"the man who's told to save the world."
El Mag wrote:It needs Claire in there somewhere, it's a sausage fest so far.
I'm not counting Ashley if that was her in the video, after helping her in 4 I swore if we met again she'd get a swift uppercut.
discostoo wrote:Unfortunately for the series, its deviated from the tense, creepy, fright-fest that made it popular into a generic action based made-for-the-masses shooter. Might as well have called it Gears of Evil.
Nitramuse wrote:discostoo wrote:Unfortunately for the series, its deviated from the tense, creepy, fright-fest that made it popular into a generic action based made-for-the-masses shooter. Might as well have called it Gears of Evil.
Or maybe Residents of War?
DAEDALUS79 wrote:Looked like Krauzer to me in the video but Wesker is probably the most likely option
Alex was raised by Lord Oswell E. Spencer to become one of a superior breed of humans. The project involved the abduction of a number of children thought to be of "superior" DNA. The children would then be given the surname Wesker in honor of the project's head researcher. Alex made a report on Project W on 28 August 1998, which states that before Albert Wesker faked his death, the project was at a 94% rate of success, but after the news of his death, the project went down to just 18%.
In Spencer's view, Alex was also one of his "loyal" remaining children that he had at his side. The brightest of them all, in Spencer's view and words,"so adept at absorbing the talents of others simply by observing them." Alex was conducting experiments at the South Seas at an island for Spencer. Alex researched and studied a virus for Spencer in order to find the secret to immortality for him. Out of all odds Alex accomplished this feat, but betrayed Spencer by disappearing and taking the results.
At present, Alex's status is unknown. Whether being immortal, simply in hiding, or dead, Alex's exact fate has yet to be made clear.
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