The Butterfly also has the coolest reloading animation in the game, so that's a bonus. If you head out there, you'll be able to find a merchant, some barrels (one of which contains a yellow herb), and a lift leading to a radio tower. After you enter the research lab, you'll have to start proceeding through a good, old-fashioned corridor crawl. Leon will find himself in the dusky catacombs of the castle after his run-in with Salazar. Luckily, you'll have a bit of an edge, thanks to the explosive barrels on the cart in front of the gate leading to the cemetary. The third rule is that, although tentacles look intimidating, they're really not that much more difficult to deal with than ganados. Actually, he'll charge with both of these attacks, more or less, but you can tell which attack he's using by the position of his claws; if he intends to swing away, he'll keep them both down, but if he's going for a full charge, he'll keep one of them up in the air. (There's a full hundred rounds for it in one of the barrels at the bottom-right of Salazar.). It's difficult to do so; you may want to try shooting the leg off from a distance with either your rifle, if you've been upgrading it, or your Butterfly, then aiming from there. This is also where the garrador will appear, though, so you can quickly go from sitting pretty to sitting on the ground without a head if you're not careful. If you jump through immediately, you're likely going to get blown up real good by a pair of dynamiters; instead, try to line up a shot on the rightmost dynamite guy and use either your rifle or handgun to drop him. As we mentioned, there is another boss fight coming up at the end of this chapter, so don't use up all your ammo here; it's actually a wiser idea to unload an entire clip, but save one bullet in the chamber, then switch over to the shotgun or TMP. When you're ready and able to move on, flip the switch next to the door to activate a laser beam. Anyway, the ultimate shotgun in the game has a number of advantages in its favor. Welcome to IGN's Walkthrough and Guide for Resident Evil 4. The two remaining flamethrowers will require a bit of running to take out. This isn't your typical boss fight - that'll come later - but is, instead, set up to be really, really annoying for those of you trying to get through the game without ever having to continue. Thanks, Ada; maybe you could've, I don't know, used it on him? As you roll along, numerous Ganados will attempt to jump into the three cars that you're riding in. While they're lying prone, you can either zoom in on their head and squeeze off a few more shots to kill them, or whip out your knife and slash them until they get up again. If you get knocked off your boat and can't swim back quickly enough, this is the result. Obviously enough, due to the number of enemies, you'll have to be using your shotgun here. Until you kill the red guy, the black cultists will continue to flow in, so he should definitely be a priority for you. At the end of the fight, immediately after Krauzer mentions Umbrella - you knew they'd be popping up at some point, didn't you? After saving your game, walk up the path to stumble across a group of soldiers that are going to be seriously gunning for you. After stunning an enemy with a headshot or a flash grenade, Krauser's able to run up to them and deliver a pair of powerful kicks, which will usually kill a normal ganado. If you're willing to keep leaving and re-entering the zone, you should be able to kill all of them with your shotgun in a few trips; they'll leave behind plenty of gold if you do so. Secondly, Ada has a limited amount of inventory space, and since she comes onto the island with a pistol, a TMP, and a rifle w/ scope, she's going to have a hard time fitting all five Plagas samples into her case along with her weapons. To form the correct combination, manipulate red so that its pointer heads down, turn green's pointer to the left, then turn blue's pointer to the right, then combine them all. Judging by the fact that your upcoming assailants speak Spanish, we're going to guess that it's Spain, but we'll leave the final determination to the experts. As with most other chainsaw opponents, you'll want to stay far away from this guy, as a single slice is all it takes to end your game right quick. If you get the attention of the ganados, then shoot the barrels with your shotgun, they'll catch alight and should destroy a couple of your enemies, leaving you with mere cleanup duty. The semi-automatic rifle is mostly the same thing as the bolt-action rifle, save for the fact that you can fire multiple shots from it without having to leave the aiming scope. After you fool around in the target practice room for a bit, walk down the hallway next to the real merchant to end the chapter. After the melee with the cultists (or not; you can, as mentioned, just drop down to watch them all scurry away if you're short on ammo), climb back up the ladder and swing across the gap on the chandelier. This badass monster has its own little playground in