The age old question. What system should I buy this game for? I have Xbox, and I have Playstation. Do I want trophies, or do I want achievement points? What system are my friends going to buy it for, so I can play online with them? Well, as posted on 1up.com, players in Japan will have specific reasons to choose. Players right here in the United States, will have to wait for out exclusives to be announced.
For the Playstation 3, you’ll get a making of feature, and for the Xbox 360, you get a metal case, and “Biohazard 5 Selection Track”. The Playstation 3’s version however will have that making of right on the disc. The 360’s version, is a “Deluxe Edition”, which in most cases always costs more. On top of the Deluxe Edition, there will be a Limited Edition, which will include a 32-page art book, a 2GB USB flash drive with the Tricell name and logo on it, and a waist pouch with the BSAA logo on it, and these will only be available through Capcom’s online store. You can see those items right HERE
Japan will also be getting a demo they can download for the Xbox 360, and they can play it completely online in co-op as the game can be played normally. December 5th is the date it will be available for download. Hopefully we wont have to wait too much after that to get the demo, and possibly the exclusives we will get for the game will be the same as Japans, if not a bit different. I’ll keep you updated as I find more details. Until then click the link below to watch some trailers and game play for the game.
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