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The sixth installment of the Resident Evil series, Capcom's survival horror game Resident Evil 4 is centered around Leon Kennedy's mission to rescue Ashley Graham, the United States President's daughter, from a sinister cult bent on world domination. The game's main single player campaign chronicles Kennedy's adventure though a rural part of Europe in search of Graham. His mission reunites him Ada Wong, a secret agent that was previously introduced in Resident Evil 2, who is also a playable character in the game's other singe player campaigns. In addition to Kennedy and Wong, there are three additional playable characters, Albert Wesker, Jack Krauser, and HUNK, in the game's Mercenaries minigame. The characters of Resident Evil 4 were designed by Masaki Yamanaka, and voiced by several actors including Paul Mercier, Carolyn Lawrence, Jim Ward, and Rino Romano. Resident Evil (known in Japan as Biohazard )) is a survival horror video game series and media franchise consisting of comic books, novelizations, three films, and a variety of collectibles, including action figures, strategy guides and publications. ... For the original NASA meaning, see capsule communicator. ... Survival horror is a video game genre in which the player has to survive against often undead or otherwise supernatural enemies, typically in claustrophobic environments and from a third-person perspective. ... Resident Evil 4, known in Japan as Biohazard 4 ), is a third-person shooter, published and developed by Capcom. ... Leon Scott Kennedy is a video game character from the Resident Evil series of video games. ... For the pop band, see Presidents of the United States of America. ... For other uses, see Europe (disambiguation). ... Ada Wong is a recurring fictional video game character appearing in the Resident Evil video game series. ... Resident Evil 2, known in Japan as Biohazard 2 ), is a survival horror game by Capcom originally released for the PlayStation in 1998. ... Albert Wesker is a fictional character in Capcoms Resident Evil series. ... Jack Krauser is a fictional character in the video game, Resident Evil 4. ... // Main article: Leon S. Kennedy Main article: Claire Redfield Main article: Ada Wong Sherry Birkin (voiced by Lisa Yamanaka) is a 12 year old girl who serves as Claires partner in the game. ... Paul Mercier is a screenwriter/director/actor/voice actor. ... Carolyn Lawrence is an American voice actress who voices Sandy Cheeks on SpongeBob SquarePants, Cindy Vortex on The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and the title character, Orel Puppington, on Moral Orel. ... James (Jim) K. Ward (born May 19, 1959 in New York, New York) is a voice actor who has contributed to a large number of video games and movies. ... Rino Romano (born 1969) is a Canadian voice actor probably best known for his voice roles as Bruce Wayne on the television show The Batman and as Darien Shields (Chiba Mamoru) in the dub of the popular anime Sailor Moon. ...

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Main characters

Left to right: Leon Kennedy, Ashley Graham, and Ada Wong.

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Leon Kennedy

Main article: Leon S. Kennedy

Leon Kennedy (voiced by Paul Mercier) is the protagonist and main playable character in Resident Evil 4.[1] After surviving the T-Virus outbreak in Raccoon City during the events of Resident Evil 2, Kennedy is hired to work with the United States Government.[2] During this period of time, Kennedy underwent a period of extensive training and conditioning, turning him from a rookie police officer into an elite government agent.[3] In Resident Evil 4, he is assigned to rescue the United States president’s daughter, Ashley Graham, who is being held captive by a European cult called “Los Illuminados”.[4] His mission pits him against hordes of indoctrinated villagers, mutated abominations, and characters from his past.[5] Leon Scott Kennedy is a video game character from the Resident Evil survival horror series. ... Paul Mercier is a screenwriter/director/actor/voice actor. ... Resident Evil 4, known in Japan as Biohazard 4 ), is a third-person shooter, published and developed by Capcom. ... T-Virus and G-Virus samples from Resident Evil 2. ... Raccoon City was a fictional midwestern city depicted in the Resident Evil series of survival horror games created by Capcom. ... Resident Evil 2, known in Japan as Biohazard 2 ), is a survival horror game by Capcom originally released for the PlayStation in 1998. ... The government of the United States, established by the United States Constitution, is a federal republic of 50 states, a few territories and some protectorates. ... The Rookie: Norman Rockwells cover for The Saturday Evening Post Rookie is a term for a person who is in their first year of play of their sport and has little or no professional experience. ... For the pop band, see Presidents of the United States of America. ...


