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Resident Evil Revelations 2: Complete Season






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Resident Evil Revelations 2: Complete Season





The essential survival horror experience returns with the all-new Resident Evil Revelations 2. Terror follows you every step of the way as the startling truths hidden behind a veil of treachery and deceit are uncovered.

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Content Included:

  • Episodes 1, 2, 3 & 4

  • Extra Episodes 1 & 2

  • Raid Mode Character - HUNK

The beginning of the Resident Evil Revelations 2 tale sees fan favorite Claire Redfield make a dramatic return. Survivor of the Raccoon City incident depicted in previous Resident Evil games, Claire now works for the anti-bioterrorism organisation Terra Save. Moira Burton, is attending her welcome party for Terra Save when unknown armed forces storm the office. Claire and Moira are knocked unconscious and awaken later to find themselves in a dark and abandoned detention facility. Working together, they must find out who took them and to what sinister end. Will Claire and Moira make it out alive and discover what’s led to them being taken to this remote island? A story of twists and turns will have players guessing the next step at every turn.

Headed for the remote prison island in search of his missing daughter, Barry Burton meets brand new character Natalia Korda, a little girl who has a strange power that allows her to sense enemies and hidden items. Using this skill alongside Barry’s proven combat abilities, players will need to alternate between the two to survive the mysterious island and find Moira. With terrifying enemies waiting around every dark corner, Barry will need to use his ammo and weapon supply wisely, in classic survival horror style.

Evolving the episodic chapter set-up of the original Resident Evil Revelations, Resident Evil Revelations 2 will initially release as a weekly series of episodic downloads beginning on February 24, 2015. A digital download option of the Complete Season will also be available to ensure fans can get each episode as it rolls out, and a retail disc version will arrive on March 17, 2015 when the final episode releases. Each episode in Resident Evil Revelations 2 includes Raid mode content and two full playable scenarios focused on the previously announced Claire and Moira campaign and the newly confirmed Barry and Natalia storyline.

Key features:

  • Survival horror returns – A brand new tale in the Resident Evil Revelations saga comes to current and next generation gaming consoles in the form of weekly episodic downloads, a digital Complete Season and retail disc.

  • Experience the horror event of the season – Each weekly episode will feature hours of terrifying gameplay and dramatic cliffhangers to leave players eagerly anticipating the next twist in the gripping horror story.

  • Clare Redfield and Moira Burton star – Fan favorite Claire returns to the horrors that haunted her in the past alongside Moira Burton, daughter of Resident Evil legend Barry Burton.

  • Barry is back! – Fan favorite and classic S.T.A.R.S. member Barry Burton will be returning, as he searches for his missing daughter who is trapped on a remote prison island.

  • Evil is watching – Set in what appears to be an abandoned detention facility on a remote island, the horror awaits players around every dark corner. Will there be a way to escape?

  • New enemy types – The Rotten have bones that are visible through their bodies and stop at nothing to hunt down the living, and the horrific Revenant are formed from parts of human beings sewn together.

  • Assistive co-op play – Players will need to switch between the two characters (Claire/Moira, Barry/Natalia) to overcome the nightmares.

  • Robust Raid mode – In addition to the deep story mode, Raid mode returns with its addicting fast-action combat. The new and improved Raid mode features 15 characters and over 200 stages, with a ton of new content such as new stages from previously-released RE titles, a deeper progression mechanic, additional difficulty levels, new weapons and weapon parts, and 4x as many character skills as in Revs 1.

Please note:

  • Raid Mode online co-op functionality to be added at a later date.
  • The PC version does not support offline co-op play in the Campaign or Raid Mode.
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Wednesday, February 25, 2015
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Minimum Requirements
  • Minimum System Requirements
  • OS: Windows® 7 / Windows® 8
  • CPU: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo 2.66 GHz
  • AMD Athlon™ X2 2.8 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Hard Drive: 23 GB available space
  • Display: 800?600
  • Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800GTS
  • ATI Radeon HD 3850
  • Sound Card: DirectSound Support (DirectX® 9.0c)
  • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
  • Input Device: Mouse / Keyboard (Recommended: Xbox 360® Controller for Windows®)
  • Broadband internet connection required to access Steam.
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows® 7 / Windows® 8
  • CPU: Intel® Core™ 2 Quad 2.7 GHz
  • AMD Phenom™ II X4 3.0 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Hard Drive: 23 GB available space
  • Display: 1280×720
  • Video Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 560
  • ATI Radeon HD 6950
  • Sound Card: DirectSound Support (DirectX® 9.0c)
  • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
  • Input Device: Mouse / Keyboard (Recommended: Xbox 360® Controller for Windows®)
  • Broadband internet connection required to access Steam.