which to roam; a set of storage crates and tight corridors, suspended for no apparent reason above a canyon. The game may just auto-adjust the difficulty of the dodges based on your past performance, though - we'll admit to having died and continued a few times during the Krauser bit - so be careful. After you gain control of Leon, you'll have to head towards the nearby house. When you've gotten most of the guys in the large room, you can activate the pressure plates in the smaller room by having Ashley wait on top of one of them, then moving Leon onto the other one; this will raise a pedestal with a rotating lever on it back in the main room, but will also initiate a flood of yet more cultists. This strategy has the added bonus of keeping you far enough away from the cage so that any new cultists that appear there won't be hip to your presence; they'll stay in the cage, letting you take your time with the gimp. Check for a Velvet Blue in one of the carts near the first two enemies here. There were three parasites here for us, but the number may be random, and the position definitely appears to vary from subject to subject. His spikiness allows him to attack in a few new ways, as well, but if you can get past him initially, you should have plenty of room with which to work thanks to the numerous little paths around here. In order to proceed through this room, you'll have to maneuver through a series of gates which are controlled by pushbuttons. At low numbers, the benefit isn't all that great, but when you start bypassing 20 successive kills, it can start to be many thousands of points. You'll need to off around half a dozen of these gents to spur the appearance of a chaingunner. You'll be able to save your game nearby, as well as find another internal memo that's been haphazardly left lying about; apparently there's a way to remove the viral eggs from a body before they hatch and turn you into drones. If you can raise one of the hands so that the cultists can't reach it, they'll thoughtfully congregate in groups, allowing you to kill them more easily. After you do climb up, pause by the top of the northern ladder and take advantage of his slow shuffle to pop him again from up there before running around, dropping back down, and repeating the cycle. At 30,000 pesetas, this is an awfully expensive solution to your problems, but certain boss fights and enemy encounters can be made quite a bit simpler with the accurate placement of a single rocket launcher shell. Try to lock yourself off from the cultists, and you won't have to deal with them at all. You'll obviously need to dodge his attacks if you attempt to pursue this method of attacking, though. This is tough to see coming - he'll just jump, with a minim of preleminary animation - but so long as you're not caught with a weapon out, you can either run forward or start backing up and stand a good chance of getting out of the zone of punishment. When you reach the uppermost platform here, hang a left to grab the magnum ammo and an herb, then find the Piece of the Holy Beast, Eagle to start the final portion of the fight. You'll need Ashley's help to do this, so push it in, then repeat the business with the gates on the second Regenerator to get the extra cashola. You won't be able to prevent Ashley from driving into a brick wall, though. Whether the ganados are killed by yourself or Leon, though, they'll still drop gold, meaning that you'll probably have to run around the table here to pick it all up every once in a while before returning to your position. All of the maps will also have treasure chests scattered around; when you open these, you'll be able to obtain an hourglass treasure. Exclusive: Decreases the firing speed to 0.40. Welcome to the end of chapter 1-1. Your best bet here is to equip your shotgun, but ignore the insects until you enter one of the rooms and hit the switch; you'll find that this gets their attention pretty quickly, and that they'll flood into the room behind you, giving you a good opportunity to beat them all down with your boomgun as they come in. If you use it properly, and have fully upgraded it (its max power at this point is 24.0, almost ten times the power of a fully-upgraded Blacktail), you can use it to kill Salazar in as little as nine rounds. Resident Evil 4 HD Professional Walkthrough Part 4 - El Gigante Battle - No Damage There are a couple of items scattered around the building you're in, along with a … The controls also let you choose either Ashley or Leon for using them; if you choose Ashley, then she'll go into Wait mode after using them, which is a bad thing - you want her on your tail during all of this, or she'll get picked up and carried away by the bad guys. You can do so by heading to the second floor of the shotgun home, finding the southern window, pushing the ladder there over, then jumping out the window; this will land you right near the door to the southern home. You don't necessarily have to kill everyone here, but if you do, you'll be able to search out some reserves of cash and ammo