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Assignment Ada is a bonus game in Resident Evil 4 HD and in all releases of RE4. In it, you play as Ada Wong . The objective is to infiltrate the island (same layout from Chapter 5: Part 1 ) and steal five Plagas samples. The Plagas samples take up two cells in your Attache Case . After all five are collected, you must make it to your extraction helicopter.
There are no Merchants or Typewriters to save your game, but there are checkpoints.
Ada has 6.5 cells of health. You can find Yellow Herbs around the map to raise her health meter. Ada is given a small cache to start with. It includes:
- Firepower : 1.9
- Firing Speed : 0.33
- Reload Speed : 1.47
- Capacity : 20
- Firepower : 1.2
- Firing Speed : 0.10
- Reload Speed : 1.93
- Capacity : 100
- Firepower : 15
- Firing Speed : 1.83
- Reload Speed : 1.90
- Capacity : 12
- Hand Grenade
- First Aid Spray
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The Path to Reassignment as an Accommodation
From the desk of tracie defreitas , m.s., program leader, director of training, services, and outreach.
Engaging in the interactive process under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires navigating a range of reasonable accommodation pathways. Some trails lead to familiar places, like making the workplace accessible, job restructuring, or modifying a schedule. Some paths are bumpy, flanked by twists and turns, and require time and patience to reach the destination, like purchasing equipment, modifying workplace policies, or providing access to leave. Sometimes the process requires navigating an entirely different path than was initially mapped-out, like changing lanes and taking the ramp that leads to reassigning an employee to a vacant position. This accommodation pathway is reasonably well-marked under the ADA, but can still lead those responsible for considering the accommodation to second-guess whether it’s the best route – kind of like when you’re relying on your GPS to get you home, but it generates a different route every time and you’re not sure if you can trust it.
The reassignment path can be trusted when exploring job accommodations under the ADA, provided certain rules are followed. The duty to consider reassignment as a form of reasonable accommodation is clearly articulated in the ADA regulations and enforcement guidance. The title I regulations of the ADA specifically include reassignment as an accommodation, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) formal enforcement guidance on Reasonable Accommodation and Undue Hardship Under the ADA notes that this form of accommodation must be considered and provided, when reasonable. Interestingly, even the courts mostly agree with the EEOC position on this accommodation issue. Then why do employers still stumble when they reach the reassignment path as part of the accommodation process?
Likely for a number of reasons, but for one, it probably doesn’t seem logical to give an employee a different job when they can’t perform the essential functions of their current job. But, it’s important to remember that the ADA is meant to facilitate positive employment outcomes for individuals with disabilities. This means that, when a disability prevents an employee from performing the essential job duties of their original position, the possibility of maintaining employment by being placed in a vacant position the employer seeks to fill can lead to a successful employment outcome for all parties. When the interactive process reveals that reassignment is a possible accommodation solution, employers are expected to make that last ditch effort to keep the employee on the path of continued employment.
Reassignment is commonly known as the accommodation of last resort. This is because accommodations that will enable an employee to remain in their current position should, under ordinary circumstances, be considered first. However, this accommodation strategy should not be misinterpreted to mean that it’s only possible to consider reassignment when the search for accommodations in the original position is exhausted. Reassignment can be considered when:
- there is no reasonable accommodation that will enable an employee with a disability to perform the essential functions of their current position;
- both the employee and employer agree that an alternative position is a more preferable accommodation solution, in light of the employee’s limitations and ability to perform essential functions, with or without accommodation;
- an employee is on a leave of absence and their position cannot be held open during the entire leave period without posing an undue hardship, and if there is a vacant position to which the employee can be reassigned to continue the leave; or
- the location where work is performed causes a work-related barrier due to limitations affecting an employee’s commute, or the need to access specialized healthcare, and there is a vacant position at a different location that meets the employee’s disability-related needs.
What makes reassignment an accommodation under the ADA? The opportunity to be transferred to a new job with the same employer without having to go through the competitive hiring process. An individual with a disability who will be accommodated through reassignment shall not be required to compete for the alternative position. But, while a competitive bid for the vacancy is not required, the individual must be minimally qualified, though not necessarily the best qualified, for any vacant position under consideration, and must be capable of performing the essential functions of the job, with or without accommodation.
