Resident Evil 4

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by 2cb2ct7, Jul 23, 2007.

Jul 23, 2007

Resident Evil 4 by 2cb2ct7 at 7:24 PM (954 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. 2cb2ct7
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    Hey guys, gotta say, I am loving RE4 on the Wii (pre-ordered it cos I never played the GC/PC/PS2/blah versions...

    Regarding the merchant, I have purchased the first attache case (M) but I am not able to add any items to it. My main case is full and when I go to buy new items a second case is visible but I can't place anything there. Is the M attache case an expansion of the one you start with or is a second case altogether?

    Thanks!
     
  2. tng

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    yes it just adds spaces to your original case.
     
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    Sorry guys, cleared this one up for myself! [​IMG]

    Thanks for the reply though tng!

    I'm pretty disappointed at how little information is available in the booklet considering I bought the damn thing...

    For those that haven't started playing yet:

    1) You can't move your items around to reorganise your case so be careful where you put your weapons and maximise that space.
    2) You CAN rotate items/weapons as you find them, by pressing the Z button in the case placement screen.
     
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    Doesn't the -/+ button(not sure which) allow you to move things? Well I know you are able to move things...
     
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    Yeah, the + button picks up an item, and c and z rotate the item.
     

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