Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition
Resident Evil 5 Gold delivers!
When RES5 first came out, it grasped everyone, including me, in it's cold palms and didn't let go for many months. Now with the release of the Gold Edition, there's much more to do than the original game offered. It may not seem like much, but one of the features that i find fairly cool is the costumes that are included with Gold. Then you got the Lost in Nightmares chapter, which basically tells how Chris 'lost' Jill originally, including a fun and dramatic boss battle. Great Escape allows you to play as Josh and Jill during their escape. Not much else is included, and yes, everything that is included is available for purchase in the playstation store, but it's much easier just buying this game if you don't have the original RES5. The controls are great, it's easy to take down as many enemies as necessary. If you're playing for the first time, there may be some challenge but after awhile you'll become very accustomed to the game and the controls. A very fun game that will keep most on the edge of their seat.
Infinite Rocket Launcher
So for the last few years a friend of mine and I have played this game whenever we would hang out, but we never beat it(not together at least, he's beaten it about 5 time) So I decided to go and buy it for myself and beat it. I played it all day for about 2 days and beat it. Once you beat it you can unlock infinite ammo for most of your weapons and let me say there's something extremely satisfying about going through a game and knowing that you earned the Infinite Rocket Launcher that you just decimated every enemy with.
Yes. . .
I've read several comments stating that this addition of the Resident Evil games doesn't belong in the franchise, but in my personal opinion I was very satisfied with this one. I had previously purchased it upon release for the 360 and was very addicted to it at the time. I sold my first copy awhile back, but then decided to purchase the Gold Edition the PS3 a few year after for only $18.00, and am still quite satisfied with the game. The graphics are still very much impressive and the replayability high. I would say it'd be up to par with RE4. Couple downfalls I could identify would be the lack of AI intelligence (nothing surprising), and the lack of diversity with characters in the Mercenaries Mode. In the Gold Edition, I did enjoy playing Jill and the additional missions that came with the GE. Overall, for those that are fans of the Resident Evil Franchise, RE5 will make a good addition to any fans' collection.
ok, to start off, i love all of the resident evil's. im a huge fan of the franchise and this is a great addition. If you liked RE4 then you should definatly get this game. Graphics are great and it is really fun. Dont listen to people that say it is boring, it kept me occupied for at least a days worth of hours but this is in all, story mode, mercenaries, and all of the side stuff. I also beat the game like twice and replayed a couple of chapters to get money and stuff. So the story mode is kinda short but its still fun. Everything is similar to RE4 like the controls and stuff, and its not one of those games that so hard you quit. My only complaint is...I WANT ZOMBIES BACK!!! I loved RE4 and this game is good, BUT i REALLY want to kill zombies again. These guys are just like brainwashed. I mean come on, the reason why Resident evil was so scary was because of the zombies, and i remember being scared to go around the corner because of the "uuuhhh" that i heard" CAPCOM BRING BACK THE ZOMBIES PLEASE!!!!!
Best Game Ever.
This game is simply one of the best games of the century. It's so flawless, everything single thing about it makes it seem perfect, even people that dislike shooting games love this one. hands down. BEST GAME EVER. The only thing that i did'nt really like alot, but found it totally awesome was the new chapter " Lost in Nightmares." It was really fun and interesting but i belive it was to short and there was'nt alot of enemies to destroy. :b. Besides other then that i found everything to be really great and awesome. It would be rad if everyone that had a ps3 had this game and what not. im looking foward to a Re6, Because this one just fckn rocked! If your reading this, just go ahead and purchase the game ASAP. I promise you, you wont regret it. xD
This game is absoluteley perfect
This game is beast. there is non stop action, the bosses are hard, and it is very addicting. i stayed up for days doing nothing but playing this game. the game play is okay and the graphics are near perfect. this game is also pretty scary too. this is also the type of game that you can not stop playing until you beat it. This game also has a lot to unlock also. I have always been a fan of Resident Evil (and Capcom in general). This game is also my favorite survival horror game (and of all time as well). Overall i give this game a 10/10. Ive already beaten it and i still play it a lot. This game is perfect and is sure not to disappoint.
Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition Includes all DLC, Extr Costumes, and Re5 itself. Re5 is different from previous RE entries (I consider Re4 to still have a decent amount of the survival horror), as it REALLY strays away from the survival horror RE is known for, and changes into an Action-Packed game. While the main game is full of action, the Lost in Nightmares DLC will take old time RE fans to the past, as they enter a mansion similar to the on in RE1 and revive the survival horror they once knew, and it even allows them to change it back to the old-school camera for a while! The Desperate Escape DLC continues on the action the main game has shown us and the Versus mode DLC is a fun (though, unfitting for a RE game) gamemode as you fight other players or defeat Majini in an attempt to obtain the highest score solo or on teams.
Great action game - Bad horror survival game.
Once I've completed the game a couple of times through, I noticed the secondary partner's AI wasn't too sharp. They tend to get in the way when you're playing professional mode - I just wish their was an option where you could choose to go alone or not. Anyway; this game is great for an action game, it just seemed a lot less thrilling than the previous games before this title and killing zombies are so easy that I can use a stun rod alone through multiple levels. Will I play this game again? Of course! It's still awesome, I just wish it were more gory and creepy with smaller rooms, less enemies and harder to kill enemies... The graphics for this game is top notch, considering the year it was released. Story line is headstrong and re-playable; it's like a long movie that you get to play through. I would recommend this game for those of you that prefer action over horror.
A must have for Resident Evil Fans
The Resident Evil series is the best Survival/Zombie games, and definatly worth the extra money for the DLC Gold Edition comes with. With the Gold edition you get two extra missions, Lost in Nightmaes, and Desprate Escape, those cost 4.99 each,which takes up $10 of the $20 you'll pay when you buy this game. But you dont just get two extra missions you get Verses mode and Mersernary's Return mode Which is 4.99 Each Also, So really you could say your only paying for the DLC, and not even the game, over-all if you your a fan of Resident Evil. You would be crazy to pass this up.
The definitive Resident Evil 5
This is Capcom's sixth proper Resident Evil game on consoles (counting Code Veronica), and it doesn't disappoint. The production value from beginning to end of the campaign feels like a big-budget summer movie, and the extra modes are icing on the cake. You'll trek through the campaign as Chris Redfield--shooting, kicking, and team attacking mutants with newcomer Sheva (who can also be controlled by another player or the CPU). "Resident Evil 5" retains the same over-the-shoulder perspective introduced in the last game, and the gameplay is solid--with plenty of weapons, attack options, and ammo. The only flaw here is that movement can feel restricted at times. It's still not possible to run while in aiming mode; a feature included in similar titles like "Silent Hill: Homecoming". Also, if you're new to survival horror games, be aware that the learning curve can be a bit steep. For instance: the first level starts off with a massive zombie attack, giving you little time to master the controls. Stick with it however, and you'll be rewarded by one of the best current-gen experiences out there. Even after you've plowed through the main game, there's plenty of additional modes to enjoy. NOTE: This "Gold Edition" includes the previously released downloadable content, and is the definitive version.