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Resident Evil: Revelations (2012) Game Information

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Resident Evil: Revelations (2012)
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Overall Rank:

1161

Avg. Rating:

3.67/5

# of Ratings:

3

US Release Date:

02/07/2012

Platform:

Nintendo 3DS

ESRB Rating:

M
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Developer:

Capcom

Publisher:

Capcom

Genres:

Action (Survival Horror)

Synopsis:

A new entry in the survival horror series comes to life as Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield explore a supposedly abandoned cruise ship that far from being empty, hides danger around every corner and down every dark hallway.

Also Available On:

PC (Steam), PlayStation 3, Wii U, Xbox 360

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  Jonzor
Jonzor
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08/04/2013 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

New title: "Resident Evil: Good, Not Great"

Resident Evil: Revelations is a game with a bit of split-personality. Or a lot of split-personality. Probably a lot.

In many ways, the game sort of seems caught between the game it wants to be, or the other game it wants to be, or the amount of work put into the graphics and details, or the lack of work put into the graphics and details, or the controls it has, or the controls it could have if you bought the Circle Pad Pro.

For the record, before playing this game I’d played quite a bit of Resident Evil Mercenaries 3D, which roughly controls the same as Revelations as far as the basic running and shooting. I only mention this because I have a feeling playing this game without a Circle Pad Pro would be quite a bit tougher without having run through a lot of this sort of stuff be...

Rating of
3.5/5 

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  dbarry_22
dbarry_22
Hardcore Gamer
 

08/02/2013 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

This Works On a Handheld

With good visuals and an easy to use control scheme, Resident Evil: Revelations proves that this series can be done well on a handheld.

This story behind this entry of the Resident Evil series is overly complicated and not worth going into too much detail. It takes place between Resident Evil 4 and 5 as you follow Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield onto a large cruise ship in the middle of the ocean tracking down and eliminating a new infection and bio-terror plot. There's a ton of deception, characters not being who they are suppose to be and all that nonsense and at times isn't worth trying to follow. All of these "revelations" during the game didn't really seem to be bombshells to me. Fortunately for me, when it comes to zombie horror shooter games, the story is low on the prio...

Rating of
4/5 

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