Part 3: Hacking the Trials
-Resident Evil 4 Trial Edition-
Equipment Screen Debug (Beta Items)

Another point of interest, when the debug menu is activated the merchant locations reveal themselves on the map.

   

Moving on from those discoveries we have now finished with the main menu debug. Now, I'd like to move into the item menu debug. As you can see below the menu pops up and covers most of Leon's face. It also displays some information on how to control the items. Below that is the ID, which is just a number that represents certain items and NUM which changes the quantity of the item. On the final line you can see a number of options, this breaks the items down into categories. NON will allow you access to all items, WEP shows only weapons, BLT shows only bullets, CUR shows only health related items, SWP shows misc equip items, OWP shows only secondary equipment such as the binoculars and the three scrapped powers on the previous page and finally GLD shows only items which can be sold.

   

I've found a number of neat items using this menu, so with that Ill show a list below of the various items which were not covered with the "PHOTO, VIDEO" debug setting which were found here. I should also say that there are a lot of items without avatars or 3D "examine" models. So showing them would be a waste of time, as they are unnamed as well.

Avatar Item Name
Description
Features
Related Images (If available)
   
*NO NAME*
What appears to be a ruby/gem of some kind
Infact, this item is actually a weapon. It takes the same shape as Leon's default handgun but as you can see from the pictures it is red instead of silver. I cannot notice anything different between the two however.
   
   
Green Herb
The default Green Herb.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
Chicken Egg
The default Chicken Egg.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
Brown Chicken Egg
The default Brown Chicken Egg.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
Gold Chicken Egg
The default Gold Chicken Egg
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
*NO NAME*
What appears to be an unused key.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
 
   
*NO NAME*
What appears to be an unused poison cure bottle.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
 
   
*NO NAME*
Another unused key.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
 
   
*NO NAME*
Appears to a ring which you could presumably sell for PTAS.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
 
   
*NO NAME*
The Blue Herb!
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
 
   
Green Herb (x2)
Default Green Herb (x2).
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
Green Herb (x3)
Default Green Herb (x3).
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
Green + Red Herb
The Default Green + Red Herb.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
Green + Red + Yellow Herb
The Default Green + Red + Yellow Herb.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
Green + Yellow Herb
The Default Green + Yellow Herb.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
Red Herb
The Default Red Herb.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
*NO NAME*
A watch, you could probably sell to the merchant.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
 
   
Yellow Herb
The Default Yellow Herb.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
   
   
*NO NAME*
More stones which you could probably sell.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
 
   
*NO NAME*
More stones which you could probably sell.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
 
   
FN57
Unknown item which could be used, probably a place holder for a pistol.
There's nothing really interesting to report on this one.
 
   
*NO NAME*
Garbled Data.
After the FN57, all of the other items appear like this with garbled data. There's no point in listing them all as they are all just junk items which have no use. Its safe to say however that there are a lot more like this, most likely used as place holders.
 

While I'm in this menu, I thought it would be nice to show you all Capcom's Work In Progress version of the item drop menu. This is activated by pressing UP on the C-Stick when you are in the menu. Normally this wouldn't work, however since the debug is unlocked it does! As you can see by the picture below the background is not assigned, so it displays RE4's default "no texture" green color. Moving the items out of the case turn them into names, as well as the items avatars.

   
   

There really isn't much to say after that, the items are still in your main menu so its possible that this either wasn't programmed enough, or Capcom quickly ported the actual attaché case into the key item area, just to get things working properly. So in effect, you could posses two inventory's, like in the final game. Now with that menu finally explored and a few other trinkets found, Id now like to move to the final debug menu. I suppose you can say we have saved the best for last on this one. Here's a sneak peek until next update!

   

I also have some good news, Once this feature is completed we will be releasing the trial editions (both of them) with the debug menu's activated. This way, you all can see that this is infact true and so you can have fun with them yourselves. We decided this because of the huge amount of requests we have been seeing for this, so rather than give you a cut down version through AR codes, we will be releasing the whole thing. I don't think this will cause too much heat, as it is only a Trial Edition and less than 5% of the entire game is playable. We dont like piracy and beleive it hurts companies, so please if you do like these trials I encourage you to buy the original versions. Its a lot more rewarding to have an original in your collection.



Return to Features Index

 
Part 1: Introduction to Trials
-Page1 - Determining Demo Builds
Part 2: Trial Contents
-Page2 - Resident Evil 4 Preview Disc Extra's (GCN)
-Page3 - Resident Evil 4 Trial (GCN)
-Page4 - Biohazard 4 Trial (GCN)
-Page5 - Resident Evil 4 Trial (PS2)
-Page6 - Resident Evil 4 Trial (GCN) Screen Shots
-Page7 - Biohazard 4 Trial (GCN) Screen Shots
-Page8 - Resident Evil 4 Trial (PS2) Screen Shots
Part 3: Hacking the Trials
Resident Evil 4 Trial Edition
-Page9   - Title Screen Debug (Various settings)
-Page10 - Title Screen Debug (Map's and Rooms)
-Page11 - Title Screen Debug (Map's and Rooms cont)
-Page12 - Title Screen Debug (Map's and Rooms cont)
-Page13 - Title Screen Debug (Map's and Rooms cont)
-Page14 - Title Screen Debug (Various Settings)
-Page15 - Title Screen Debug (Page Settings)
-Page16 - Title Screen Debug (Beta Maps, Beta Items)
-Page17 - Title Screen Debug (Videos of Mount Weapons)
-Page18 - Equipment Screen Debug (Beta Items)
-Page19 - In Game Debug (Settings)
-Page20 - In Game Debug (Settings cont)
-Page21 - In Game Debug (Flag Edit: Debug)
-Page22 - In Game Debug (Flag Edit: Stop)
-Page23 - In Game Debug (Flag Edit: Status)
-Page24 - In Game Debug (Flag Edit: System)
-Page25 - In Game Debug (Flag Edit: Item_Set, Scenario,
Key_Lock, Room, Room_Save, Config, Disp)
-Page26 - End (Download Link)
Biohazard 4 Trial Edition
-Page27 - Debug Changes
-Page28 - Item Debug Menu
 



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