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Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition (PS3)

by Capcom
Platform : PlayStation 3
75 customer reviews

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  • ncludes the original best-selling game and all downloadable content, with new playable episodes that take you even deeper into Resident Evil lore.
  • Survive with a friend in co-op mode or allow a computer-controlled partner to back you up.
  • Use PlayStation Move to battle faster, stronger and more intelligent enemies than ever before in the acclaimed Resident Evil series.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B003Z9JITW
  • Product Dimensions: 16.6 x 13.6 x 1.2 cm ; 132 g
  • Release Date: 10 Sept. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,518 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

RESIDENT EVIL 5 GOLD (MC)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Leviathan on 5 Oct. 2010
I wanted this game to be good; I had high hopes and also had to wait a while for this coming back into stock after it seemed to be a bit of a sleeper Move launch title.

After a decent fist at it I have to say that I am far from disappointed. The game is a cracker in any case, everyone already knew that. A superb continuation of the Resident Evil storyline, but in a new direction and style that has really helped to keep it fresh and engaging.

The Move functionality has just helped to take it to that extra level as far as I am concerned. The hardware is so astonishingly precise, that shooting games are going to be so much fun to play with the Move.

The aiming is pin-point sharp without any of the issues that have affected the Wii controller. Don't get me wrong, I love RE4 on the Wii and was hoping that this would be as good as that. What I got was so much better, the controls are so accurate.

The only thing I would highlight; and I'm being careful not to call it a problem or an issue, is the fact that the firing controls on the Move controller are the wrong way around..!! You press the trigger button to go into 'aim' mode and then press the Move button to fire. I think these should have been the opposite way around; when you fire, you should be pulling a trigger... maybe it's just me.

Please do not let this one thing put you off buying this game. Even if like me you had the game and traded it in long ago, get this version of it again to play with the Move; it's a totally different experience. For the price it is available for I cannot recommend this highly enough. This game proves that the Move is not just a party game controller for casual gamers, but can also add a new dimension to existing game formats.

Just click 'Add to basket' now..!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Cousins on 25 Jan. 2011
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I have been waiting to get Resident Evil 5 ever since I completed Resident Evil 4, I really have enjoyed this series of games. the story I find is quite similar, but then, they all include the virus and offshoots of it
This new edition tells a bit more about Wesker and brings another old character into the game as well as a new one, your partner. I have to say, when I first started playing I found her a bit annoying, she got in the way, fired at enemies when I was getting into position and so hitting me. I then took the machine gun off her, hah! Since then I havent looked back and have been hooked on the game.

You can play the game in two ways: 1) Solo play, the AI is your partner and you can go through the storyline and collect items and manage both your inventories. 2) Play online as one of the two characters and complete the storyline this way. I find playing the game in both ways to be fun but am finding myself drawn more to the online play element as another person is always better than AI.
You are able to upgrade weapons, buy armour and store excess items in a storage box bewteen missions. There is no buying bigger suitcases to increase your inventory as RE 4.
The only thing you cannot buy is ammumition for the basic guns which I found a bit annoying at the beginning as ammo is quite hard to come by at times, but it makes the game better.
You can replay previous levels to gain more money to buy upgrades and collect items from areas you may have missed. There are figures of the enemies you fight and your characters that can be bought with point gained throughout the game, you can unlock infinite ammunition with some guns and you need to collect treasures to achieve a trophy.
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93 of 101 people found the following review helpful By M.J.Ebrahim on 16 Sept. 2010
What else would you want?

I wanted to buy RE5 months ago even thought of pre-ordering it before the official release but wanted the best price so I waited months!

with this very great price 14.91 (pre-order price) you get the Game Resident Evil 5 with all the DLC in one disc plus it supports PS Move!

NOTE #1: To all who wants to know if this game supports both DualShock3 and PS Move
Answer: THIS RE5 Move edition does support the DualShock3 and PS Move controllers.

NOTE #2: This is the same game as the previous Gold Edition only it includes Move support and is way cheaper, Amazon price as of today GBP 14.93 compared to GBP 33.95 to the normal gold edition.

NOTE #3: I have played the game using the DualShock3 controller, I do not own a PS Move and have not used a PS Move so I dont know how the Move feels with this game.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By R. Patel TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 21 Sept. 2010
I've been playing this with the PS3 Move for over 3 hours now and also with the addition of the new Move Navigator. I personally think using a dualshock controller and the PS3 Move is not ideal and if anything will take away the fun and ease at which you can play this game. Imagine doing the same with the Wii controller, well the same goes here it is not an ideal match(no matter what Sony have to say).

Anyway, the game is actually easier with the navigator and the Move controller, it only took me 3min to get into the game and it felt allot easier in my view that I ramped up the difficulty. Shooting with the Move is more intuitive and precise and I can sit back and let my hands do the talking. A person below mentions he can't see the reticule, but I've had no issue, you just need to make sure that you have the Move controller pointing at the PS3 eye when you start up the game. It should then pick up the controller and have the reticule on screen.

I found it allot of fun with the navigator and the Move controller and if anything allot easier than the dualshock controller. It really is a good combination and I could do things allot quicker in the game. I plan to invest in a gun caddy to make it more realistic for shooting games, it just makes more sense in my view.

Overall, an excellent addition for the Move and does not feel like a gimmick. It is precise and fun, by no means does it feel like a add-on to me, it feels very natural.
4/5 for me only because you can't run and gun in RE5. This combination would work very well with Dead Space 2 and I really hope they have PS3 Move support for Dead Space 2. Fingers crossed!
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