Reviews and Problems with Resident Evil: Revelations
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9 January 2014
Summary: Graphics are nice for a 3ds port, dont know why some are bashing them. I like the real-time inventory too, fast and easy to use. The part where it fails to impress me are the controls, in particular the aiming. If there where some finesse to the analog-stick aiming it would be forgivable. But theres not and it basically moves on two speeds. Also there is no way to trim it like tilting the gontroller or something but no, its just the stick.
Summary: I enjoyed this game for the most part. It is great to see the Wii U's system capabilities with controls, graphics, and extra features (gamepad). This would have won my No. 1 spot if it was local co-op. But the story line is great; cheesy charactors compared to Leon, Claire, Wesker, etc. Raid mode was good, only thing i had a problem with was if one player is stronger or has been playing a lot longer he ends up doing the whole mission and you end up just following.
Summary: Great remake of a best selling 3DS game had finally started for every Resident Evil fans. The storyline was very good, graphics came out nice. As of Infernal difficulty, it's extremely harder for first timers or a hardcore Resident Evil fans. Raid Mode is still great experience! Resident Evil Revelations on Wii U still a great successful remake.
Summary: This is one of the best resident evil games. Ammo is limited and you will have to play smart to survive. Raid mode is great for players that finished the game and still want the feeling of being trapped in a ghost ship. It would be my favorite if it had wii remote support, but still a great game.
Summary: This game is just great! It's kind of a best of Resident Evil to me. It has got a great story, atmospheric horror-parts and some action-sections as well. It just feels right and i would recommend this to everyone who likes Resident Evil at all. The lack of high-end graphics is not too bad as it looks great still (IMO).
Summary: i won't right too much on this, because there isn't much to say. I had hoped for more, but this game isn't very good. the only thing i liked was the gamepad features were pretty awesome. To be fair, i haven't really cared for any of the Resident Evil games. I thought the controls weren't very good, i don't know why exactly but they didn't feel right to me. Poor developing is all i have to say. Forgettable...and i already have.
Summary: This game is voted far too favorably. The few (3-4) hours that I spent trying to immerse myself ended up filled with laughter at the awful ported graphics (other than character models and cut scenes) and utter frustration at the extremely poor controls. Aiming is a pretty big part in a shooter of any variety, and this is just pathetic. I could go on about things like how the character enters a room so blindly and the awful dialog, but I'll save you the time.
Summary: i really didn't like it but the online play or raid mode is really good. the story is really short and the monsters arnt the best there mostly all the same and not much new monsters or infected ones
Summary: Clunky, mushy controls really ruin this game. The characters move like pregnant yaks in the throes of labor which make the fights tedious and frenetic. The story is schlock y and silly, which is fine because that is what Resident Evil has become. I appreciate the effort to return to the roots of survival horror, but the control scheme is terrible and it really cripples any sense of fun I was having with the game.