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Reviews for Resident Evil Revelations 2: Complete Season

Great entry in the franchise, and a great mix of old and new

Great game! This might be my favorite of the RE games. Fun coop (plug in a second controller and press start when you're given control of the characters) where the characters aren't clones of each other but have specific skills and abilities. Two playable characters control as usual, with guns and different kinds of (craftable) grenades at their disposal. One other character (Moira) can't use guns but can stun enemies with her flashlight and beat them up with her crowbar. Another can't use guns but can see enemies through walls and tell her partner the location of enemy weakpoints. It all works well both in single player and coop, but I highly recommend playing it in coop if you have a friend available. The gameplay is kind of a mix between old and new . Like in the new games, you have full control of your character while aiming (but you can't do the crazy moves from RE6), but the enemies will make up for this by being crazy fast and unpredictable. And there's not even a single enemy armed with guns, thankfully. The story won't win any rewards but is corny fun with some great lines and some genuinely creepy moments. Keep in mind that the game has TWO endings so don't be discouraged if you get the bad one the first time through. The campaign is designed for multiple playthroughs, with collectibles, rankings, and three separate game modes. The four episodes took me around 10-12 hours to beat first time through, but there's also two bonus episodes that should add another 1.30 hours or so. I immediately started another playthrough and had just as fun. If you're into some more mindless shooting and grinding, there's also the Raid mode which pits you against monsters in a variety of maps. Not something I will play for a very long time but it's there and could keep you preoccupied indefinitely if you're really into it. I'm at level 50 with Claire and will probably stop playing when I've beaten all the stages on normal. All together I've put over 40 hours into the game and I'm still having fun! This is the first RE game I've played for that long. Negative points: The game is NOT pretty and is a major step down after RE6 graphic-wise. When playing coop one character can be revived if struck down, but the other will die instantly resulting in a coop. The story is pretty confusing if you're not up-to-date on RE lore. Raid mode gets old pretty quickly. None of these caveats should turn you away, though, especially since the price is so low! Definitely recommended for Resident Evil fans, but there's also something for newcomers to enjoy, so go buy it!

Bad Control

I mostly don't write reviews but on this I had too the game it self might be good but on the PC the controls are very bad I've tried different game pads and the keyboard mouse combo and neither are any good you can't move your person around very falunitly it's hard to get them to move where you want and in the mean time your getting killed and I'm playing on easy at times you have to aim and shoot well forget that it takes forever to get the cross hairs lined up,I could go on but you get the picture and BTW I'm running a very high end computer and none of my other games like this are having issues.Seems like a good game ok graphics good story just bad controls If any one has an ideas to get this to work better I'm willing to try. This is why I'm giving it a low rating

Good gameplay/story letdown by graphics

Okay, first the good stuff, its got a nice premise of being transported to an island where there's all sorts of weird stuff going on. Switching back/forth between a combat heavy person and a fragile one allows for some different game mechanics where some can do certain things that the other person can't and you have to monitor both of them at the same time when things get dangerous. It takes some mechanics from RE4 including the 'wait here/follow me' commands. Now for the bad stuff, brace yourself because this is by far the worst looking Resident Evil game since Code Veronica and its poorly optimised for PC. Problem 1, the dreaded mouse cursor stuck during cutscenes even though I'm clearly using a controller. Problem 2, the opening screen splashes a lot of Japanese text that probably shouldn't be there. Problem 3, there's messages saying "do not turn off the console" indicating a lazy port. The framerate is also beyond a joke no matter what settings you use, if you look at the water, it stutters, if you zoom in with your torch, it stutters even with a mid decent PC. Hopefully patches will fix this because I'm getting headaches! Overall, its a good game that's held back by production values and a poorly done PC port. If you can, get it on PS4/XBOne (XBOne has the best version)

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