in both the room at the top of the stairs and the storage room before moving on to the next zone. Each time you kill an opponent, you'll have around five seconds to kill another one before this counter goes away. Now, if the whole flame-lit, tight-path-through-stony-ruins thing doesn't tip you off that there's a boss fight coming, then we don't know what will. After killing them, collect their eyes and the rest of the goodies in the water before heading through the door nearby to reach the castle dungeon. Since Regenerators can only be killed by precisely shooting the parasites, this will let you handle them much, much more easily than you would be able to with any other weapon. His bite's worse than his bark, though, by a long shot, and he'll soon open fire. Hmm…. If you can knock an enemy down with a kick, you'll be able to easily slash at them with your knife. Don't miss the Spinel atop the deer head here before moving on. Kick the ladder into the pit, then jump down to spawn in all of the ganados. As you head down the corridor here, you'll come to a door on the left, which apparently leads to the butler's chambers; there's nothing you can do here yet, but you should be able to pick up some gems and some handgun ammo by rooting around in the cabinets and furniture. After dispatching the dynamiters at the end of the hallway beyond this room, head into the main research lab. There are a few easy puzzles to solve here. If you're willing to expend the ammo for it, the TMP can also be used to hit difficult or moving targets, especially areas of bosses that you need to hit in order to expose a weakness. When you're ready to take down some chainsaw ganados, walk around to the eastern side of the pit, where there's both a ladder and a space for jumping down. Remember our note regarding the Broken Butterfly at the beginning of this chapter? This will lead to a path ringing the dome; at the end is another Butterfly Lamp, which you can insert the eyes into before reaching the next vendor for some serious cashola. There should be a large cannon inside a room here; this is where you want to call Ashley back to you. Or, at least, part of the way back to the church; you're going to have another boss fight before you can get there. If you continually attempt to slash away at its head, you can even cause it to stagger again just as it completes the standing-up animation, leading to another kick, leading to another set of knife slashes while it lays down. Obviously enough, your survival depends on finding cover, and right fast. Anyway, if you hide away in the southeastern corner below 3D, you can wait there until it's destroyed, then shoot the lock off the gate on the road beneath it and head into the tunnel beneath 4D. Although the game doesn't show you how many times you miss during a round, it does appear to take misses into consideration when tallying up your score; missing will also prevent you from obtaining the coveted Salazar target, which appears way in the end of the room and is worth 500 points when hit. This guy plays somewhat similarly to Ada, only much more so; like Ada, he brings a pistol (modified to have a greater chance of doing critical damage from a headshot), and a rifle (modified to fire 2.5 times a second, and can penetrate full lines of enemies) to the party. After you've hit both buttons, a door will be melted, leading to a little hallway full of smashers. Actually shooting them can be a bit more difficult, but if you thoroughly looted the Village, you should have around 100 rounds for your handgun, leaving you in no danger of running out if you need to pop a few caps to hit the medallions. You won't have much time to worry about it, though, as you'll soon be barreling through soldiers. The church doors are locked, so you won't be able to go in just yet. It's possible to do the entire fight without taking damage, but unlikely; hopefully you picked up those chicken eggs from the snakes in the swamp, as they're great for minor heals. We mean a capital-d Dodge here, too; it'll either be the B+A buttons or the L+R buttons, since it's random. There won't be any easy way to defend yourself here - they'll be at the top of the steps before you can fight them, preventing you from bottlenecking them there - so try and use your shotgun to keep them on the ground while you manuever Ashley into a safe corner before finishing them off. As you wander around the path from where Ada starts the game, you'll be treated to a view of the distant set of bunkers. After you reach the lake area proper, take a left to witness a disturbing scene, as well as to grab a red herb; elsewhere you'll find a yellow herb, as well as a typewriter. As mentioned, all you're going to have at your disposal here are your normal weapons; your pistol and TMP will be useful for forcing the giant to its knees, while your shotgun will be best used for dealing the really damaging blows while your foe is vulnerable. After entering Waste Disposal, you'll soon come to an operating panel; if you use it, you'll be able to pick up