Reviews and Problems with Resident Evil: Revelations
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15 May 2015
Summary: A step in the good direction for the Resident Evil franchise, after two bad episodes (Operation Raccoon City and 6) that were just simple and quite boring TPS. Revelations brings back a semi-open map in a charismatic and spooky place (The Queen Zenobia), there's still some moments of pure action,...
One of the best games for the 3DS and even better with the circle pad pro.
16 November 2014
Summary: Got this to play with the circle pad pro peripheral for the 3DS XL and I wasn't disappointed. Great gameplay, storyline and 3D graphics. I've played the RE series, since the original, and I have to say that besides the first one, this is my favorite.
Summary: This is an addictive game, to be sure. A lot of my work-related stuff did not get done because I was preoccupied with this game leveling up. Generally, I don't care for "scary" games, but this has a good balance between action and drama.
Summary: Since the PC port has come out not too long ago, I feel it's appropriate to now review a game I've had for a long time. Revelations is a game that falls between the end of the classic Resident Evil games (RE, 2, 3, CV) and Wii Lightgun games (Darkside Chronicles) and right before Resident Evil 5.
Summary: Revelations was a game I had fairly good expectations for. After hearing that the game is considered a return to Resident Evil's horror roots, I was expecting another true installment, similar to the lines of Resident Evil 4.
Summary: When I first played the game, I thought is going to be worse as hell, but when I almost finished it I realised that RE: R is the second best after 6. Good graphics, nice levels, scary plot and captivating characters. What I didn't like was the lack of defence, the tiny melee attack and poor aiming.