The path to reassignment can be bumpy when it’s not clear whose responsibility it is to identify vacant positions, and for what duration the parties will search. This is where it can be useful to have a procedure for processing this type of accommodation request. A procedure can assign organizational responsibility for the job search, and also make clear that the individual is invited to assist in identifying vacancies. The EEOC offers tips for drafting and implementing accommodation procedures, including reassignment procedures, in their guidance on Practical Advice for Drafting and Implementing Reasonable Accommodation Procedures Under Executive Order 13164 . The information in this guidance informs the reasonable accommodation practices of federal government employers, but is a useful resource for other types of employers that must engage in the interactive accommodation process under the ADA.
Employers sometimes ask if an individual who will be reassigned as an accommodation can be expected to formally apply for vacant positions, or to interview for jobs that are selected. The answer to this question probably depends on why the employer wants to require this of someone who is not expected to compete for the job. For example, if the objective of asking the individual interview questions, or to complete an application, is simply to gather information to assess their qualifications and interest in the job, this may be possible. But, if the individual is minimally qualified for the position, they get the job regardless of the interview outcome. An interview may be useful when more than one vacancy has been identified and both the individual and the employer believe the process will present an opportunity to learn more information to determine which position is the best fit.
Upon making the decision to explore reassignment as the accommodation of choice, employers should be mindful of several points. First, reassignment will only be available as an accommodation if a vacant position is available, or will be in the reasonably near future. There is no duty to create a vacancy. The search for vacant positions should include those that are equivalent to the employee’s original position, in terms of pay and status, and does not have to be limited to positions within the employee’s original department or location. When an equivalent vacant position is not available, an individual may be reassigned to a vacant lower level position. In this situation, there is no duty to carry-over the employee’s original rate of pay, unless this is done for others in a similar situation.
Generally, employers are in the best position to know about potential vacancies, but the interactive process is collaborative and so both parties can take part in the job search. The duration of the job search may depend on the size of the employer, but should begin without delay and should be completed in a reasonable period of time. For example, smaller employers may have fewer available positions, and in-turn, may require a shorter duration of time to complete a thorough search. The duration could be days or weeks. Some employers have a policy of searching for a certain number of days (e.g., 30 to 60 days). According to the EEOC, upon the end of a reasonable search period, if no appropriate vacancies have been identified, the employer will have fulfilled its obligation to consider reassignment as an accommodation.
The idea of reassignment as an accommodation raises a number of questions for employers. A lot of ground was covered on this topic in this brief article, but there can be many twists and turns while navigating this path during the interactive process. You may have more questions about reassignment now. The REASSIGNMENT section of the EEOC formal enforcement guidance on Reasonable Accommodation and Undue Hardship Under the ADA is a good place to start for more information. If you still have questions, Ask JAN , we can help!
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- Assignment Ada
- Separate Ways
- Chapter 1-1
- Chapter 1-2
- Chapter 1-3
- Chapter 2-1
- Chapter 2-2
- Chapter 2-3
- Chapter 3-1
- Chapter 3-2
- Chapter 3-3
- Chapter 3-4
- Chapter 4-1
- Chapter 4-2
- Chapter 4-3
- Chapter 4-4
- Chapter 5-1
- Chapter 5-2
- Chapter 5-3
- Chapter 5-4
- Final chapter
- Side quests
- Weapons and upgrades
- Treasure and Keys
- Files transcript
- Achievements and trophies
Assignment Ada , also known as Ada the Spy in some regions, is a short mission that is unlocked after completing the game once. In this game, Ada Wong must infiltrate the Island Base and recover 5 Plaga Samples. The samples must fit into her small Attache Case along with her Punisher, TMP, and Semi-Auto Rifle, so item management is a must. The game must be beaten in one complete run, as there is no saving. In all versions prior to the Wii version, Ada has no Knife, so the difficulty is even greater. She must fire bullets to break crates and barrels to obtain items so, do not worry about killing every single enemy and proceed to the next area as soon as possible.
- 1 Storming the Beach
- 2 Inside the Base
- 3 The Lone Guard
- 4 Chicago Typewriter
Storming the Beach [ edit ]
When infiltrating the beach area, be careful about shooting enemies of edges into the water, or else you may run short on ammo. After all the enemies are dead, collect the items around the area. Climb the ladder at the rear entrance and crawl through the vent duct to get inside the Base.
