[Top 11] RE3 Remake Best Shop Items To Buy

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11. Hip Pouch

This small, belted pouch is good for carrying more items on your person. While the game already comes with several pouches that can be found in game already, who doesn’t need more inventory space? There is a great way to enhance the looks of your character too since all extra pouches appear on your character in-game.

Why the hip pouch?

  • Inventory space
  • It helps with achievements where you can’t use inventory boxes and you need all the space you can get.

Hip Pouch Details:

  • Will be added to your character as a design as well.
  • It creates two spaces per pouch.

Price: 4800P


  • There are no stats available on this hip pouch since it’s used primarily for looks and inventory space. Each pouch usually adds two spaces of inventory, one per item unless it’s large like the grenade launcher. Then it would take up two spaces.

10. STARS Field Combat Manual

STARS was supposedly one of the few groups that could ever stop the Umbrella Corp from taking over the world- though unfortunately, many were turned like Wesker, hunted down like Jill, or still fight the never-ending battle today like Leon. This manual, edited by the one and only Christ Redfield, explains how to perform physical feats like the Perfect Dodge much easier!

Why the STARS Field Combat Manual?

  • Enhances perfect dodge.
  • Great lore-friendly insert from a well-known character.

STARS Field Combat Manual details:

  • This can be purchased for a fairly low price and can be used for both Carlos and Jill. 
  • Chris Redfield also makes mention to an old manual he had in RE5, when he and Sheva are about to get fed to alligators.

Price: 6400P


  • Since this is a combat manual, there are no stats to be stated. Though it increases the ability of perfect dodge by about forty to fifty percent during gameplay.

9. Assault Coin

The assault coin is just how it looks. Having this coin in your inventory increases your attack power substantially. These can stack up to two, but is the inventory space capable of taking the extra baggage? 

Why the Assault Coin? 

  • The assault coin packs that extra punch that you might need to get you through a certain encounter, especially with the Nemesis. Want your knife strokes to take out people in one-shots? Done!

Assault Coin Details:

  • This coin is the same price as the other coins in the store only for 4000P.
  • These can double stack for the maximum amount of damage your character can unleash.

Price: 4000P


  • Because of this being a coin, there are no stats to speak of. 

8. Iron Defense Coin

Like it’s sister coins, this one is for defense as the name states. You will be able to take a lot more damage with one or two of these in your inventory. For a fairly low cost compared to some, you can get a bulletproof vest… er, coin? 

Why the Iron Defense Coin? 

  • The defense coin packs that extra kick that you might need to get you through a certain encounter, especially with the Nemesis. This will help you take direct, usually one-hit kills, without even flinching.

Iron Defense Coin Details:

  • This coin is the same price as the other coins in the store only for 4000P.
  • These can double stack for the maximum amount of defense your character can have.

Price: 4000P


  • Because of this being a coin, there are no stats to speak of. 

7. Recovery Coin

While it’s sister coins help with attack and defense, this coin helps with your recovery time! A lot of players reported not using the health items given in-game (and there is even an achievement for that), this coin will definitely help you make it through the game and get that achievement. It’ll slowly regenerate your health the longer you carry it. 

Why the Recovery Coin? 

  • The recovery coin helps you through one the easiest or hardest difficulty of the game by slowly regenerating your health over time. You can double it up like your other coins as well. 
  • Coins can be used for both Carlos and Jill, but make sure they have the ability to swap ahead of time by either storing them in an inventory box or by leaving them nearby. (Careful using the inventory box in case you’re going for that achievement!)

Iron Defense Coin Details:

  • This coin is the same price as the other coins in the store only for 4000P.
  • It helps with not having to use healing items at all (achievement!).

Price: 4000P


  • Because of this being a coin, there are no stats to speak of. 

6. Hot Dogger

As the name hilariously implies, the Umbrella-designed weapon is a knife that can be superheated. When slicing an enemy, it will catch them on fire immediately and burn them to death. You know, as an alternative to stabbing your enemies to death!

Why buy the Hot Dogger?

  • Besides its ability to light enemies aflame while battling hordes of the undead, this knife is as infinite and glorious as the standard. Which has been improved on since Resident Evil 2, where it could break with too many uses. 
  • Nice new animations with this unique blade. Like using it as a katana at times and lightning the Nemesis satisfyingly on fire.
  • Great against drain bugs or Deimos. Single slices are all that you need to take out these bug vomiting monsters.

Hot Dogger Details:

  • This is the first and one of the only upgrades from a standard weapon that Resident Evil 3 offers. 
  • Is the only ‘hand-to-hand’ combat weapon in-game besides the standard knife.
  • With unlimited durability and no ammo, this is a must-have for your inventory.

Price: 7200P


  • Unlimited durability and no ammo to refill. 

5. Samurai Edge

Whether you love guns or just love the look of this piece, you can own the modified Beretta 92F. This one has been modified to Jill Valentine’s particular tastes. With a wonderfully smooth recoil, enhanced firepower, and accuracy. Jill, and you, will be happy to have this in their arsenal. 

