And here is where the paralleling starts again. In the original series it was our hero, Richter, who went off to fight the villain threatening to bring about the end of all existence -- played by Cornell (not the Cornell clone, as that character didn't exist in the original series).

Here we have the Richter Clone going off to defeat the Cornell Clone under similar circumstances. It makes the original Richter seem less heroic, sure, but it also makes the original Cornell seem like a little less of a douche, so I consider that a fair balance out.
 
    

When evil spreads across the land, and darkness rises and the monsters roam. When the creatures of the night make beautiful music, and the things that go bump in the night go bump with greater enthusiasm. When the world is in peril and is in need of a hero...

These guys are, sadly, the best the world can hope for. These are the adventures of the heroes of CVRPG. They mean well, they try hard, and occasionally they do the impossible...

They actually do something heroic.