Resident Evil Revelations

Published by Capcom, Developed by Capcom

Genres: Action (2 players)

US release date: Feb 7th, 2012 | EU release date: Jan 27th, 2012

Resident Evil Revelations

Revealing a brand new storyline, characters and locations for the Resident Evil series, Resident Evil Revelations delivers an exceptional survival horror experience.

Built from the ground up to take advantage of the Nintendo 3DS features, Resident Evil Revelations delivers outstanding visuals that bring the fear to life. The touch screen allows for easy switching between weapons, the analyzing of evidence and puzzle solving. Players can also adapt their shooting style with the ability to quickly alternate between the first and third person shooter views with the 3DS controls.

Jill Valentine and BSAA partner Parker Luciani have been sent to search for Chris Redfi eld, whose last known GPS data positions him as being onboard a supposedly abandoned cruise ship. Far from being empty, danger hides around every corner as Jill and Parker explore the confi ned space of the ship and must face a menacing new enemy and virus; the T-Abyss. Adding a new unique horror setting to the series players will venture underwater as they try to escape the terrifying creatures roaming the ship.

Meanwhile, unknown to Jill and Parker, Chris Redfi eld and new female BSAA agent Jessica Sherawat trek through the mountains and uncover information about Veltro, a terrorist organization. The pair must work together to fi ght off hordes of infected creatures and prevent further terror; but will they discover the truth about Veltro in time?

With more characters, enemies and conspiracies still to be unveiled, Resident Evil Revelations promises an authentic Resident Evil experience on the Nintendo 3DS when it launches next year.

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In recent years, the Resident Evil series has deviated wildly from its roots, becoming less about scares and leaning more towards high octane action. To many fans, this made Resident Evil 5 more than slightly disappointing, and while the console entries of the series continue to...read full review

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