If, for whatever reason, you haven't experienced Resident Evil 5
yet, you might have your eye on the Gold Edition. This new release, which contains the original game and the downloadable episodes, is a good buy for first-time Majini slayers. If you're a Resident Evil 5
owner who wants to upgrade to the Gold Edition, you've got one of two options: buy all of the downloads separately or trade in your old copy towards the new release. My conscience isn't allowing me to wholeheartedly recommend the second option, because each DLC release is only 400 Microsoft Points ($5), and the Gold Edition is just Resident Evil 5
with a redemption code.
If you've got Resident Evil 5 and are still jonesing for a monster-blasting fix, you should definitely check out Desperate Escape. Can you think of a better way to spend five dollars and ninety minutes than by pouring slugs into virally-mutated freak shows? On second thought, don't answer that question -- just go download Desperate Escape.