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Me, personally, it would be between STARS or Spec Ops. I would most likely go with Spec Ops because man, I love the Army and they’re affiliated with the actual military.
So yeah, I’d deff be Spec Ops.
The asks we’ve been getting today really make me and Diya happy. We were talking about them earlier and it’s nice to see some good asks sent in. It makes us actually think for once and it’s nice to dive deeper into certain aspects of the franchise.
Thank you and we apologize for the lack of activity lately on this blog. When we have little to no confessions, it’s hard to keep the blog active.
Sadly, I have no opinion on them for I’ve never read them. I always try to find them so I can start reading them because I would love to see what S.D. Perry wrote.
I’ve heard they’re not half-bad but that’s about all I can say.
One day I’ll find them somewhere and finally read them. Been trying for years.
I never read the script he wrote, but I have heard of it. I’m not exactly a fan of the script he wrote. The way it’s come off to me, and I just quickly glanced at it, it comes off as some love story between Chris and Jill rather than an actual game adaptation.
Here’s what we needed to realize and what I push for people to consider.
Now, we all know several games have been adapted to movies. Silent Hill is a good example. Let’s disregard the first Silent Hill movie and look at the second. For a game adaptation slightly, I find it was done very well save for the fact they made Vincent a love interest for Heather and made him a teen.
Anyway, that’s not my point. When it comes to game adaptations for films, we need to realize that you’re not exactly going to want a movie that is the game itself. It’s boring, it’s predictable, and no matter what you do, you’re not going to be happy.
I’m not saying Paul Anderson did exactly what I wanted with the films, but he did take it in another direction. Sure, it’s not exactly our Resident Evil, but it is.
What I’m saying is that no matter who writes a script for any game adaptation, there will be complaints overall. Some people will love it, others not so much.
When it comes to Paul, he did a good job because it’s different from what we know and love in the franchise. His Resident Evil is not the Resident Evil we know and love and we needed to separate the two. When it comes to George, he did try to keep that Resident Evil we know but went for the “love story in a horror movie” path, which isn’t the best to me.
Either way, it doesn’t matter in the end. A movie is a movie, a game is a game. Someone will complain, someone will cheer.
To me, the only character who was semi-right was Sienna playing Jill. Her and Julia Voth are the only two people I can recognize as Jill valentine. I also think the guy who played Peyton, if they would have brought Kenneth into the movies, he would have been perfect.
When it comes to the rest of the cast, they really aren’t exactly the characters to me.
Barry was ok too, I did sort of like the Barry, and I suppose Ada was done somewhat right.
As for the rest, it’s a no for me and always will be.
“I’ve only actually played the REmake but I’ve read so much about the other games that I see myself as something like a ResiE master”
“I have this thing where I wish RE characters were real. I wish that so hard. Especially Wesker.”