not parasites.

    Ada used Leon to keep Svetlana busy while she did her own thing, if I recall it right. The dress thing makes no sense and what she did to the Plaga is unknown. Also, different writters for both the game and movie and both were produced roughly at the same time.

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  • Blacktail
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    Nope C-Virus is just the viruses you described, no plagas or parasites anywhere.
    Carla and Leon hadn't met until RE6 and the fact the she helped him in the elevator shows that it is Ada
    She said that to distract Svetlana and shut the power off so they could both escape.
    This is type 2 plaga, this one's different to the one she already has.
    Ada wore a short dress in RE2.

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  • RaccoonSurvivor
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    Originally posted by alexdz View Post
    Carla was using the C-virus, not Las Plagas, and it wasn't Ada who brought the Plagas to the Eastern Slav Republic, if that's what you're implying.
    I know that..
    ''Ada'' or Carla mearly had the mission of obtaining a Plaga sample and returning it to The organisation - i never said she took it there.

    I know the C-Virus was used - Spoiler:


    Her lines with Leon make this theory debateable - but again, this could be a red herring by Capcom to throw us of the scent.
    Why else would she reveal Leon as an American Agent to Svetlana?
    Why would she want a plaga if she already had one? - this is a dead give away surely?
    And finally, note how she wears a short dress.. Carla wears similar stuff in RE6.
    Ada always wore leggings or trousers .. her dress in 4 was long and open for ease .. not constricting.
    Last edited by RaccoonSurvivor; 10-22-2012, 04:56 PM.

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  • alexdz
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    Carla was using the C-virus, not Las Plagas, and it wasn't Ada who brought the Plagas to the Eastern Slav Republic, if that's what you're implying.

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  • RaccoonSurvivor
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    Just watched it .. was OK at best - but looked nicer than Degeneration - No Claire Redfield but hey .. hehe

    Seriously though having completed RE6 (and this movie is a prequel taking place just after RE5) I theorise that ..

    Spoiler:


    That's how I feel anyway.. Ada might be manipulative and deceptive, but she's a good gal at heart ..
    Last edited by RaccoonSurvivor; 10-22-2012, 03:54 PM.

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  • News Bot
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    Here is the information contained on the B.O.W. files on Svetlana's desk.

    Plaga
    B.O.W (Bio Organic Weapon)

    The Plaga is a parasitic organism that was sealed in the cellar of the castle of the Salazar family. It was discovered by Ramon Salazar, the 8th lord of the family castle. In Spanish "Plaga" means "disaster" and "Las Plagas" means "parasites". The Plaga cannot live on its own and will die quickly if it doesn't find a host.
    Thus to survive, it will attack any nearby organism. Unlike other parasites, the Plaga is a eusocial organism like ants and bees and will create and live in its own colony.

    Plagas can live in different organisms and create a mutual link among the host organisms, establishing a unique form of society. The Plaga lays an egg in the human body and as it gradually grows, it attaches itself to the host's central nervous system to control the behavior and actions of the host.

    Influences of the Plaga on the human body
    The frontal lobe is completely paralyzed

    fig. 4-1: A Plaga captured to be dissected to study its structure.
    fig. 4-2: Plaga found in the Eastern Slav Republic.
    fig. 4-3: CAT scan results show a human (male) brain infected by the Plaga.
    fig. 4-4: The parietal lobe of the brain is mainly affected.
    fig. 4-5: Plaga clings on the human (male) spine and controls the body.
    fig. 4-6: Changes in the cells of the human (male) over time caused by the Plaga.
    fig. 4-7: Changes in the state of agitation over time.
    Licker
    B.O.W (Bio Organic Weapon)

    Lickers are the result of the t-Virus' further infestation within infected humans. Their muscle tissues and brains are literally uncovered, and their physical structure is enhanced compared to those of a normal human being. The Licker B is an evolution B.O.W. derived from the Licker.
    While the Licker was originally a human infected by the t-Virus, researchers have used the Progenitor Virus to make further enhancements. In the process they ended up creating a whole bunch of Lickers.
    The Licker has lost most of its sight. In return, its hearing and sense of smell have increased substantially. Its hands and feet grow large claws that allow it to crawl on ceilings. When it sense prey, it lands on the floor and attacks its prey with its claws.

    Several Lickers were witnessed in many areas of the civil war battlefield, fig. 3-1 (a) shows the expansion of damaged areas.
    Cerberus
    B.O.W (Bio Organic Weapon)

    Cerberus is considered difficult to differentiate from a Zombie Dog, since both are derived from a Doberman.
    However, Cerberus' origin is technically different and thus the two cannot be categorized as identical breeds.
    The Zombie Dog was born from a Doberman feeding on t-Virus contaminated food, while Cerberus was created when scientists gave a Doberman a dosage of the t-Virus.

    Cerberus has been assigned by its researchers the identification number "MA-39".
    Cerberus, known to be very violent in nature, has the ability to attack its target in a pack. Cerberus is a B.O.W. considered cheap to create while being a highly effective military weapon. For this reason, Umbrella considers Cerberus a successful case of the use of the t-Virus.

    Fig 1-1 (a): The "t-virus" has been detected from the specimen sample of the undead.
    Fig 1-1 (b): The image shows the expansion of the virus up to 30mm in diameter.
    Fig 1-2: An infected "Cerberus" found in a damaged area of Eastern Europe. Characteristics of turning into an undead have already started appearing on its body.
    Fig 1-3: Another "Cerberus" found at the same place as fig. 1-2. Those bitten by the Cerberus will die and turn into zombies.

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  • vegeta21x
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    oh ok... i think it would be pretty stupid if there is a clone... copying anything from the movies is BS to me and pretty lame. Like Halo there should have been a bible about the who thing and take the stories from that and not make up some lame BS story to cash in on the movies.

    Edit: oh and thanks for not spoiling anything.
    Last edited by vegeta21x; 09-29-2012, 08:34 PM.

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  • alexdz
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    Originally posted by vegeta21x View Post
    How come you guys think shes a clone of ada, cuz ada doesnt look like ada anymore? maybe thats cuz of the beefed up character model?
    And about what AsteroidBlues says about her, what clues is there that says anything about Carla being a clone of ada?
    Leaked info from months ago. Anything else I say may be spoilers from RE6.
    Last edited by alexdz; 09-29-2012, 08:31 PM.

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  • vegeta21x
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    Originally posted by alexdz View Post
    New character from RE6.
    How come you guys think shes a clone of ada, cuz ada doesnt look like ada anymore? maybe thats cuz of the beefed up character model?
    And about what AsteroidBlues says about her, what clues is there that says anything about Carla being a clone of ada?
    Last edited by vegeta21x; 09-29-2012, 08:15 PM.

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