It's the mindset of the host that is the crucial factor in the mutations, as stated in Wesker's report on Sergei as a belief. "A monster whose very body is the picture of suffering" in his words, described Sergei perfectly.I think Morpheus was in the process of a sex change. Actually, we always see him wearing a trench coat, so we can't really tell if this is true, but I think he had breasts, since the tyrant version of him does have breasts. I also think he was taking feminine hormones, so even if he dind't have breasts, this could have been a contribution. The mind-state is also important for physical aspect of the transformation, so if he was in a "female" state of mind, that would also be an important factor. I guess he was transexual.
Hmm, now I don't feel like such a weirdo.I'm actually really, really into eccentricity. Not to mention his voice is orgasmic and he was like, amazingly perfect in Labyrinth. Love. If only he were like, 35 years younger. Ugh.
For me, Resident evil 3 just feels more like an expansion pack to RE2. It dident really feel like a proper continuation, i enjoy that you are out on the streets more this time then compared to the measily five minutes you had outside in RE2. The storyline is also pants in Resident evil 3, nowhere near as good as those in the first two.
RE3 came out in 1999 if my memory serves me right, two different nationalities there anyway, plus they did fix his voice in umbrella chronicles, AND he's in a game with Jill, doesn't get better than that, although I can't really see why all the foxy lady's love his accent...:O I saw it the other way around.....T_T why do we have such equal but not similar views? nvm...I liked luis because his gun was cool lookin. His accent was better but hey its not really an equal comparison due to re3 being made during 2000, or 2003 i can't really remember and google is not helpin.
I didn't like Luis as a character, and he didn't even fit the environment... he seemed so out of place xD.