Hello, my name is Adam, and I have an addiction. It all started back in 2005 when the Xbox 360 launched with a brand new feature: achievements. They seemed harmless at first, but my love of what I affectionately refer to as “Cheevos” has blown up into a full on obsession to get as many as humanly possible. There are some gamers who think achievements single-handedly ruined gaming. Those people definitely aren’t gamerscore whores. Sadly, I am, and that’s why this news warms my cold, dead heart so much.
Capcom’s upcoming Revival Selection, due out this autumn, gives us the opportunity to experience two fantastic games in the series, Resident Evil 4 and Code Veronica X, with a brand new paint job. We’ve already had a substantial look at the two games’ new looks, but if their crisper visuals weren’t enough of a reason to check them out when they go downloadable later this year than perhaps 1,000 achievement points are enough motivation. Head past the break for Code Veronica’s achievements, hopefully we’ll get the deets (that’s hipster slang for “details,” I know because I’m real hip) on Resident Evil 4’s Cheevos soon. The Terror Begins (50g): Escape from the graveyard of terror
A Changed Father (50g): Liberate the changed man
Beyond The Shades (50g): Encounter a former S.T.A.R.S. captain
The Fallen Tyrant (100g): Flatten an unstoppable enemy
The Prisoner Who Lost Everything (100g): Defeat the nameless man and end his suffering
To The Frozen Land (50g): Begin the search for your sister
The Arrogant Queen (150g): Put an end to the Queen’s reign
Duty And Humanity (50g): Deliver some medicine to a man in need
Weapon Crazy (150g): Get the Rocket Launcher
Battle Master (150g): Get the Linear Launcher from Battle Game
From The Young Lady (50g): Receive encouragement from a young lady
The Green Giant (50g): Say farewell to your fallen comrade
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