Inside the Base [ edit ]
Once inside check your in-game map. The locations of the Plaga Samples are marked with treasure icons on the map. Find them and kill the enemies guarding them. In the Research Lab, collect the Plaga Sample and then defend yourself from the enemies that lock-down the room. To get out, operate the security console to unlock the door.
The Lone Guard [ edit ]
At the Communications Tower you will have to defeat Krauser to obtain the final Plaga Sample. Use your remaining Hand Grenades and the TMP to defeat him. Once he's taken care of ride the lift to the top of the Tower and call a Chopper to pick up Ada.
Chicago Typewriter [ edit ]
Completing the mission allows you to purchase the Chicago Typewriter , a Tommy Gun with unlimited ammo, in a completed file of the main game (GameCube) or Separate Ways (all other versions). The gun does come with a high price at 1 million Pesetas to be exact in the main game and 300,000 in Separate Ways.
Resident Evil 4 Remake (RE4) Walkthrough Wiki
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Story Walkthrough: All Chapters | Resident Evil 4 Remake (RE4)
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There are six chapters in the main story of the Resident Evil 4 Remake. Find out the remake story length, all story changes, and how many chapters there are in the whole game!
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The following info is based off the previous releases of the game. This will be updated if changes are confirmed!
How many chapters in resident evil 4 remake, possibly six chapters in main story.
It's likely that the Resident Evil 4 Remake will retain the same story length as the original game, as the developers of the game have stated that the game length will mostly be the same, without much cut content.
The original Resident Evil 4 had six chapters in its main story. Two chapters were given to each of the three locations of the game (the Village, the Castle, and the Island), but the Final Chapter was essentially just comprised of the final boss fight.
Ada missions unlocked after main story
Bonus Ada missions, such as Assignment Ada and Separate Ways, were also unlocked upon beating the game in prior releases. Here, you could play as Ada Wong during the events of the main story or in the same Island locations.
Ashley's Infection May Play Larger Role
Aside from gameplay changes, the biggest change to the story of Resident Evil 4 comes in the form of Ashley's infection. From released cinematic footage, Ashley seems to be turning violent against Leon due to the infection, which wasn't the case in the original. Then again, this could also be a nightmare sequence, as were featured in the original.
Ashley Graham Voice Actor and Differences
The Dog is Possibly Dead
In release gameplay footage, the dog that's stuck in a bear trap at the start of the game appears to already be dead by the time you encounter it. In the original, the dog can be rescued from the bear trap and, if you chose to do so, it'll come back later on and help you during the first El Gigante fight later on.
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- 1.1 Chapter 1: Ring the Church Bell
- 1.2 Chapter 2: Rescue Luis Sera
- 1.3 Chapter 3: Retrieve the Sample
- 1.4 Chapter 4: Stop Leon's Assassination
- 1.5 Chapter 5: Obtain the Sample
- 4 Further notes
Chapter 1: Ring the Church Bell
The story begins with Ada in the village centre; after fighting off a pair of Ganados, Ada is instructed by Wesker to ring the church bell, in turn pacifying the villagers. At that time, she notices Leon having troubles of his own, ambushed by a gang of villagers. Racing to the church, Ada discovers the door locked. The round insignia needed to open it is around the back, protected by a dial puzzle. Although she solves it, something must be placed in the mechanism to keep the gate behind her open. Heading along the shore, Ada encounters one of the Chainsaw Sisters. After defeating her, Ada retrieves the Green Catseye, returns to the church and solves a puzzle to retrieve the Round Insignia, then switches it with the Green Catseye. She uses the Insignia to enter the church, then solves the light puzzle later seen with Leon to ring the church bell, although bringing down the steel bars that prevented Leon from getting to Ashley.
Chapter 2: Rescue Luis Sera
Reading a book about the villagers in the home of Bitores Méndez , Ada gets a call from Wesker to inform her that the researcher they planted, Luis Serra , has been captured by Méndez and is being held in a house on the other side of the village. Until he obtains the control plaga sample for them, he cannot be allowed to die. Ada remarks that Serra is quite high-maintenance and sets out to rescue him.
After fighting her way through the village, including Chainsaw Man , Ada arrives at the house only to find that Leon has also been captured and that the Ganados are moving both prisoners to the valley.
Racing back, Ada arrives at the chief's house just in time to save Leon from a quick death. However, this causes Méndez to chase after her instead. Eventually, Ada is tranquilized and captured.