the soldiers below, just like in one of those cheesy arcade games that wind up eating all your money because your girlfriend wants the biggest damn plush doll ever made at the fair. The Riot Gun is a fairly marginal improvement over the shotgun. This is its weak spot; get as close as you need to get a good shotgun or rifle shot off, and pop the tentacle with a massive blast of firepower, or you can try climbing up atop him and slashing at the tentacle with your knife. Hiding here should protect you from chaingunner fire until he reaches the bottom of the steps. After you complete the game once, new costumes will become available at the beginning of a new game. Drop down to the ground and check out the northwestern home to find some more handgun ammo; there are also red and green herbs in some of the sheds along the northern edge of town. Do so, then head into the small room to the right of the entrance and use the keycard changer there to grab the Waste Disposal Key Card, then shut off the cryogenic device nearby. It's pretty similar to a fight from Silent Hill 2, or 3, or whichever one had the fight with the big swimmy thing that also wanted to eat you. After you bypass the gate at the top of the path, head down to where the merchant was and grab the herb there; this should trigger the appearance of three more soldiers behind you, so turn around and take them out before heading back along the path to the facility. Flipping them both will lead you to the chest that contains the Goat Ornament. Try luring enemies up here and blasting them; it'll be easier to collect the loot they drop that way. The two biggest time pickups are located behind the tower (you'll have to reach this one by heading up the steps leading to the secret passage and taking a left; it's in a little area that isn't there in the single-player campaign) and in the northwestern barn (which similarly isn't openable in the single-player campaign). Typical stuff: we shall crush the Rebellion in one swift stroke, etc. Unfortunately, there's apparently no way to shoot said switch, so you'll have to trigger the opening of the door by killing everyone on the other side. Second Cube: Grab the grenade to your right after entering this cube, then head towards the middle. Next up is Saddler's charge attack. This automatic weapon puts a lot of metal in the air, and even though each round is individually insignificant, the damage can quickly add up, thanks to the fact that there's almost no pause in between each bullet; you'll be firing ten of them every second. Leon S. Kennedy, a government agent for US-STRATCOM, has been re-assigned on President Graham's orders to protect his family in the aftermath of Umbrella Pharmaceuticals' collapse. It should take between 12 and 15 hours to complete. Another wave of enemies will appear when all the crossbowmen are dead, so be ready for them. These guys are a bit different than their brethren in the sewers of lo those many hours of gameplay ago, in that they can't turn invisible, but can fly, making it a relatively simple matter for them to get around you. Grab all of the items in the next little hallway. When you finally reach her, it'll be the end of the chapter. Try to run to one corner of the little platform, so that he has to tilt to one side to fire at you, then run to the other while he's blasting to get a shot off at him while he adjusts. This is obviously easiest if you have a rifle, but if you don't, you'll have to use a pistol. Be careful when you pick them up, though, as that usually triggers an influx of dogs, as does picking up most of the other loot in the area, for that matter. Your helicopter support will be dispatched shortly after you enter the next area. You will find several important items, including a BROKEN BUTTERFLY! The infrared scope will let you pick out the parasites within the bodies of the Regenerators. You don't have to deal nearly as much damage to him as Leon did to beat him, but this will still be a tough fight, especially if you've skipped out on the yellow herbs you've been running across or don't have enough TMP ammo. For general tips, though, you can refer to this section. The TMP is going to be the third of the trio of weapons that you're going to be consistently using, along with your shotgun and pistol. Resident Evil Village Release Date Is May 7, PS4/Xbox One Versions Confirmed, PS5 Restock Updates: Check Latest Stock, Updates, And More, Xbox Series X Restocks: Check Availability Here, By You'll notice crows perched on the ground or in tree branches; if you get too close, they'll fly away from you. This will cause Saddler to crash to the ground for a moment, and will let you strike at his innermost eye. In order to start a round of the game, talk to the merchant-looking guy behind the counter here; he'll outfit you with either "sniping" weapons (9MM and Rifle) or "rapid-fire" weapons (shotgun and TMP). ), Exclusive: Increases firepower to 50.0 (Omgwtfpwned!). This includes treasure not shown on the map. When you reach the operation area, you'll come across