Resident Evil 6 Log #4: WHY DON’T THE BOSSES EVER DIE

Because I am an artard or something, Resident Evil 6 had NOT saved my battle with the USkank SOOOO I had to beat that iron-clawed fucknut down again. Which I did, with ease, by the way. It’s like my badassery scale went up by a point while I was away or something. And before I proceed any farther, I want to preface this post with the honest truth that I was slightly buzzed during this play session and since it was a few days ago my memory is like OOOHWHATHAPPENED?! So, bear with me. Kthnx.

In any case, after splitting away from Sherry and Jake Helena and Leon came to a cockblock door that required three different keys. Sure, great, whatever — except this THING was all over our nuts and wouldn’t let us search for the keys in peace.

I think it’s called a Regenerator, and I don’t even know if that’s even it in the above photo. All I know is that these fuckers were supposedly in Resident Evil 4 (my brain doesn’t recall seeing them, though) so apparently this wasn’t my first run-in with this…thing. AND HOW DID IT EXPRESS IT’S GRATITUDE OF RUNNING INTO LEON ?! It tried to stick Helena’s head in meat grinder. And the sad thing is that it succeeded a few times before my partner got the button prompts right.

Anyway, after we found all three keys and unlocked the door, we ran into Ada (details are, um, fuzzy) who tried to KILL us. What a great character, that Ada Wong. So, we chased that bitch. But it turns out we weren’t the only ones chasing her:

Hello, studs. So glad you can see each other. In the same screen. In HD.

Chris claimed Ada caused the outbreak, Leon said she was a key witness, yadda yadda yadda. All I know is my longtime wish after seeing the RE6 trailer, dated April 10th, didn’t come true:

“Chris and Leon are going to meet for the first time!!! Maybe they’ll forget about everything happening and remove their shirts so that they may compare their six-pacs or something. That would be amazeballs. Speaking of amazeballs, DEM GRAPHICS! I’m sure you’d be able to see every ripple of muscle…oh, ahem. Am I typing out-loud? ;D”

So, yeah, THAT didn’t happen. But anyway, I’m going to be honest (again) and tell you I don’t remember how or why things happened following this event. But this is what how shit went down according to the Wiki:

Leon, Helena, Sherry, and Jake confront Simmons over his involvement with the outbreaks, where Sherry covertly hands Jake’s medical data to Leon in case of their captivity. Leon and Helena corner Simmons, who has been infected by a J’avo, atop a train, where he confesses to having killed the President to keep him from disclosing the truth behind Raccoon City, which would have led to the US losing its authority. The two temporarily defeat a mutated Simmons while Sherry and Jake are captured. When attempting to leave the city, Leon and Helena are warned by Chris that a missile has been launched, but are too late to stop it. Leon discloses Jake’s real identity to Chris and has him rescue Jake and Sherry in a remote oil platform. With the aid of Ada, Leon and Helena finally kill Simmons before escaping with evidence proving Simmons’s crimes provided by Ada, exonerating Helena.

SWEET! There you have it, folks! I finished Leon’s campaign.

Here are some last-minute Leon campaign thoughts:

  • True to Resident Evil fashion, it took like, twelve different battles before Simmons went down for good. Like, for good-good. Juuust when you thought he was finally dead BLAMMO he pops his mutated face all up in your grill to say hello. Butthead.
  • Also true to Resident Evil fashion, we got a five second ending. Sigh. Why do I ever expect anything more…
  • I was hoping I’d get to see Sheva with Chris, but maybe we’ll see a blip of her in his mission.
  • I HATE CLIMBING THOSE GODDAMN ROPES. Seriously. Like, I get how to do it now, but for a second (more like 60 seconds) I was like GRAWWWWWWGH!!!
  • Leon’s campaign was enjoyable. I loved some of the retro-feel puzzles, zombies and cheesiness. So. Much. Cheese. But I have to say I’m not a HUGE fan of the leveling/upgrade system — I liked RE4’s and RE5’s a conisderable amount more.
  • I can’t help but wonder — is Helena going to drop off of the radar forever now?

Next up: CHRIS! Several of you have told me Jake’s campaign is your favorite, so I’m saving that one for last.

Also, I want to delay the inevitable crush I’m going to develop.

Dig my weirdness? Subscribe to my Youtube channel (below)!

  • Jimmer

    Shouldn’t that be log #4?

    • britt5091

      Yesssssssssss. Good catch, you! ;D

  • So I just saw the preview to your calendar pics. Let me just say you look insanely hot in those pics.

    • britt5091

      Hahaha — thank you!

  • The Great Video Game Blog

    Resident Evil has been a franchise that has disappointed me more than not. This game had the potential to BE THE ONE! yet it seemed to fall flat because of the different directions it decided to take. What made Resident Evil 2 so great? The Horror aspect… Since then we have seen very little horror and more action. Which is fine, but these are not supposed to be action games. Just my thoughts.

    http://tgvgb.blogspot.com/

    • James

      The formula changed really dramatically IMHO. My problem is I played a port because I don’t own a dreamcast. My second problem I LOVED the remake of 1. But I have an OCD save tendancy and playing re2 as a kid has cemeted the old school stuff to SCARE ME! Capcom has changed their dynamic to a point that I cant stand them much anymore. Their 2D stuff is really good btw.

  • James

    Oh my ELITE GUARD! Not the REGENERATORS!

  • Fox

    Is there anyone on Earth who didn’t unleash a roar of pure rage at the bit where Simmons is chasing you up those bastard ropes?