Now You Too Can Play Resident Evil 5 Dress-Ups

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Sensing that there will be grown-ups willing to part with serious cash money in the wake of Resident Evil 5's release, Capcom are continuing a long-running trend of theirs: releasing Resident Evil dress-ups.

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They've been a mainstay of Capcom's Japanese marketing strategy for years now, and with Resident Evil 5 now out over there, it's time to see what's in store for this time around. Sadly, it seems options at the moment are limited to a couple of very authentic-looking BSAA jackets (the organisation the game's heroes are working with), some badges to sew onto other militaristic-looking things you may have lying around the house, and a couple of zippo lighters.

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Not a bad start, but having seen Capcom's "official" Chris & Sheva decked out at last year's Tokyo Game Show (below), we were kind of hoping for something a little closer to the look of the main duo.

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That acronym sounds awful.

Are they assessing the security of bioterrorists? Keep them in check, make sure they don't endanger themselves in their endeavor to kill the world, etc.

What's next, R.O.U.G.E?

Really Obscure Unknown Government Entity