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Capcom's Resident Evil 2 receives £4 "unlock all in-game rewards" DLC

A paid for cheat code?

Capcom's Resident Evil 2 receives £4

Capcom's Resident Evil 2 receives £4 "unlock all in-game rewards" DLC

Unlocking everything in Resident Evil 2 can be a time-consuming and challenging affair, which is why Capcom has decided to make things a little easier for gamers, by adding an "unlock all in-game rewards" DLC.

This add-on costs £4 and immediately unlocks the game's 4th Survivor mode, Tofu Survivor mode, the unbreakable combat knife cheat, infinite ammo cheats and unlocks all of the game's extra costumes, models and pieces of concept art. Whether or not this is worth £4 is up for debate. 

What gamers pay for here is a time saver, as this cheat enables players to more easily move through the game with perks like an unbreaking combat knife or immediately attempt the game's 4th survivor game mode after watching a let's play of Leon's story. If you want to unlock the game's extra content without multiple playthroughs, this cheat may be the thing for you.   

As handy as this DLC could be, it is worth remembering that many older games offered similar options through the use of cheat codes, making the paid for nature of this cheat a little difficult to swallow. In the past you could enter a cheat code, whereas today you have to enter your credit card details...

  

Capcom's Resident Evil 2 receives £4  

In the US this DLC costs $4.99 whereas in the UK this DLC costs £3.99.

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09-04-2019, 05:19:54

g0ggles1994
Another fall down the slippery slope.Quote

09-04-2019, 05:24:09

Dicehunter
Garbage like this takes all the fun out of the challenge from unlocking things.Quote

09-04-2019, 05:39:42

Warchild
Guess the community cried that some things were too hard or required effort.
That or they feel that they know the gaming community often opt for the easy route and will pay to win. So why not monopolise it.Quote

09-04-2019, 08:43:48

Darkdayzzz
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Guess the community cried that some things were too hard or required effort.
That or they feel that they know the gaming community often opt for the easy route and will pay to win. So why not monopolise it.
To be fair - for those of us who don't wanna spend hours (or days in some games) this is a welcome thing. Plus...we don't HAVE to buy it :P but if we want to we can.

Case in point for me is Forza Horizon 3/4 - I bought the treasure map day 1 in both games because for $3 bucks I wasn't going to say no to having the location of all the exp boards and items of interest. No point to wait on a guide a week or a month later when I could have it right then and to me $3 bucks was worth it for that.

For RE2 with this addon.....I'd rather have the challenge up until the point where I either 1. Don't care anymore and just want them. or 2. I get a few bucks for a birthday or whatever and snag it lol.

Otherwise I like the challenge (except in the Horizon games, those I want to know where the items are :P)Quote
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