Ada Wong

Main article: Ada Wong

Ada Wong (voiced by Sally Cahill) is an operative for an unknown company, who is attempting to retrieve a sample of Las Plagas.[6] She originally met Kennedy during the events of Resident Evil 2.[7] She saves Kennedy’s life on many occasions and helps him rescue Ashley Graham.[5] Wong waits till the game’s end to reveal her true agenda to Kennedy, and steals the sample of Las Plagas. She provides Kennedy and Graham with a jet ski to escape the destruction of the complex and escapes via helicopter.[5] Wong is a playable character in “Assignment Ada”, a short side mission, and “Separate Ways”, which chronicles her actions in Resident Evil 4’s background.[5][8] Ada Wong is a recurring fictional video game character appearing in the Resident Evil video game series. ... Sally Cahill is an American voice actor and onscreen actress. ... Jet ski is the brand name of Kawasaki Heavy Industries personal water craft. ...


Ashley Graham

Ashley Graham (voiced by Carolyn Lawrence) is the president's daughter in Resident Evil 4.[9] A college student living in Massachusetts, Ashley is abducted by a mysterious cult while attempting to return home.[4] She is taken to an undisclosed part of Europe, and held captive in a village inhabited by humans infected by mind-controlling parasites. The cult’s leader, Osmund Saddler, plans to infect her with the parasitic Las Plagas, to carry out the cult's secret agenda.[10] She is rescued by Kennedy, and works alongside him to thwart the cult’s plans and escape. In addition to being able to receive commands and perform simple tasks, Ashley briefly becomes a playable character for a portion of the game.[5] Carolyn Lawrence is an American voice actress who voices Sandy Cheeks on SpongeBob SquarePants, Cindy Vortex on The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and the title character, Orel Puppington, on Moral Orel. ... This article is about the U.S. state. ... For other uses, see Europe (disambiguation). ...


Osmund Saddler

Osmund Saddler (voiced by Michael Gough) is the primary antagonist in Resident Evil 4.[11] He is the leader of “Los Illuminados”, the cult responsible for Ashley Graham's kidnapping.[4] Saddler plans on infecting Graham with a sample of Las Plagas, in hope that she will return home and infect higher ranking members of the United States Government.[10] Saddler then wishes to control them and seize control of the United States, and then the world.[10] He uses unearthed samples of Las Plagas to infect and control villagers and even a local castellan to perform his bidding.[12] However, his plans are foiled by the combined efforts of Kennedy, Wong, and Luis Sera. Kennedy, with the assistance of Wong, defeats Saddler near the game's conclusion, and destroys his research and production complex.[5] Michael Gough is an American voice actor. ... The government of the United States, established by the United States Constitution, is a federal republic of 50 states, a few territories and some protectorates. ... A castellan was the governor or caretaker of a castle or keep. ...


Supporting characters

Luis Sera

Luis Sera (voiced by Rino Romano) is a European researcher, who is attempting to assist Kennedy and Wong in their efforts against Los Illuminados.[13] He is extremely familiar with the village where the game is set, and formerly worked with Osmund Saddler to research and develop the cult’s mind controlling parasites.[14] After realizing Saddler intends to use the parasites for malicious purposes, he begins to attempt to sabotage to cult’s mission. Sera eventually meets Kennedy after both men are captured by villagers.[5] He introduces himself as a former policeman from Madrid, who became dissatisfied with his job.[15] Sera continues to assist Kennedy, but is ultimately killed by Saddler before he can present him with a sample of Las Plagas.[5][16] Rino Romano (born 1969) is a Canadian voice actor probably best known for his voice roles as Bruce Wayne on the television show The Batman and as Darien Shields (Chiba Mamoru) in the dub of the popular anime Sailor Moon. ... A European is primarily a person who was born into one of the countries within the continent of Europe. ... This article is about the Spanish capital. ...


