The newest Humble Bundle is a filled with deals on Capcom titles, like Bionic Commando: Rearmed and Resident Evil: Revelations 2. Pay more than the average of $9.04, and you'll get a the original Resident Evil: Revelations as well.
Resident Evil: Revelations was something of a mixed bag for RE fans. On the one hand, it was a "return to roots" in some ways as all the classic design mechanics of the original (like "tank" controls and tight corridors packed with foes) returned. On the other, it was still a modern RE game and that meant some weird plotting and bad voice acting. One of the best features of the game, however, was its Raid mode, which allowed you to team up with a friend and fight your way through missions in order to get money/points so you could upgrade and clear more missions. The mode included the ability to select from a few of the game's more memorable characters, along with some alternative outfits that can be unlocked.
Resident Evil: Revelations has been successfully released for the console crowd as well as the PC. For a read about the impressions of the PC version of the game, take a look here. It is nearly a perfect port of the original game that was released for the 3DS, for better or worse. In true Capcom fashion, there has been talk about unlockable costumes and future DLC for Revelations.
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.