GamerZines writes: "Capcom Europe says it's surprised by the success of Move-enabled Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition calling it "the best Move game out there"."
That's great to hear that it's a success, Maybe now Capcom might consider porting RE4 & RE: Darkside Chronicles to the PS3.
Yeah and maybe eventualy SEGA will port the entire House of the Dead and Virtua Cop series for the move as well, that would be great for arcade shooting fans out there like myself. EDIT: Oh and Namco with the old time crisis games.
Time Crisis 3 FTW. Same with RE4 on PS3.
Darkside Chronicles, Umbrella Chronicles, resident evil 4 on 1 blu ray add move support = easy money, and if they want to be nice throw in resident evil code veronica, id buy it
Some external forces must have screwed Capcom's common sense this gen. They should stick back with what they do best. Japanese games and PlayStation platforms.
and i only got it because of move. Its good but Heavy Rain is better with move.
I'm sad I got RE5 before they came out with the Gold Edition. Never felt like paying another $60 for the same sh!t I already have so I can play it with my Move controllers.
I think the Gold edition was $40, but I agree with you. Already had the original, and even if I had Move, I don't think I would buy RE 5 a second time.
We should never buy a Capcom game from now on until the bring out a cheaper special version. This is how they repay their customers. Thanks for buying our game on day one. Now buy another copy so you can have Move support. If they care about customers they'll offer a trade-in deal. Bring in your old copy when you buy the new copy and get $20 off. They owe use that much as least.
Nope, I got mine Gold Edition for around 14£, simply amazing deal :)
and rushed back to get a refund, it doesn't work for this game, PS has much better move titles, its a Crock Capcom.
Works fine with me.
Same. works perfectly for me too. It's the best way to play it.
I would have to say MAG is the best so far at least for me.
Capcom better be surprised because we're ready for the next RE entry coming directly from the company this time (yea, get working!).
But RE5 Gold is pretty sweet too. Sure beats playing it with a standard controller since the RE5 standard control scheme is so dated
I don't get why Capcom is surprised. RE5 Gold Edition was a fantastic buy. Included all DLC on the disc for PS3 and for only $50 at the time when it first came out. Now its at an even cheaper $40. RE5 was a hefty game too. A lot to do and unlock. Amazing game. May not be as "scary" as people claim. But an awsome overall game in general. It may be funner to play it with a friend which is what I did.
Give people a patch for move, for gamers that bought resi5 day1,..!!! Fucking assholes, bragging for making me re-buy,.. !!
While I'm glad RE5 Gold edition sold well, but from business point of view, the success of RE5 Gold also tells Capcom that make gamers buy the double-dip edition if they want to have the Move patch. Just come out with some BS excuses why they can't patch the original RE5 to support Move. It's not that hard to BS about the programming complexities to add the Move patch because gamers don't have access to the RE5 code anyway. The simple fact is everytime a game publisher makes you pay to get a patch as double-dip or buy the removed contents as DLC, gamers who buy them are telling the publishers that go and charge whatever you want with some excuses and we are stupid enough to fall for your BS and buy them. Gamers often get into the illusion that publishers so nice in releasing DLCs or double-dip because they want to help "extend" the game contents. It's easy for the publishers take out or delay some original contents when release the game.
Retards love paying for the same game twice this gen, GOTY versions, 'move editions' Maybe they should just double the game prices on launch day so these fickle pricks can burnt hat hole so deep they won't even want a second copy.
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