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Greetings. As per your suggestion, I'm allowed to report any kind of vandalism directly to you, and I happen to notice one recently. Someone by the nameAuraSphere999999 had gone to Forerunner's talk page and wrote a message "U SUCK" or whatever. Please notify Furerunner about this and BAN THE VANDALIZER ALREADY! I highly suspected the person to be the one who wrote shit comments on Barry Burton page, under a different name. Thank you.
Even though I won't edit unless it's grammar, I don't want you guys to think I'm childish. So what if it is not having the correct images from in game? I can do that on my own wiki. The part where Albert kicks Claire? I can just take a screenshot from the game itself.
CVX doesn't change anything but the addition of graphics, like HD REmake. What's to stop Capcom from HD-ing Zero? Or rather Outbreak? I was just saying maybe screenshots could have been used instead of rendering, like in sherry's page of her Claire jacket.
Timworld wrote: CVX doesn't change anything but the addition of graphics, like HD REmake. What's to stop Capcom from HD-ing Zero? Or rather Outbreak? I was just saying maybe screenshots could have been used instead of rendering, like in sherry's page of her Claire jacket.
No, CVX changed a little bit of some dialoge and added some scenes AS WELL as imporved the graphics some.
Capcom making other HD games isn't related to what I'm saying.
It doesn't matter what images we use for the pages as long as they're conveying the correct idea. The problem is, you're think its wrong to use certain images for no good reason. And why use screenshots instead of a renderings? For what reason?
Still, I believe it should be a sneaking suit. If standing still, you can't be seen as it conceals your body, but if an enemy sees you move, it displays an Umbrella symbol over their head and every enemy knows your position. I know it sounds familiar, but whatevs, man. Whatevs.
Forerunner wrote: Oh, that. I think we put them on Walkthrough pages. Or maybe it's on /gameplay.
I am thinking about typing in [The left joystick allows movement] and [ the aim button/ swap button(for RE0)/ fire/ button does this], if it's ok. I'll use Devil May Cry as an example in my own words; [Dante gets a move, called Devil Trigger, where at the touch of a button regenerates his health and his attacks are quicker, but for a timed cool-down duration.]