Reviews and Problems with Resident Evil: Revelations
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Resident Evil Revelations review
25 June 2012
Excerpt: As is quickly being made clear by Capcom, 2012 is the year of Resident Evil. The franchise’s 15th anniversary is highlighted by multiple news games coming out, and it all starts with Resident Evil Revelations, a brand new portable adventure starring two of the series’ most popular characters.
Pros: A legitimate recreation of what makes RE fun, Perfectly paced for handheld play, Lots of extra content available post-game
Cons: Some annoying new characters, Enemies lack variety, Lots of late game backtracking
Excerpt: Title: Resident Evil: Revelations Developer: Capcom Release Date: January 27th 2012 (EU), February 7th 2012 (NA) Platform: 3DS Revelations has the quintessentially convoluted and chronologically warped plot you’ve come to expect from Capcom and the Resident Evil series.
Excerpt: Capcom has never been shy about banking on their name brand franchises when the popularity is there, as Street Fighter and (until recently) Mega Man fans can attest. Two versions of Marvel vs.
Excerpt: Look, let’s just cut right to the meat of the Jill sandwich here: Resident Evil Revelations is a game you can sink your teeth into. It layers a delectable amount of graphical polish on top of a beefy, action-packed showpiece for the technology of the 3DS, and tops it all off with just the right...
Review: Resident Evil: Revelations proves it is worthy of console love
13 February 2012
Excerpt: As someone who’s never owned a handheld console beyond the original Game Boy, certain games came and went that I would have loved the opportunity to play but simply couldn’t. January of last year, Resident Evil: Revelations was released for Nintendo’s 3DS, and, despite my wild desires to solve...
Excerpt: Just as Resident Evil’s diseased monstrosities mutated from people, the series itself has continued to evolve in maddening, unpredictable ways. While early entries in the franchise were known for their delicate pace and cumbersome controls, later titles gave way to bombastic action.