Jack Krauser

Jack Krauser, voiced by Jim Ward, is a recurring antagonist in Resident Evil 4.

Jack Krauser (voiced by Jim Ward) is a mercenary hired to do Saddler's bidding.[17] Originally a United States Government operative, Krauser trains with Kennedy, before apparently perishing in a helicopter crash.[18] Krauser is responsible for kidnapping Graham, claiming he committed the act to gain Saddler's trust. He has little interest in Saddler's agenda, and only seeks to recover a sample of Las Plagas for Albert Wesker.[19][20][21] In addition to being a skilled knife fighter and archer, Krauser possesses superhuman speed, stamina, strength, and gained the ability to transform his left arm into a giant mutated claw.[5] He confronts Kennedy twice in the game. After apparently dying in an explosion, Krauser appears as a boss in the "Assignment: Ada" minigame, and presumably dies for the final time in the "Separate Ways" side mission.[5][8] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... James (Jim) K. Ward (born May 19, 1959 in New York, New York) is a voice actor who has contributed to a large number of video games and movies. ... James (Jim) K. Ward (born May 19, 1959 in New York, New York) is a voice actor who has contributed to a large number of video games and movies. ... For other uses, see Mercenary (disambiguation). ... Albert Wesker is a fictional character in Capcoms Resident Evil series. ...


Ramon Salazar

Ramon Salazar (voiced by Rene Mujica) is the castellan of the castle that serves as a setting for part of the game.[22] He hails from a noble family, who were responsible for originally sealing the Las Plagas beneath the castle's grounds.[12] Years later, Saddler, a cultist who worships Las Plagas, persuades Salazar to unearth the parasites, causing them to spread across the local area.[12] Salazar confronts Kennedy and Graham several times during Resident Evil 4, and mutates into a gigantic monster in his final meeting with Kennedy. Salazar is the last "boss" enemy the player will encounter during the castle portion of the game.[5] A castellan was the governor or caretaker of a castle or keep. ...


Bitores Mendez

Bitores Mendez (voiced by Jesse Corti) is a village chief who is ordered to stop Kennedy from finding and extracting Graham.[23] In addition to commanding several possessed villagers, Mendez possesses superhuman strength, as well as a large Las Plagas parasite inside of him.[5] He leads the hunt for Leon and Ashley early in the game, and leaves various documents pertaining to the game's plot around the village. Mendez is the last "boss" enemy the player will face during the village portion of the game.[5] Jesse Corti is a voice actor who is perhaps most famous for his voice roles in the 1991 Disney animated film Beauty and the Beast and in the 2005 video game Resident Evil 4. ...


Minor characters

  • Ingrid Hunnigan (voiced by Salli Saffioti) is Kennedy's radio contact throughout the game. In addition to supplying Kennedy with intelligence reports, she also provides the player with general gameplay advice. Kennedy and Hunnigan eventually lose contact with each other.[24]
  • Mike is a helicopter pilot, who is deployed to support Kennedy and extract Graham. He pilots a heavily armed helicopter, and is able to defeat many enemies before being shot down by one of Saddler's minions.[5]
  • The Merchant is a mysterious salesperson, who sells, buys and upgrades various weapons and items. He also operates several shooting galleries throughout the game.[5]

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Reception

Resident Evil 4's characters and story generally received positive commentary. GameSpot's Greg Kasavin praised the game's voice acting, but claimed that it was betrayed by "some uncharacteristically goofy dialogue."[25] Yahoo! Games' Adam Pavlacka and GameSpot's, Kevin VanOrd, acclaimed Capcom for adding great amounts of detail to the game's characters.[26][27] IGN's Matt Casamassina went into further detail in his review for Resident Evil 4, praising not only the detailed character design, but also the fight choreography and three-dimensional modeling within cinematic sequences.[28] Casamassina also complimented the game's voice actors, especially Paul Mercier, commenting, "For once, the characters are believable because Capcom has hired competent actors to supply their voices. Leon in particular is very well produced."[28] Diego Luna, a writer for Cerise Magazine, criticized Ashley Graham's character for being stereotypical, claiming, "[Graham] is a rapid departure from previous women in Resident Evil, who relied on their own guile and skill to survive."[29] Resident Evil 4, known in Japan as Biohazard 4 ), is a third-person shooter, published and developed by Capcom. ... GameSpot is a video gaming website that provides news, reviews, previews, downloads, and other information. ... Gregory A. Kasavin (born 1977 in Moscow)[1] is the former site director and executive editor at the gaming website GameSpot. ... Yahoo! Games is the games section of the Yahoo! website. ... IGN - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... Matt Casamassina (born December 1975) is a video game journalist working for IGN. He is the author of many reviews and previews of Nintendo games,[1] and the editor-in-chief of the IGN Nintendo Team. ... Stage Combat is a specialized method of physical theatre designed to create the illusion of physical combat for theatrical, operatic and ballet productions. ... Paul Mercier is a screenwriter/director/actor/voice actor. ...