A few hours later, Ada wakes up just in time to avoid a grisly death at the end of a Ganado's axe during an Illuminados sacrifice. She makes her way up to the lift control room to discover that she needs a key to activate the gondola lift. She goes to the barn where, in a few hours, Leon will face off against Chief Méndez. For now though, there are only a few villagers, including a second Chainsaw Sister who is possession of the key Ada needs to advance. Defeating her opponents, Ada uses the lift and proceeds on.
However, there is one last obstacle in her way: El Gigante . Either by fighting or fleeing, Ada gets past the monster arriving just after the siege on the cabin has ended. Luis informs her that he's on his way to get the sample. He asks her who she works for and she replies that there are things he's better off not knowing. He says he doesn't really care who she is as long as she gets rid of Saddler and Los Iluminados .
Chapter 3: Retrieve the Sample
The chapter begins with Ada revealing herself to Leon and escaping into the hedge maze. Wesker calls her with important news: Luis has gotten his hands on the sample. Ada is to track him down and get it from him. Additionally, if Ada encounters Leon, she's ordered to take him out. He's a survivor of Raccoon City , Wesker says, they can do without the distraction.
The sudden arrival of the cultists somewhat hampers Ada's efforts to escape the maze, but she makes it with little difficulty. Making her way through the castle, including a fight with a Garrador, Ada stumbles upon Leon and is unable to help him as she'll have to kill him if he sees her.
Eventually she arrives at the meeting point only to witness Saddler kill Luis and take back the sample. Wesker calls, telling her that they might be able to use Leon as a distraction to harass Saddler and his men. Unbeknownst to Wesker, Ada's been doing that all along.
Chapter 4: Stop Leon's Assassination
Krauser and Ada meet at the island's radio tower. Afterwards, Ada gets a call from Wesker informing her that he's dispatched Krauser to kill Leon. Ada reminds herself that she doesn't always play by Wesker's rules.
Finding herself in the shipping lane from the waste disposal center, Ada goes on the offensive through hordes of soldiers, even going so far as to sink the warship that Saddler has somehow recommissioned all by herself (she even used a pair of Gatling cannons to destroy the warship's onboard artillery).
Arriving at just the right time of Leon and Krauser's knife battle, Ada shoots Krauser's knife out of his hand as he is about to stab Leon in the heart and he is forced to flee.
Chapter 5: Obtain the Sample
As Mike and Leon decimate the military base, Ada informs Wesker that Krauser has been killed. Impressed, Wesker remarks that Leon doesn't die easily. He plans to use Leon to take care of Saddler. No matter who wins, the victor won't emerge unscathed and he instructs Ada to finish off whoever is left. Neither Leon nor Saddler can live to see tomorrow.
Clearing out what remains of the mercenary defenses, Ada meets up with Leon just in time to witness his Plaga try to assert itself. Going on ahead to let him compose himself, she defeats the meager resistance in the cell block. But as she's about to advance, she is nearly killed by a girder.
Krauser, badly burned and injured, had survived both Leon's assault and the explosions that destroyed the ruins and he intends to pay Ada back for her earlier humiliation. However, Ada has carefully studied his fighting style and, despite his arm, she is able to overcome her old ally, killing him for good.
Ada holding Leon at gunpoint for the Plaga.
Immediately after, Ada arrives in the laboratory to distract Saddler, giving Leon the precious time he needs to rescue Ashley and escape. Unfortunately, she must now fight the deranged cult leader. Through a combination of wits and firepower, she is able to defeat him and finally gets her hands on the control plaga specimen. But she does not see one of Saddler's tentacles and is captured.
A short time later, Leon arrives on top of the structure where Saddler and Ada are waiting, Ada tied and hanging from a rope. Leon cuts her down and begins to fight the mutated Saddler. Ada, seeing a rocket launcher on another structure, goes on an all-out offensive, racing against both a swarm of Ganados and the timer of a great number of bombs. But she overcomes every obstacle, retrieving the launcher and, in a parallel of the same event six years earlier, tosses it to Leon at the last moment.
Holding Leon at gunpoint, she finally retrieves the plaga sample. Tossing Leon the key to a jet-ski, she takes off in her helicopter just before the island is destroyed.
