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If you complete Resident Evil 4 on the Wii, you get access to bonus missions, and you unlock two additional weapons; a handgun that can fire three bullets at a time and a (very expensive) rocket launcher that comes supplied with an unlimited amount of rockets though.

But that wasn’t the bonus equipment I was after. I’d read that once you completed the game, if you also complete the two sets of bonus missions involving Ada (a female assassin type character who appears in various cut-scenes in the main game), you can access to a souped-up machine gun which comes in at the jaw-droppingly expensive price of one million credits.

Is it worth it?

Well, despite the fact it’s so expensive you may need to sell other equipment, despite the fact it takes up more of your inventory space than pretty much anything else, the answer is a resounding yes.

It has a stopping power of about five times that of the regular submachine gun, or equivalent to a souped-up shotgun, it has a very fast firing rate, and best of all — it never runs out of bullets or needs reloading. Simply point, keep that trigger squeezed and then wipe up the mess.

And it’s got a rather cool name too … The Chicago Typewriter.

the only minor drawback is that it takes a lot of the fun out of the game because you can blow pretty much everything away quickly and you’re never going to get that panicky feeling of being down to only three bullets left. But, at the risk of reminding everyone of a pop video with Christopher Walken, it’s my Weapon of Choice.

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