An Arrange Mode is a variation of part or all of a base game that remixes it with new rules and brings with it new challenges. Other times, they're included in an Updated Re-release of a game to bring a new experience to an old game.
Finish the game on advanced mode as either character in any amount of time. Then the Magnum, with infinite ammo will be available when the game is replayed. Rescue the other two players and finish the game. If done correctly, the phrase "You've got the special key" will appear after the credits.
When focusing on the main objectives, Resident Evil: Director's Cut is about 6½ Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 14½ Hours to obtain 100% completion.
19973) Resident Evil: Director's Cut - PlayStation (1997)
Arrange modes are usually bonus modes that usually feature different characters/ships, different scoring mechanics and/or completely new mechanics in general. Usually they are easier than the normal mode and can be a bit more approachable than the normal arcade mode.
Beat the game with either Chris or Jill in less than five hours (total playtime) in Normal or Hard mode and you'll be able to use the Samurai Edge, an upgraded handgun with unlimited bullets.
The sharingan removed that since the sharingan can see way faster than the normal eye. After the war he decided to create this jutsu that uses purple lightning. This jutsu is so powerful that he could use it only once a day unlike raikiri that he could use a lot, he also created a storm when he used it.
Sasuke also uses purple lightning but its different from the technique of Kakashi, a technique with Six paths Chakra, or its just the animation that changed the color, I'll show you an example!