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Sentinel Nine and the Skull Shaker come automatically with the Deluxe Edition of Resident Evil 4 Remake but can also be purchased separately. These weapons will be put into storage until Leon reaches the game’s first typewriter where he can retrieve them. While these guns are fully loaded, the answer to how good they actually are is very subjective. Ask most people and they will undoubtedly say that they are not worth the money, but let’s look at the stats to prove it. Are Sentinel Nine and Skull Shaker worth the upgrade in Resident Evil 4 Remake?
Are the ninth sentinel and skull shaker good in Resident Evil 4 Remake?
the sentinel nine It has a very large magazine size even before the upgrade in Resident Evil 4. The gun is easy to upgrade early on and does a decent amount of damage with each shot. For an early game weapon, it’s not too bad, however, Leon’s primary weapon, the SG-09R, starts to outpace him in damage fairly quickly. Punisher is also a fairly early choice and comparable to SG.
There are many other weapons in the game, which makes it unlikely that you will keep these two until the end of the game. They both have the same thing Exclusive And if Critical Hits are what players are after, Sentinel Nine’s damage won’t matter since players will be hunting for cash anyway, but for raw damage, every other weapon beats it.
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the Shaker skull Mostly you will compare with W-870 The gun as the next gun will not be available until later in the game. In contrast to handgun comparisons, the Skull Shaker beats the W-870 in nearly every category. They have the same exclusive, double their damage, but the Skull Shaker won’t beat any of the other guns in the game. It takes up much less space than stock, but it’s not worth the drawbacks.
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