Resident Evil 5 (also known as Biohazard 5 in Japan) is the latest in the long line (the seventh, infact) of survival/horror/action games from Capcom where you must travel to earn to die Africa and play as Chris and Sheva. The game is the first in the series to require two players, and you can play either co-operatively with a friend (with is great fun) or have the computer control your second character.
The game is the best ever selling Resident Evil game in the whole series, and part of this is down to the changes in the gameplay, and how you must play the game. The 3-dimensional world that you must explore is far more engrossing and thrilling than the kinds of maps that you were placed into in the first game, for example.
In Resident Evil 5, money is a staple part of the game. To complete areas and move on in the game, you must kill lots of enemies. To kill enemies, you require weapons and ammunition. To buy such commodities, you must have money.
Resident Evil 5 money can be acquired throughout the game for a number of different things, and you will naturally pick up various amounts as you progress through the story. There are, however, a few things that you can do to increase the size of your wallet, which can allow you to purchase better and more powerful weapons.
The best way to earn Resident Evil 5 money is to find valuable items such as gems and then sell them on for a profit. You’d be surprised how many precious gems get left inside various barrels that are scattered throughout the game, so make sure to check inside every one. Another way to collect lots of items is by killing enemies. Occasionally they’ll drop something useful or valuable, which you can pick up and sell. It’s often worth staying in an area where enemies continue to respawn to make the most of their items.