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Resident Evil Revelations 2 Deluxe Edition

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Resident Evil Revelations 2 Deluxe Edition

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Resident Evil Revelations 2 is a survival-horror thriller featuring the interwoven stories of Claire Redfield and Barry Burton across 4 playable episodes.

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Resident Evil Revelations 2 is a survival-horror thriller featuring the interwoven stories of Claire Redfield and Barry Burton across 4 playable episodes. The series favorite Raid Mode also returns in a big way, offering countless hours of gameplay. This deluxe bundle includes the complete story, extra episodes, extra costumes, additional Raid Mode characters, throwback maps and additional storage slots.

 

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Publisher:
Sony Interactive Entertainment
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Sony Interactive Entertainment
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Sony Interactive Entertainment
Released:
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
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Singleplayer, Coop
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1-2 players
DUALSHOCK®4
Remote Play
1080p HD Video Output
Online Play (Optional)

Additional hardware required for Remote Play.

 

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The return of Barry

Resident Evil Revelations 2 gives a slightly slower and more atmospheric game than Resident Evil 6 gave us but the setting and enemies don't really feel interesting or like anything new. The different chapters have you playing as Claire and Moira, Barry's daughter, or Barry and a little girl that he meets. Unlike the previous Revelation title, this one adds co-op and has you followed by another character, unlike RE5 and RE6 you can switch between characters and only one of the two in each group is really meant for combat. While I think it is missing some of the atmosphere, entertaining B movie writing style of RE4 and the older ones, and a interesting new setting and enemies the game is still enjoyable and much better made than the recent RE 6. If you have a friend to play with it should be even more enjoyable. The Raid mode fell short of the previous fun mercenaries mode as it lacks the more hard hitting attacks, it feels like a grind with oddly made microtransaction style gameplay, and enemies getting higher levels rather than just being fun to fight like in previous games. The Deluxe Edition also includes some bonus chapters where you see another part of the story as Moira and another with the girl Barry is with, these are good editions although the one with the young girl is more of a departure from how the rest of the game plays.

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