I wanna find out if the Gold edtion of RE5 comes with codes for the DLC?
I wanna buy this version of the game but i already have all the DLC for RE5 and i wanna give the DLC to a friend so will i be able to. --- http://www.youtube.com/user/Mikeof666/videos Check out my videos i go nukkin futts...
Its one download code for Resident Evil 5 Gold Edition. DLC and RE5 together.
Wait, what? I bought the Archives ver and its a code for 5 and another for the DLC Wich is pretty pointless for me since i already had a gold edition. Now im stuck with an extra RE 5 xD --- GT: RineN1. State you are from here before adding! Waiting for: BioShock: Infinite(360) Playing: RE 6(360) Dead Space 3(360) Watching: Another
So you get 1 Code RE5 Gold edtion & a Code for RE5 that doesnt seem right..
I haven't redeemed them myself but here's what I think it means:
You get (1) code for Resident Evil 5. You get (1) code for Resident Evil 5's Gold Edition Content.
If you download Resident Evil 5's Gold Edition Content, you still need Resident Evil 5 to play it. Thus the other code.
Why they chose to make two codes I don't know, they could have just stuck RE5 in with the Gold Edition **** too but maybe they figure "there's a possibility you already own RE5 or you don't own ALL of the Gold Edition content...so we'll make a second code just having that content".
That's the way I look at it. As I don't need to redeem the code (I have all the content, well...most of it anyways. The two DLC chapters and Versus mode, that's all that mattered...and I have two physical copies of the regular RE5 game).
Just a note: RE5 Gold Edition is just RE5 with a DLC code for all the gold edition content. So this further lends to the fact that the Gold Edition code in Archives is probably the same one used for the Gold Edition game. This is why if you bought Gold Edition used, you'd only be getting the regular game UNLESS somehow the code was still in there.
I hope that longwinded description helped clear all that up .__. --- What is a "True Fan"? One who can never be pleased with change, that disregards anything following the "classic games". Disgraceful fools.