Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 30 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles
tyrant. In a cutscene in the final level, the tyrant breaks it's arm through it's glass holding chamber and stabs Wesker through the stomach. Wesker is later brought back to life with superhuman powers from the T-virus.
2 and 4. The 2nd game featured Leon and Claire going through Raccoon city. The 4th game featured Leon going through a remote area in Spain.
beta hunters. The beta hunters are running towards the Umbrella B.O.W. mass production and testing plant. They are brutally shot into many pieces by the chopper's chaingun.
machine pistol. The machine pistol fires much faster than anything in the game. When fired, it sounds like a vulcan minigun, emptying clips in a couple seconds.
pistol. The pistol is the only gun in the game to always have infinite ammo. It is usefel only if you have no more ammo in any other gun, against small groups of zombies and large groups of leeches, zombies, birds, cockroaches and bats.
zombies. Zombies have always been the trademark for "Resident Evil". They are slow moving and easy to get head shots on.
stinger. The stinger is a giant scorpion. The vital spots are his head and tail and everything else is armor-plated so don't try anywhere else. When he charges you either enter the on-screen commands or shoot his tail.
Talos. Talos is a mechanical B.O.W. created in an Umbrella base in Russia. You fight him in the last level of the chapter "Umbrella's End" in a testing arena. The first fight, he is small and goes down pretty quick. The second phase, he is now hanging from the roof and grew many times bigger then the last form.
23. He used to be part of the Marine Corps until he was given command to attack a village on duty. After killing all those people he was stripped of status and sentenced to death. The Ecliptic Express was transferring him to be killed when leeches attacked the passengers of the train. He was the only survivor and was found by Rebecca Chambers of the Bravo Team. In the end you pretend that he did not survive the crash for you believe he should be given a second chance. This occurs in Train Derailment 1; the first mission.
5 . You have to pay for each one. Each one increases the weapons usefulness somehow, whether it be firepower, ammo, capacity, or others. At first you can only go up to four, but after you get an S ranking in every sub and regular mission you get level 5, which is infinite ammo (very, very helpful). You will get a message that says infinite ammo deactivated, which is a glitch but it is really activated.
first aid spray . This can be found in every level of the game. Sometimes it's out in the open, but sometimes you may have to shoot a object to reveal it. It revives you the second you die. It's even rumored to be in the secret level. It is a classic item from the "Resident Evil" series.
Lisa. Lisa Trevor and her family were taken into Umbrella when she was just a little girl. Her dad designed the mansion and Umbrella thought he knew to much. Many tests on her family were taken as if they were lab mice. Lisa is the only one who would give some sort of result from the tests. Her family proved useless and were disposed of. In a truly detailed report in a file found in the mansion it reveals everything about her family. Lisa had a sick habit of taking someones face and putting it on her own. This includes her parents. She was disposed of half a dozen times but survived somehow. So the scientists cuffed her and let her to forever roam the mansion. That is until you came along.
Forest Speyer . When you exit the mansion and cut a corner you find whats left of your best friend Forest. Just before shooting him you remember your shooting sessions with him. He is a friend of Chris' and the two enjoyed much healthy competition in sharp shooting. He is harder to kill then most zombies. Not even a critical hit will do the first time. Forest is one of your team who was sent to find the disappeared Bravo Team. Your whole squad fell to zombie dogs that infest the forest.
Complete every mission. After every mission is complete the new level is available at the bottom left of the mission selection screen. Ten zombies will pop their heads out from behind a desk during the level. The ones you don't shoot gang up on you and attack you from behind at the second part of the level. After you go through ten levels of this you fight the boss zombie.
Talos. You actually have to fight him twice. He is Umbrella's ultimate weapon. After you kill him first he transforms bigger and gets more arms. He also attaches himself to the ceiling. You have to shoot his head and shoulders until he finally gets weak than he will fall and give you the opportunity to shoot his real weak spot. Winning you the game on the main missions. Somehow Wesker helped you defeat him to find out you need to successfully complete Dark Legacy 2.
H.U.N.K's level in a secret room. Towards the end of the level H.U.N.K will look toward the door and walk away. You need to break down the door and it will be sitting on the police desks. There are also some really good weapons and much needed help in this room. Except for about six zombies. The handcannon will destroy most enemies in one shot and is usually the last weapon you get in the game. Its downfall is that it does not carry much ammo. To unlock Fourth Survivor, complete every mission before it.
Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles. After the events of "Umbrella Chronicles" end, players can try their hand at the other side of the story involving Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield in "Darkside Chronicles". This particular game includes the events of "Resident Evil 2", "Resident Evil Code: Veronica" and a number of extra missions never-before-seen in the "Resident Evil" universe involving Leon and his partner (seen in "Resident Evil 4"), Jack Krauser.
The events of this game precede "Resident Evil 4" while "Resident Evil 5" would appear on a later system. Like "Umbrella Chronicles", "Darkside Chronicles" is a rail shooter.
Chris Redfield. The 'Umbrella's End' scenario is a difficult one, even for skilled players, simply due to the frequency at which enemies attack. Almost every enemy of the game will throw itself at the duo as they make their way through this completely new location in the "Resident Evil" series. After three chapters, they'll face off against Talos, a horrible Tyrant creature with a large gun.
To play 'Umbrella's End', you need to have completed both of Wesker's previous side-stories and beaten 'Raccoon's Destruction'. If you can beat all the rest of the scenarios in the game, you'll also unlock a final Wesker side-story, 'Dark Legacy', which follows the events shortly before "Resident Evil 4".
Nemesis. As 'Raccoon's Destruction' follows "Resident Evil 3: Nemesis", it makes sense for the final boss to be this super-powered Umbrella BOW on a mission. The last chapter of this file will take Jill and Carlos to the police station where they'll need to ascend to the roof (through a zombie-filled structure) and face off against this creation designed to kill S.T.A.R.S. members like Jill.
This battle isn't meant to be an easy one; Nemesis is a complicated tank of a creature and unloading a lot of rounds is essential. If they defeat Nemesis, they'll escape the city before it's nuked into oblivion. That's not the end of the zombie apocalypse, though.
Rebecca Chambers. In the 'Nightmares' sidestory (unlocked after completing the 'Mansion Incident'), Rebecca Chambers and Richard Aiken head out from the guest house (facing off against an overwhelming number of giant spiders) and try to reach the Spenser Mansion. This trip, of course, is plagued with other infected animals including crows, wasps, dogs, and people. If you happen to be able to survive this animal onslaught and score an A ranking on the file, you'll unlock a second 'Nightmares' level which ends with a boss fight against Yawn.