Why the Samurai Edge? 

  • Fantastic recoil, firepower, and accuracy.
  • Jill Valentine’s specific weapon, a reintroduction to the one seen in Resident Evil 2.
  • 15-shot capacity and beefed fire-rate.
  • Fun Fact: this weapon was given to Jill by Joseph Kendo on behalf of the Kendo Gun Shop in Raccoon City. It was one of the last weapons to ever be made there and was apart of the STARS weaponry phase, where each member earned their specific weapon.

Samurai Edge Details:

  • Game modification weapon to the real, original Beretta 92.
  • It can be bought fairly cheaply compared to the other weapons in the store.
  • An excellent lore-friendly, head-shot bound weapon that will help you on your playthrough!

Price: 5600P


  • While there are no specific stats on the weapon’s rate of fire or various abilities surrounding it, there is no question that this gun outshines the basic one that is given to you at the beginning of the game. 


Arguably one of the best guns in the game, this energy weapon is straight out of Fallout lore. Developed by Umbrella to help fight virus-infected water monsters, this is based on ‘airborne electrical phenomena’ that can stop standard shamblers with one shot.

Why buy the RAI-DEN?

  • This taser like gun has been known to give you that extra second while being chased by Nemesis and definitely is apart of your much-used arsenal.
  • Ammo is extremely hard to find and often is never dropped while on a playthrough as some players have reported.
  • Can easily take out enemies one after another. This gun is a slightly altered version for the one given to use in Resident Evil 2 while in the sewers. 

RAI-DEN Details:

  • Named after Raiden, a lightning deity in Japanese mythology, this weapon does pack the power of the gods.
  • Defeating enemies often count towards Magnum kills. Multiple players have reported a bug that lets you use magnum ammo as well with no fix in sight.

Price: 12000P


  • As Resident Evil 3 continues to be a fairly new game, there is not currently stats for this modified version of the RE2 remake. There has yet to be another ‘stun’ use gun in-game.

3. Infinite MUP Handgun

While only slightly more expensive than the Samurai Edge, there has been a lot of discourse on whether to choose the MUP versus the Edge. While the Edge has a 15 shot compared to the 16, it also doesn’t have infinite ammo like the MUP. The MUP, in retrospect, doesn’t have nearly the stopping power of the Jill’s Samurai Edge.

Why the Infinite MUP Handgun:

  • Well-balanced, 16 shot, with decent accuracy.
  • Infinite ammo and the largest handgun magazine available.
  • Less powerful than the Samurai Edge, but trading power for the amount of bullets you currently have.

The Infinite MUP Handgun Details:

  • Many players have rated this gun out of all of the store inventory, 2 of 5 stars.
  • No customization or any changes can be made to the weapon.
  • Besides saving your inventory space with no ammo usage, it doesn’t feel worthy of the 8k you spend on it in the shop.

Price: 8000P


  • There are no stats available to compare to, though multiple sources report it is less powerful than the standard-issue gun you start the game with. 

2. Infinite CQBR Assault Rifle

Each and every player the moment they got to play as Carlos, was impressed with the size of his gun. This assault rifle was optimized by the UBCS (Umbrella’s ‘response’ team) with a short barrel length, allowing for a great fire rate and stopping power.

Why the Infinite CQBR Assault Rifle?

  • Sitting at the second-highest expensive weapon in the store, you definitely want this purchase to be worthwhile. And besides the Samurai Edge, we recommend you buy this first. 
  • Unlimited ammo, the best stopping power of all the weapons, best fire rate, and with the ability to mow town Lickers, Nemesis, and whoever else makes the unwise choice to challenge you. 

Infinite CQBR Assault Rifle Details:

  • Carlos’ main weapon for the majority of the game. 
  • This can be used both by Jill and Carlos with infinite ammo.

Price: 28400P


  • Because of the games new release, there are no stats available on the weapon. But since it is the only upgraded version from the original (and only) assault rifle in-game- we’re pretty sure that the infinite ammo is a perk! 

1. Infinite Rocket Launcher

Currently sitting at the most expensive item in the store, you might have to do multiple playthroughs just to get enough money to purchase it! But absolutely no one can deny how bad we want to use literally Nemesis’ rocket launcher… with unlimited ammo!

Why buy the Infinite Rocket Launcher? 

  • Nemesis only main weapon. 
  • Unlimited ammo and literally one-shots everything but Nemesis. 
  • The ultimate, unlimited, over-kill weapon.

Infinite Rocket Launcher:

  • The recoil is ridiculous on this weapon, use with caution if multiple things in your area can explode!
  • The rockets do more damage than the explosion according to its in-game description. The players beg to differ when they can’t find the zombie they originally fired at.
  • This gun, like the other infinite ammo variations, can save you massive amounts of inventory space. But like the grenade launcher, it takes two spaces.

Price: 62400P


  • There are no stats available for this weapon. Unlimited ammo.

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