The actors of the now legendary trash intro for the first game of Resident Evil (from 4.00 at buy) -Never played the game themselves. What happens if they do it can be admired in a video.
The actress who played Jill Valentine in the FMV intro isn’t part of the hilarious allusion to the cult title. Chris Redfield (Charlie Kraslavsky), Barry Burton (Greg Smith) and Albert Wesker (Eric Pirius) are happily passing the gamepad on 26 years after the game’s release.
Albert Wesker without skills
It quickly becomes clear that Wesker doesn’t really get along with the old-fashioned controls of Resident Evil in real life and quickly passes the pad on without ever picking it up again for the entire session. Things are going better for Charlie Kraslavsky, but going after the zombie dogs with a knife isn’t exactly the best idea.
So Barry Burton not only keeps calm in the game, but also follows his “master-of-unlocking” coolness and clearly has the best skills when it comes to dealing with zombies and the mutated bloodhounds. Wesker becomes a spectator – he would probably rather hatch new, devilish plans than help his former colleagues.
After the Resi session, however, the same conclusion applies to all three mimes: They had a lot of fun on the little journey into the past.