Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
fuse unit. It was a battery in the Playstation game.
|When you are down in the lab area you use the computer to open the electronic locks. What is the password to open the B3 doors?||"Resident Evil" for Gamecube
cell. Mole was the password in the Playstation version of the game.
zero. You never need it again!
4. She can either replace it with the broken shotgun or she can just take it and hope Barry saves her from the crusher ceiling. If you do it right Barry will save Jill. Jill can get the assault shotgun from Richard if she saves his life with the serum. During the fight with Yawn he comes in to help her and leaves behind his shotgun when Yawn kills him. And, apparently she can also let Richard die and still get the gun off of the floor (#4).
George. George Trevor is Lisa's father.
Yawn and 2. The giant snake is Yawn. He guards one of the death masks in the attic and the 'Blue Doom' book ('Last Book' blue) in the library.
f. She does have the option of returning Barry's gun to him, but she doesn't even meet Carlos until 'Nemesis'.
2 in all modes. It is easier to beat Jill's game with those 2 extra item slots!
Lisa Trevor. Lisa is an experiment gone wrong, or right some might say. She and her mother were held captive and tortured with horrible experiments. She remains an invincible enemy of grotesque proportions.
f. No way! The game is a great remake, but the timeline still begins July 1998.
Rocket Launcher. Once you pick it up, aim at the Tyrant and fire. It shood explode in a cinema scene. You've just beaten the game and finished the quiz! Thanks for playing!
3. These are annoying to get. You must place them into things that look like the Nintendo Gamecube.
Lisa. She's pretty creepy. Her hair is crazy, and when she hits you, you are almost on caution red! OUCH!
Crimson. These might be the scariest enemies in the game. WHen you fun over them when they've been dead for about 30 minutes, they rise quickly, and run after you. Their claws are sharp, and they can easily kill you in a couple of hits.
Wesker. Wesker is shooting at what seems like nothing when you meet him, but he might be shooting bees. He wants you to use the key and investigate the other rooms of the huge mansion. This part is not fun. New enemies await.
V-Jolt. In order to make the V-Jolt, you must mix many chemicals with water in a confusing order. It makes the boss much easier. Without it, you'll be in for a tough battle.
Richard. If Richard is alive, Chris will find him in a shark tank. When he sees sharks coming for Chris, he pushes Chris to the side, but gets eaten. Now Chris must make a run for the exit (better have the key!).
Door to Yawn. You must obtain the Shield key by obtaining the gold shield emblem. When that is placed above the fireplace in the dining room, you can get it when you change the gears in the clock. That is the only door it opens.
Kenneth. When you enter the room where he is being eaten, the game cuts into a cinema scene where it actually shows him being eaten. If you pick up his tape at the time, you can watch it later on in the game (the tape of his death, pretty gruesome).
He was discharged without honors. Chris Redfield was with the US Airforce for years, but was dishonorably discharged for ignoring a commanding officer's orders during a mission. His long time friend Barry Burton recruited him for the S.T.A.R.S. unit in Raccoon City.
Barry Burton. Barry has more than 16 years of experience in law enforcement and is considered to be one of the S.T.A.R.S. most exceptional members. He is the weapons expert who supplies and maintains weapons for the entire unit.
Jill Valentine. Jill's history with Delta Force is unknown, but her specialty within the S.T.A.R.S. unit is disarming explosive traps. As well, she is knowledgeable about mechanical systems and tools. Barry Burton calls her 'the master of unlocking' in both the original "Resident Evil" game (for Playstation), and the remake (for Gamecube).
Albert Wesker and Enrico Marini. Technically, Wesker heads the entire Raccoon City S.T.A.R.S. unit with Enrico acting as his second in command, but in the field Wesker leads the Alpha's while Enrico leads the Bravo's.
Kenneth J. Sullivan. Bravo Team field scout and chemist, Kenneth is the oldest S.T.A.R.S. member at the age of 45. Next is Enrico at 41 years, followed by Barry and Wesker who are both 38.
Rebecca Chambers. At the age of 18, Rebecca is somewhat of a child genius having already completed her post-secondary school education. Her knowledge of field medicine and first aid makes her an asset to the team despite her young age.
Chris Redfield. Even though he's an ex-Air Force pilot, Chris is, surprisingly enough, not a designated helicopter piolet for either of the S.T.A.R.S. teams.
Both. Although he is a Bravo, Richard pulls double duty acting as the radioman for both teams because the Alpha's have no trained operator.
Forest Speyer. Although unconfirmed, it is most likely Forest was assigned as the Bravo Team's vehicle specialist after Joseph Frost was promoted to the Alpha Team. Forest also serves as the Bravo Team sniper.
Joseph Frost. Joseph was promoted by Albert Wesker to be the Alpha Team's vehicle specialist.
Tyrant. The Tyrant's claws can inflict a great deal of damage on your character, but it has one flaw: its heart is exposed. To win the battle, just keep pumping him full of bullets and whatever else you may have, but don't get too cocky, he's very powerful.
Crimson Heads. Crimson Heads are basicaly more agressive Zombies with more attack power. If you don't decapitate or burn previous zombies, you could find Crimson Heads where those previous Zombies were. In some situations, they'll even appear if you burn every Zombie in the game.