When it first came out for the 3DS, Resident Evil: Revelations was a very well received game. Many Resident Evil fans saw it as a return to the roots of the series. This is due to the fact that the game features tight corridors, low lighting, tank controls, and a very creepy atmosphere. Many of us were very excited to hear Capcom was porting the game to the major consoles as well as PC. This hype is also due to the fact that Capcom has been producing excellent ports lately, particularly with their PC ports of Resident Evil 6 and Devil May Cry.
Resident Evil 6 may have been a disappointment for the most hardcore Resident Evil fans, but not every game in the series has strayed completely away from that original feel. The demo for Resident Evil: Revelations, which will be hitting the console scene next week, was given pretty decent reviews as a 3DS title.
It's almost May, and that means horror is on the way once again. The revamped and improved version of the 3DS game Resident Evil: Revelations will be coming out later next month for all major consoles and PC. Like the 3DS original that came out some time ago, this version of Revelations will also come with a playable demo. ...
Resident Evil: Revelations was first released for the 3DS. In many ways, it was a return to form for the series, and it was relatively well received from fans and critics alike. As you probably know if you follow our site, Resident Evil Revelations: Unveiled Edition is being ported to the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii U, and the PC. Capcom has been trickling down information regarding the HD port, and has recently released the PC system requirements for the computer version of the game. Take a look below for those requirements:
There has been a lot of pre-release news about Resident Evil: Revelations Unveiled Edition. News, trailers, and gameplay features have trickled down slowly from Capcom over the last couple of months regarding the title. The latest two pieces to surface about the uplifted version of the 3DS hit, Resident Evil: Revelations, are two trailers.
A few days ago, Capcom announced some specifics regarding the latest iteration of Resident Evil: Revelations for the Wii U. The game will feature use of the Gamepad by transforming it into a map and weapon inventory for the player. Revelations will also integrate with Miiverse. Players will have the ability to post messages and tips for other players on how to overcome obstacles in their path.
Who needs a TV when your controller's got a screen? The Wii U's Off-TV Play feature allows supported games to be played on the tablet-like gamepad. As long as the Wii U is receiving power and you're within range, you don't even need a television. Perfect for those ugly moments when the TV is being used for a Glee marathon. Oh, the horror...
Capcom has released their latest trailer for Resident Evil: Revelations Unveiled Edition that features gameplay for one of the main characters, Hunk. Taking the Nintendo 3DS title and giving it an HD makeover, Hunk joins Jill Valentine on a cruise ship that of course is the site for the latest outbreak of the (insert letter here)-virus as they search for the missing Chris Redfield.
For those of you interested in the multi-platform release of Resident Evil Revelations: Unveiled Edition, new information has surfaced that sweetens the deal for the Wii U installment. The Wii U version of the game will utilize multiple features of the hardware to create a different experience, according to the latest issue of the Official Nintendo Magazine, set to hit UK shelves in two days.
We've been following rumors of Resident Evil: Revelations coming to Xbox 360 since November last year, and those rumors have finally turned to fact. Resident Evil Revelations: Unveiled Edition is officially coming to Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and Wii U on May 21st. it will bring enhanced visuals, a new harder difficulty, a new enemy, and lots of enhancements to the co-op Raid mode. Could this be the Resident Evil game console owners have been clamoring for?
Back in November we reported that Resident Evil: Revelations would likely be coming to the Xbox 360 in the near future. The evidence came from the Korean ratings board, which often rates games before they're officially announced. If that wasn't enough proof, Xbox360Achievements.org has recently published the game's full Achievement list... So yeah, it's only a matter of time before the former 3DS exclusive pops up on consoles. We thought the original version had some fine co-op, so this is certainly great news.
As a smartphone gaming enthusiast, I don't feel as much need for a 3DS system as I would have a few years ago. In fact, there are only a few third-party 3DS exclusive titles I really long for: Resident Evil: Revelations, Code of Princess, and the upcoming single-player opus Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate. Well, the 3DS is pretty popular, but game makers can obviously reach a much larger audience by branching out to actual consoles. If the Korean ratings board is to be believed, Capcom has wisely decided to expand RE: Revelations to the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 sometime in the near future.
People who love the Resident Evil series often can’t accept it taking off into new directions. Resident Evil Revelations might have been a single player experience in the final version, but what happened if it were originally designed differently? What if they meant to take their Resident Evil 3DS debut in a different direction?
Everyone's been anticipating Resident Evil: Revelations to release with a hefty $50 price tag (we reported a few months back that due to the 4GB card size over the standard 2GB, Capcom would be upping the price). That's $10 more than the normal price for a 3DS game, which may have bumped down its priority on some of your game lists. Good news, though - Capcom's announced that despite the larger card, RE: Revelations will now be releasing with $40 price tag, just like most other 3DS new releases. That's pretty good news for your wallet (if you're planning on snagging it on release) just a couple weeks before the game comes out.
Resident Evil: Revelations will be hitting the 3DS in less than a month, and no one has a clue as to what's going on in this game. There have been rumors of boats, ooze, terrorist attacks, and floating cities. Today we have three videos which won't explain one damn thing, but they look cool. Enjoy.
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