two locked doors; one of them can be opened by manipulating the keypad. You can also enter the house near the barn here; there's a locked door inside, so shoot the lock off with your handgun and loot the interior. Whether they appear or not, though, a pair of RPG guys will always appear by the chest after the latter switch is hit, so be careful to avoid their fire as you exit the room. The Blacktail is the last pistol that'll be available to you; like the Red9, you'll have to buy it if you want to use it. If you press start to skip past this, you'll get an extra second or so to start shooting at him, and shoot you must. In order to fight him, you should either attempt to lure the shieldbearers down the steps and take them out with your TMP, or just grenade the whole lot to clear the rabble before rifling the chaingunner in the head multiple times. The other has a more circumscribed arc of travel, but you have plenty of protection from him thanks to the large walls on either side of the path leading up to his mouth. The bulk of your points, however, will come from killing a lot of enemies in a very short period of time; as you kill multiple foes, you'll notice a counter in the upper right hand corner of the screen counting up. Spooky. First Cube: The first cube is the easiest to deal with, as both of the targets are positioned directly next to the doors that they open. There's nothing you can do for Ashley at the moment, so leave her behind and head through the door to the north. Inside, you'll find Luis' Memo 3, some TMP ammo, and the Freezer Key Card. She'll have her own health bar, and will usually be able to take at least one good shot without dying, but if you suspect that you're going to have to face off against numerous enemies, it's a good idea to try out that Wait command. As soon as you open the door near the typewriter, another chainsaw maniac will appear, but he'll have only a couple of friends. After shooting the searchlight, you can hop across the gap unmolested; there's only a single soldier here to fight you, at least initially. Grab everything before leaving the room; this is the end of chapter 1-2. It's still kind of useful for taking out groups of enemies, especially when you can see them at long range, but the firing speed is too long to allow you to use the weapon during most boss fights, especially since it takes so long to get back to running mode after firing. There's also a beartrap in between the tripwire traps, but you can also shoot that to trip it before passing by. There's also a crypt on the side of this room that you can open; check it for a bunch of cash. This will drop the trap door here, sending the Gigante into the lava, thus leaving you with only a single baddie to contend with. When you reach the next area, at the top of the ladder, grab the shotgun ammo and the hand grenade from the first room (the latter is in a cabinet), then head outside to meet up with a little camp full of soldiers. If you manage to deplete a full barrel of ammo in one of these weapons, don't reload it right away; if you bring it to a vendor and upgrade the ammo capacity, you'll get a full clip for free. If you check your map, you'll notice what appears to be a dead end area to the southeast. Firepower (The firepower ranking for the Mine Thrower doesn't actually increase the damage its bolts do; it instead increases the radius in which enemies will be hurt when the darts explode. These guys have fortified themselves into a number of bunkers, and possess a few chaingun emplacements which they'll use to blast you, but luckily for you, you have a helicopter along to do most of the killing. Just wait for the Hand to get close, tip it over, then move on. The garrador is also possessed of poor eyesight, so if you avoid his normal swinging and stay out of sight for a second (or just stay across the room from him), he'll sheathe his claws and start wandering around, looking for you. Luckily for you, there's no meddling about with different forms here; Saddler will immediately bust out his badass spider form, and all you have to do to win is kill that. Ada is a difficult character to use properly, as she has few tools to let her quickly stun or dispatch a group of enemies when she gets cornered. You'll need to get up through both platforms to reach the switches, so you can either get to them while the turrets are still active, or just run into the tunnel and wait near the ladder while the helicopter takes care of business. You should have a good amount of cash from the Chief and any other stuff you have to sell, which is good, because the merchant here has a host of crap for sale, including the large attache case, a treasure map for the castle, a new pistol, new shotgun, new rifle, new "mine thrower," etc. You'll need plenty of magnum and TMP rounds for the boss at the end, but there's one in the middle that might tax you a bit, as well, so, well, save up on everything. If you creep slowly along the sewers and zoom in on where you suspect an insect may be stationed, you'll be able to see