IGN and Nintendo Power specifically recognized Resident Evil 4's character design and voice acting. Nintendo Power acknowledged the title's voice acting in its 2005 Power Awards,[30] while IGN gave Resident Evil 4 awarded the game the "artistic design" award in its the "Best of 2005" segment.[31] The International Game Developers Association nominated Resident Evil 4 for their best "visual arts" award,[32] but lost the award to Sony's Shadow of the Colossus.[33] Nintendo Power magazine is a monthly news and strategy magazine formerly published in-house by Nintendo. ... The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) is a non-profit organization designed to promote, and strengthen the video game industry, and have computer games recognised as an art form. ... Sony Corporation ) is a Japanese multinational corporation and one of the worlds largest media conglomerates with revenue of $66. ... Shadow of the Colossus , lit. ...

Collectible Resident Evil 4 figures by Agatsuma Entertainment.

The popularity of the game's characters prompted the release of action figures based on the likeness of Leon Kennedy and Jack Krauser.[34][35] Agatsuma Entertainment has also created various miniature collectibles based on several main characters and enemies from Resident Evil 4.[36] Furthermore, the merchant, an obscure character from Resident Evil 4, has made numerous appearances in media within video game culture. A comical rendition of the merchant appeared in an issue of VG Cats, a popular web comic, in 2005.[37] Additionally, a member of Mega64 attempted to act out the merchant’s character in a public area, by imitating the character’s appearance and voice.[38]
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References and notes