The player controls Ada Wong for the game. Compared to Leon, the only gameplay differences will be Ada has a slightly faster movement speed, uses different melee attacks and can use the hookshot to reach areas that were impossible for Leon. The player begins the game with the default size attache case and 5 bars of health. Ada starts with the following items:
- Shotgun (Ada's)
- Handgun Ammo (30)
- Shotgun Shells (15)
- First Aid Spray
The game is spread out over five chapters (two for the village, one for the castle, two for the island), it is considerably longer and more complex than Assignment: Ada with save points and the Weapon Merchant available to the player. However, the weapon upgrade option of the Merchant is disabled in this mode.
Completing the game and saving leaves the file at a "New Round" state and the player can restart from the beginning with all their equipment and money carried over. The Chicago Typewriter can be made available for the mode by completing Assignment: Ada .
With every completed chapter of Separate Ways , the player can view a new part of Ada's Report . The option is added to the "Extras" section in the main menu after unlocking the first report. The reports detail certain plot events and shine a light upon Ada's true motives.
Successfully completing Separate Ways will unlock the Chicago Typewriter for the main game. Additionally, the costume set "Special 2" can be selected when starting a new game in the main game. This consists of a mafia costume for Leon and a suit of armor for Ashley.
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- The title screen of the mode pays homage to La Femme Nikita .
- Whilst fighting Ganados in the beginning of the game, you might see Leon in the distance running from a group of Ganados as well as several sound effects of him and Chainsaw Man. However, it is impossible to confront Leon in-game. The same thing occurs in the castle, in the room with the rocket launcher in a glass case, and finally in Leon's final battle with Saddler.
- When visiting The Merchant for the first time, he claims to not be open at the time, which explains why he does not put up his blue torches. However, he can never deny a good stranger some weapons and will happily buy and sell with you.
- In the village, Ada sees the Ganado that had stolen Leon's jacket.
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Best way to kill saddler (ada) hints and tips for Resident Evil 4
Best way to kill saddler (ada)
In separate ways, when your Ada, and fighting saddler this is the best way to kill him.
Run past him, and go down till your in the middle of the stage with that tube thing that Ashley was in next to you. Wait for him to come down to you, and when he does, just run around the tube thing, and get behind him. He should turn around and try to attack you, and you'll have to press some buttons to dodge it. After his attack he'll stand still for a few seconds, giving you time to run up to him, and slash him with your knife 2 or 3 times. Then simply repeat steps above.
This is the best way to kill him. The knife is his weakness just like krauser. I killed him in LESS THAN A MINUTE using this strategy, forget the guns. Hope this helps, because I hate Saddler, and know how hard he is.
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Every unlockable in resident evil 4 (and how to get them).
Resident Evil 4 is one of the best horror video games of all time, so finding and getting all the unlockables is no hardship.
Capcom is known for packing its games with numerous unlocks, giving players further incentive to keep on playing after the credits roll for the first time. 2005's Resident Evil 4 is no different. Despite including no multiplayer content whatsoever, there are plenty of goodies to unlock for further playthroughs.
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The following list explains how to unlock all of them. A few of them are low-hanging fruit earned by simply completing the campaign for the first time, while others require a little more work. Some might take you a while, but it is all bliss when you are playing one of the best video games ever made.
10 The Punisher - Shoot All The Medallions
This is the only unlock you can get before beating the game. A file in the village details a small game the merchant has set up for you. Shoot at least ten blue medallions hanging in the environment to unlock the Punisher. It is not super powerful, but the bullets go through enemies. We recommend replacing the Handgun with it until you gain access to the Red9, which then should become your main pistol.
9 Extra Game Modes - Beat The Game Once
Resident Evil 4 includes three other game modes in addition to the main campaign; Separate Ways, Assignment Ada, and The Mercenaries. The first two put you into Ada Wong's shoes, while the third is a score-based minigame where you must destroy as many enemies as possible and survive until the time runs out. In order to play any of these, you must beat the game once, which takes between 12 and sixteen hours . Most further unlocks involve these modes. Beating the game also unlocks the ability to watch all the cutscenes.
8 Matilda - Beat The Game Once
The Matilda uses ammo fast, which is not always ideal for a pistol. Still, if you wish to utilize this weapon, you have to beat the game and then you will be able to purchase it from the Merchant during the next playthrough.
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The weapon still costs 70,000 pts, so be sure to have a solid amount of money saved if you want to hit the ground running with it on the new game.
