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Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (Playstation Move Compatible)
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RE5 revealed itself as one of the most addictive games to date and this Gold Edition just raises up the bar! The original game plus all the DLC content and extra features such as Move support combined with a low, low price makes it one of the best bargains of all time! For fans or 1st time players, this edition is a must have in all collections, even if you own the original.Report this review
This Golden Edition comes with TONS of replay value! I've played over 50 hours so far and have not unlocked everything! This game is ace. Please buy it so we'll see RE4 Golden Edition! Not to mention this is Move compatible! What are you waiting for? Order pronto!Report this review
I played this title first time round with the normal controller and thought it was an excellent game but the controls were a bit sluggish. But now it has Move's control set up it makes what was already a great game a superb game, add in all the added content and this is a blinding package for a bargain price. If your buying Move buy this you won't get a better deal.Report this review
If you've never played Resident Evil 5 and want to own a new copy with all available content, get the Gold version. This uber-release contains everything the original did, plus these extras: - Lost in Nightmares Episode | Read the review - Desperate Escape Episode | Read the review - Versus Mode | Read the preview - Mercenaries Reunion Mode - Four new costumes - Extra (virtual) figurines All of the above can also be downloaded from Xbox Live or the PlayStation Network, either separately or (in some cases) bundles. So if you're just interested in the core game and, say, one of the add-on packs, you might be better off buying the original version of Resident Evil 5 and downloading the pack you prefer. It would be cheaper, and you'd have precise control over what you're buying. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition offer the same content, but they handle them a bit differently. The Xbox 360 version comes with the original Resident Evil 5 game disc and a card with a code to download the full Bonus Content pack, which comes in at roughly 1GB of data. The PS3 version stores the bonus data on-disc, and it requires a roughly 12-minute installation to the hard drive. Because all the info is stored on the PS3 disc, it's not instantly playable. You'll need to unlock the bonus Gold content by playing through the game. On the 360 version, however, everything is open once you download it. Both the Desperate Escape and Lost in Nightmares add-on packs are worth playing, but neither are essential to the Resident Evil 5 experience. Mercenaries mode is a ton of fun, but it's automatically unlocked at the end of the standard version of RE5, and the Mercenaries Reunion is simply the standard Mercenaries mode with some extra characters and costumes. Versus Mode is a four-player, team-based deathmatch that's just sort of silly. Running around shooting other Jills and Chrises is nowhere near as entertaining as fighting waves of infected creatures. Some will enjoy the novelty of Versus, but the real multiplayer fun in RE5 lies in Mercenaries mode. Resident Evil 5 was one of my favorite games of 2009, and it's just as much fun a year later. The extra content included in Gold is just icing on the cake. If you've waited until now to buy RE5, you might as well go all-out, right?Report this review