  1. ^ Dan Birlew, "leon s. kennedy," Resident Evil 4: Bradygames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 4-5.
  2. ^ Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis. Capcom. PlayStation. (in English). (1999-09-22) “Epilogue: Leon Scott Kennedy is confronted with a man who claims to be a US government agent... He looks at Leon and says, "But you have value. This is a good deal. Make your choice." Without regret or hesitation, Leon closes his eyes and then sharply responds.”
  3. ^ Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Leon Kennedy: I received special training via a secret organization working under the direct control of the President.”
  4. ^ a b c Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Leon Kennedy: It was right before I was to take on my duties of protecting the President's daughter when she was abducted. That's the ultimate reason I'm in this lonely and rural part of Europe.”
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Rorie, Matthew (2004). "Resident Evil 4 - Gamespot Game Guide", Gamespot. Retrieved on 2008-05-14. 
  6. ^ Dan Birlew, "ada wong," Resident Evil 4: Bradygames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 10.
  7. ^ Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Leon Kennedy: Six years had passed since that horrendous incident.”
  8. ^ a b "Nix", ign.com (2005-09-26). "Resident Evil 4: Separate Ways", IGN. Retrieved on 2008-05-21. 
  9. ^ Dan Birlew, "ashley graham," Resident Evil 4: Bradygames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 6.
  10. ^ a b c Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Our Mission (File): we must influence the minds of the people who advise the President. After this is done, the rest of the departments will quickly fall under our sway..”
  11. ^ Dan Birlew, "osmund saddler," Resident Evil 4: Bradygames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 11.
  12. ^ a b c Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Castellan Memo (File): Long ago there once was a religious group that had deep roots in this region called the Los Illuminados. Unjustly however, the first castellan of the castle took away their rights and powers...The reason why I released the Las Plagas from deep under the castle and gave them to Lord Saddler was not only to repay for the sins of my ancestors but I felt certain that the Lord would make better use of this power to help save the world.”
  13. ^ Dan Birlew, "luis sera," Resident Evil 4: Bradygames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 7.
  14. ^ Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Osmund Saddler: Where abouts of Sera are still unknown. Most likely he's using an old secret passage taught to him by his grand father who used to hunt in this region long ago. Im pretty certain that he's hiding our property somewhere in the forest.”
  15. ^ Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Luis Sera: I used to be a cop in Madrid. Now I'm just a good-for-nothing guy, who happens to be quite the ladies' man./ Policia...you put your life on the line, no one really appreciates you enough for it. Being a hero isn't what it's cracked up to be anymore.”
  16. ^ Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “ Capture Luis Sera (File): It appears he took some vaccines when he stole our "Sample". The vaccines we can do without but we must retrieve the sample for it is our life blood.”
  17. ^ Dan Birlew, "jack krauser," Resident Evil 4: Bradygames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 8.
  18. ^ Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Jack Krauser: I died in the crash two years ago. Is that what they told you?”
  19. ^ Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Leon Kennedy: What do you want?/ Jack Krauser: Hmph. The sample Saddler developed, that's all.”
  20. ^ Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Jack Krauser: Just so we understand each other clearly, I don't trust you. Nor does Wesker. If you try to do anything clever, I will kill you.”
  21. ^ Capcom Production Studio 4. Resident Evil 4. Capcom. PlayStation 2. (in English). (2005-10-25) “Leon Kennedy: You got her involved just for that?! /Jack Krauser: All for Umbrella's sake.”
  22. ^ Dan Birlew, "ramon salazar," Resident Evil 4: Bradygames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 4-5.
  23. ^ Dan Birlew, "bitores mendez," Resident Evil 4: Bradygames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 9.
  24. ^ Dan Birlew, "ingrid hunnigan," Resident Evil 4: Bradygames Signature Series Guide (Indianapolis: Pearson Education, 2006), 11.
  25. ^ Kasavin, Greg (2005-01-10). "Resident Evil 4 for GameCube Review", GameSpot, pp. 1, 3. Retrieved on 2008-05-17. 
  26. ^ Pavlacka, Adam (2005-10-27). "Resident Evil 4 (PS2)", Yahoo! Games. Retrieved on 2008-05-18. 
  27. ^ VanOrd, Kevin (2007-06-19). "Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition", Gamespot. Retrieved on 2008-05-18. 
  28. ^ a b Casamassina, Matt (2005). "IGN: Resident Evil 4 Review", IGN. Retrieved on 2008-05-17. 
  29. ^ Luna, Diego. "Shotgun vs. Skirt: Gender in Resident Evil 4," Cerise Magazine (2007-10). Retrieved on 2008-05-18.
  30. ^ Nintendo Power, Staff (2006-05), “2005 Nintendo Power Awards”, Nintendo Power 203: 55 .
  31. ^ Staff, ign.com. "The Best of 2005", IGN. Retrieved on 2008-05-28. 
  32. ^ Sinclair, Brendan (2006-02-27). "IGDA award nominees announced", Gamespot. Retrieved on 2008-05-28. 
  33. ^ Thorsen, Tor (2006). "Colossus casts shadow over GDC Awards". GameSpot. Retrieved on July 30, 2006.
  34. ^ Brookhart, Ryan (2007-10-20). "Ryan Brookhart has a Preview of the Hot Toys RESIDENT EVIL 4 Figures", collider.com. Retrieved on 2008-05-21. 
  35. ^ Roswell, Daniel (2007-10-21). "Resident Evil Figures", levelselect.co.uk. Retrieved on 2008-05-21. 
  36. ^ KingZombie.com, Agatsuma Entertainment, Retrieved on 2008-05-21.
  37. ^ Ramsoomair, Scott (2005). "VG Cats 137 - Medicinal Herbs", VG Cats. Retrieved on 2008-05-17. 
  38. ^ Mega64. (2006). Mega64: Resident Evil 4 [Web-Series, DVD]. Awful Video.

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