Resident Evil: Revelations

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Description

Resident Evil® Revelations returns redefined for PC complete with high quality HD visuals, enhanced lighting effects and an immersive sound experience. This latest version of Resident Evil Revelations will also deliver additional content including a terrifying new enemy, extra difficulty mode, integration with ResidentEvil.net and improvements to Raid Mode. Raid Mode, which was first introduced to the series in the original version of Resident Evil Revelations, sees gamers play online in co-op mode or alone in single player taking on the hordes of enemies across a variety of missions whilst leveling up characters and earning weapon upgrades. New weapons, skill sets, and playable characters including Hunk, take the Raid Mode experience to new depths.

The critically acclaimed survival horror title takes players back to the events that took place between Resident Evil® 4 and Resident Evil® 5, revealing the truth about the T-Abyss virus. Resident Evil Revelations features series favorites Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield, plus their respective BSAA partners - Parker Luciani and Jessica Sherawat. The action begins on board a supposedly abandoned cruise ship, the ‘Queen Zenobia’, where horrors lurk around every corner, before players head for the mainland and the devastated city of Terragrigia. With limited ammo and weapons available, the race is on to survive the horror of Resident Evil Revelations.


Key Features:

  • Enhanced visual and aural fidelity – Resident Evil Revelations brings spine-chilling fear complete with high quality HD visuals, enhanced lighting effects and an immersive sound experience.

  • Classic survival horror gameplay returns – the campaign mode’s single player experience sees gamers investigating a range of different locations including the dark confined spaces of a cruise ship and the treacherous snow covered mountains. With limited ammo and weapons, fight off infected enemies that lurk around every corner.

  • Hell just got hotter – Infernal Mode, a new difficulty mode for the re-mastered HD edition, is not just more challenging than Easy and Normal modes but also remixes enemy and item placement, so even those familiar with the game will discover new terrors.

  • Meet the Wall Blister – A brand new enemy, the Wall Blister is a mutated creature borne from the T-Abyss virus that spreads through water, adding to the horrors that lurk around every corner.

  • Residentevil.net support – Resident Evil Revelations will take full advantage of Residentevil.net with content available to users once the game launches. Earn weapons and custom parts and use them in-game, collect figures that can be used in dioramas and check your stats through the online web service.

  • Improved Raid Mode – New weapons, skill sets, playable characters including Rachel and Hunk and enemies exclusive to this mode are added for the this latest version. Use your equipment – Analyze enemies and investigate areas with the Genesis scanner to reveal hidden items.

Customer reviews

74

A step in the right direction

MadDemon64 | March 10, 2015 | See all MadDemon64's reviews »

After the disappointment of Resident Evil 5 and 6, Resident Evil Revelations is a welcome entry, reminding people who play it why Resident Evil was good to begin with.

Resident Evil Revelations ditches the action oriented combat that the series adopted in previous titles and goes for a slower, more survival horror oriented combat. Ammo is limited, enemies are vulnerable to headshots, and so on. The story is standard Resident Evil fare, but this time there is a sense of isolation and claustrophobia similar to the original game. A new feature to the game is the ability to scan enemies and objects. The only real reward for doing this is getting herbs whenever you reach 100% with a scan, which can be good or bad depending on whether or not you are looking for a true survival horror feel similar to earlier Resident Evil titles, but it is completely optional.

Resident Evil Revelations is a breath of fresh air and shows that a good, or at least decent survival horror game can be made if developers are willing to actually make one.

85

A welcome return

Jaded_Alyx | Feb. 19, 2015 | See all Jaded_Alyx's reviews »

For many people, Resident Evil 5 just was scary enough. Others complained that it had too much action. Yet more said the game relied too much on co-op play, thereby negatively affecting the single player mode.

As if taking these concerns to heart, Capcom went and made Resident Evil: Revelations, touted as a return to 'survival horror'. They may not quite have succeeded on that goal, but this is a damn fine Resident Evil game. A single player campaign actually meant to be played solo, creepy settings, and just the right amount of ammo to have you worrying about conservation.

It's just all such a shame that so much good work was undone by Resident Evil 6...

88

A Different RE

mikenotcaptain | Feb. 17, 2015 | See all mikenotcaptain's reviews »

Resident Evil Revelations is the first RE that I have played since RE4. I played the original remake for the gamecube as well. In comparison to those this game falls a bit short...but not too short. This game is indeed fun. The gameplay is super fun and it has that creepy feel that RE is so well known for.

The storyline is solid but the dialogue in the game is as good as a low budget horror film. It takes a bit away from the game but you get used to it.

The enemies are definitely creepy but I prefer the human based zombies compared to undead fish and goop. The graphics are decent but could are sub par compared to other current games.I just started playing the Raid mode and it is super fun. It is almost more fun than the story mode.

This game has a lot going for it in terms of gameplay and setting. There are just some aspects to the game that make it less than what it could have been. I would still recommend this game to any RE fan.

90

A Throwback to the Classic

Takeida | Oct. 3, 2014 | See all Takeida's reviews »

I felt Resident Evil Redemption went back to the roots of a survival horror more so than any other. Ammo was scarce in some parts, and the enemies added enough of a creepy feel to keep you on your seat the whole time. A great purchase and if your a fan of the series, you'll love this as well.

89

Revelations = Redemption (of sorts)

emptyhaven | Sept. 29, 2014 | See all emptyhaven's reviews »

Honestly, I was losing faith in the Resident Evil franchise before this game came out. What began as a survival horror game that helped define the genre hid behind its guns and devolved into a survival action game. While this isn't necessarily a bad thing, it detracted from what Resident Evil was at its very core, and this is what drew fans away from the franchise.

After trying out Revelations, I was immediately pleased. The horror was well and there, in every tight corner and shut closet. Things pop out of everywhere, grab you, and just cause a general sense of panic—be it from the almost constant terror of creatures lurking in every corner, or from the scarcity of ammo and herbs making you extra conscious of yourself.

Scanning everything is enjoyable, but terribly hard, what with danger lurking in every corner. The need to survive was there, all right. This was Resident Evil back to its survival horror roots. I kind of wish it resembled the original series more (the static camera angles made for horrifying experiences), but perhaps this is more due to nostalgia than anything.

Overall, this game restored my faith in the franchise, at the very least. Based on the other reviews for this game, I'd say that I'm not alone in this conclusion. A great step back to what made this game good in the first place. I hope they keep it up.