7 Handcannon - Five Star Every Stage With Every Character In The Mercenaries
Achieve four stars in a stage once to unlock a new character in this mode. The unlocking is not done here, however. Earn five stars in every stage with all the characters to unlock a powerful magnum called the Handcannon. After doing this, it is a free pickup from the merchant. Buying all the upgrades still costs around 790,000 pts. It is by far the most powerful gun in the game, with the final power measured at 99.9.
6 Infinite Rocket Launcher - Beat The Game Once
Most Resident Evil games have a Rocket Launcher. Usually a friendly supporting character will throw one down to the protagonist in order to even the odds with the last boss. After beating Resident Evil 4 for the first time, you can buy a Rocket Launcher with infinite ammunition. However, it still costs one million pts, so be prepared to save up some money if you want it. Every other Rocket Launcher is a single use weapon.
5 Chicago Typewriter - Beat Assignment Ada
Don't be fooled by this weapon's name. You definitely won't be punching letters into paper with the Chicago Typewriter. Instead, you'll be punching holes into enemies with bullets. Unlocking this weapon is as simple as beating Assignment Ada, the non-canon bonus mode starring Ada Wong. This small campaign is actually quite difficult, so be prepared for a challenging gauntlet. While the weapon costs a million pts, it has infinite ammo and never has to reload.
4 Special Costume Set 1 - Beat The Game Once
It is not a Resident Evil game without special costumes. There are two sets of outfits you can unlock. The first set, which puts Ashley into a pop star outfit and Leon into his old RCPD digs, is unlocked by beating the game for the first time. These are purely aesthetic changes. Unfortunately, the cutscenes are pre-rendered, so the outfits do not show in most cinematics.
3 Ada's Report - Beat Each Chapter In Separate Ways
Separate Ways is a canon side story which follows Ada Wong through the events of Resident Evil 4. As such, you run into Leon Kennedy a few times throughout the short journey.
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There are several unlocks for going through the whole thing, but you also get little narrative dumps after each chapter called Ada's Reports. They tell Ada's side of the story while also giving a clearer view of the story overall. Separate Ways is essential to understanding the whole narrative, though it is not available in the original GameCube release.
2 P.R.L. 412 - Beat Professional Mode
Professional mode is available after beating the game once. This difficulty setting is way harder than the base difficulty, but it fortunately comes with its own reward for beating it. The P.R.L. 412 takes up a lot of space in the inventory, but it is also incredibly powerful, eliminating the need for most other weapons. Of course, once you have beaten Professional difficulty you have pretty much done everything there is to do in Resident Evil 4.
1 Special Costume Set 2 - Beat Separate Ways
Beat Separate Ways to unlock another set of costumes for Leon and Ashley. In this one, Leon looks like he is a gangster from the 1930s, the perfect compliment to the Chicago Typewriter. Ashley comes in a suit of armor, making her invincible. Since many bemoan having to escort the president's daughter, the suit of armor is a welcome change, even if it does look silly. Resident Evil is always a little silly, though , so it does not feel too incongruous.
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Run near Saddler and aim the Shotgun in his head, wait until the command L1+R1 appear on the screen, quickly shoot in his head and press X near him to cut. Repeat 17 times and he will die....
For Resident Evil 4: Ultimate HD Edition on the PC, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Assignment Ada -- fighting a certain boss *spoilers*".
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Defeating her opponents, Ada uses the lift and proceeds on. However, there is one last obstacle in her way: El Gigante. Either by fighting or fleeing, Ada gets past the monster arriving just after the siege on the cabin has ended. Luis informs her that he's on his way to get the sample.
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He should turn around and try to attack you, and you'll have to press some buttons to dodge it. After his attack he'll stand still for a few seconds, giving you time to run up to him, and slash him with your knife 2 or 3 times. Then simply repeat steps above. This is the best way to kill him. The knife is his weakness just like krauser.
Unlockable costumes are a staple of Resident Evil, with RE4 featuring two sets for Leon, Ashley, and Ada. The first set - Special 1 - is unlocked by completing the main game once. Leon wears his RPD uniform from Resident Evil 2, Ashley swaps to an all white get-up, and Ada wears all black gear. Special 2 is unlocked by completing Separate ...
Unlocking this weapon is as simple as beating Assignment Ada, the non-canon bonus mode starring Ada Wong. This small campaign is actually quite difficult, so be prepared for a challenging gauntlet. While the weapon costs a million pts, it has infinite ammo and never has to reload. 4 Special Costume Set 1 - Beat The Game Once