4x the awesome
- Aug 15, 2014
- Reaction score
Yeah idk why realism felt justifiable enough to completely change the look of one of the, if not the, most iconic characters in the series, but they make a lot of weird decisions. It's not his behavior, though. It's a perfectly natural way to introduce yourself to someone, and someone's willingness to conform to social conduct isn't a tell. Maybe he's never introduced himself as Redfield before, but it's not been a trademark of his character to introduce himself in a certain way. If that's all the info we have, then that just tells us we don't know much.So... What did we learn? Stop changing character models all the time for no good reason and people might just address the topics you want them to discuss rather than the other huge elephant in the room.
Also, why is the introduction argument weak? If looks can't be trusted anymore, then what else do we have left besides a character's behaviour? We have someone who only shows up for the last two minutes of the game, does nothing to write home about and also looks nothing like the guy he's introducing himself as, so yeah, those few words he says are pretty much the only in-game information that carries any weight right now.
As for the video, it's kind of hard to listen to that guy with his monotone voice all the time, but I forced myself through it anyway, and now I'm trying to remember what he said. That not everyone is happy with the way RE7 turned out, and that even Capcom no longer have any idea what to do with this series? Great, what else is new? I also find it weird that he says Zoe's character is underdeveloped. Her story might be underdeveloped (and yes, the moral choice is kind of pointless), but she as a character is still a lot more interesting than all those other bland bores in this game, so while I agree that RE7 deserves to be criticised, maybe don't start with its only somewhat decent character.