Saving the day is just the basic thing that Leon S. Kennedy does in the Resident Evil 4 remake, but there are certainly other ways in which the special agent can show off his mastery throughout this adventure. Some of the more interesting activities can reward players with trophies and achievements, that is if they know what to do ahead of time.
This guide will provide all of the necessary steps and information about how to get the You Talk Too Much! Trophy and Achievement in Resident Evil 4, so buckle up and get ready to serve Ramón Salazar some much-needed explosive medicine.
How to Get The You Talk Too Much! Trophy & Achievement in Resident Evil 4 Remake
This will be possible in Chapter 12 at the ending boss fight against Ramón Salazar. After catching up to the nefarious villain, who hands over Ashley to Major Krauser, Leon shoots the pint-sized terror and sends him to seeming death. Unfortunately, powered by the Las Plagas parasite, Salazar rises with plenty of disgusting tentacles and limbs, ready to douse Leon in acidic goo.
To get that trophy or achievement, players will have to throw a grenade into Salazar's mouth during the fight. This is not the fleshy component that makes up the outer shell of the boss, but rather, the mouth of the part-human part of Salazar that is housed inside the creature. The best time to do so would be when the boss sticks to the ceiling and prepares for a concentrated blast of ooze, this leaves him in a stationary position for a good while.
Take good aim with a grenade, and lob the explosive straight into the head of Salazar, and if done correctly, there will be no priming time as the grenade explodes straightaway, rewarding players with the trophy and achievement.
How to Fight Ramón Salazar in Resident Evil 4 Remake
Apart from the aforementioned ceiling ooze spewing, fighting Salazar is quite an easy affair if players know how to take advantage of the environment. The boss will navigate around the arena, often dropping puddles of goo that will explode if Leon walks by. At the same time, it will attempt to ram into Leon if the player gets too close, coupled with shooting blobs from range.
Keeping the boss and Leon apart using the structures in the arena will prevent most harm, so keep shooting the human part of Salazar with your strongest weapons, and when he's stunned, get up close and show him the sharpness of the Combat Knife. Repeat the process, and the boss will go down in no time. Or there is always the Chicken Egg method, which is good for a laugh.
Resident Evil 4 (2023) is available on PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.