their breath issuing from their heads. The first attempt was a PS2 game that resulted in something that "didn't fit in with the rest of the RE universe", but producer Shinji Mikami urged the dev team to continue making the game independently. El Gigante has three of these. In the next area, you can grab a Pearl Pendent before meeting up with Ada, who'll suggest splitting up. Tantalizing…. You can't cross back across the lake, but hey - would you even want to? Hit the switch, then start moving east towards the next switch; you can expect to be met with a couple of attacks from above during this trip. The correct combination is Blue, Green, Green, Red, Red, Red. This is probably the weakest of all of the boss monsters for the Mercenaries maps, although it's still a tough contender. The path beyond will lead you back to the merchant in the cavern before the lake, so save your game and upgrade your weapons before heading back to the church. Lastly, you'll find a hand grenade on the uppermost platform; if you chuck this in Saddler's general direction, he'll go down on his knees, allowing you to strike at his central eye. You can use this to your advantage, and indeed the easiest way to proceed here is to just trap them both on one side of the gate and shut yourself off from them. These guys are pretty tough, but they still move fairly slowly, allowing you to run from one side of the area to the other, flip and use your shotgun (aim for the head, even if they don't respond to it), and repeat this action numerous times until they finally expose their tentacles. If you don't tap fast enough, Del Lago will swim up beneath you and eat you, so you'll have to relive your Track & Field glory days if you don't want the fight to end real quick. Now, if you're suicidal, you can try to deal with these guys from inside the cage, but a far, far better approach is to get the hell out of dodge ASAP. This is your first dodge attempt of the game; get used to tapping either L+R or B+A on a split-second's notice. Move forward, away from the car. Shoot their dynamite just as it leaves their hands to blow them to pieces. After you reach the next zone, walk around until a cutscene starts; you'll be standing near a crate, so stay there and get the attention of the two cultists nearby with your pistol. In order to get the car rolling, hop down into it, then shoot the lever nearby. What the heck do they use it for? You'll come out to an area with a huge bulldozer; apparently Ashley's been trained in the proper and safe usage of construction equipment, though, so it's all good. After taking the next lift up, grab all of the ammo by the merchant, then upgrade your weaponry. If you find the three unique sigils, you can manipulate the puzzle machine to light them up, giving you the gem. There is one point late in the game where you'll pretty much be required to have a rifle to defeat some tough enemies, but we managed to get through pretty much the entirety of the game without one, so it's definitely less necessary than the other weapons in your arsenal. Ruh-roh; the bad man is angry. Yeah. We really wouldn't know, because we always ran for the shelter afforded by the small wooden hut on the eastern wall; if you hide behind that, the rock will never impact you. If not, do your best to avoid it while checking the other rooms for goodies, then climb up the side of the ruined staircase at the south end of the room and move on. Wait there until the bunker's destroyed by the helicopter before moving on. The circuit breaker is in the southern part of the room, so climb the ladders leading to it and flip it, being mindful of the fact that ganados will be popping into the room from unseen entrances above you. As you head up to the second floor, the catapults will tend to start pelting the doorway into the interior of the tower, so wait for one of their barrages to land before heading in. You have two real options here. They carry all kinds of stuff, from cash to hand grenades (which makes perfect sense), so off them for easy pickups. These barrels will let you blast many of the ganados in one go. Blast or cut away at El Gigante's tentacle to finally deal the killing blow. Exclusive: Shots from the Punisher will penetrate up to five bodies. You can sell all of your Spinels to him for 2000 pesetas apiece, as well as the Dirty Pearl Medallion; you'll be able to upgrade the Beerstein later on to make it more valuable, though, so you may want to hold onto it. This will unlock the lever near the gate, as well as the lever near the building you passed by earlier. From there, you can relatively easily pick off the first four parasites in the Regenerator's body; the fifth one will be more difficult to hit, but if you shoot off a leg, you'll have a few seconds to aim. Although it doesn't fire or reload as fast as a pistol, and ammo will be much more scarce, the Broken Butterfly will be the most powerful gun you can find for a long time, save for perhaps the rocket launcher or the Killer7. 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