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.
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.
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This game is a great hybridization of the older style Resident Evils with the newer style Resident Evils. It features melee combat similar to Resident Evil 4 (prompts when an enemy is stunned) and decent gun-play. Sound: The guns sound similar to other Resident Evil titles, nothing spectacular. The enemy sound effects are pretty good with the exception of the sounds the enemies make upon death. Music: The music in this title is very atmospheric and great. Not necessarily memorable but they fit the title. Graphics: This game could look A LOT better. This title has a great style but the lack of definition and detail makes it feel lack-luster. Enemies tend to be very similar goo looking abominations. Despite that, the style is very generous to the title and makes up for it. Game-play: The game-play takes a lot of the older elements of Resident Evil such as tank controls and brings in some of the newer ones like crates, the melee system, weapon upgrading, etc. There's a decent variety of enemies to encounter as well as bosses. There's a raid mode for online co-op (they're brief sections of the game where you encounter enemies with affixes and they're short, sweet, and action filled). The campaign isn't too horror based, but it was a step in the right direction. A lot of what pulls that out is the atmosphere being well-lit mixed with the enemies just being goo abominations. The campaign is single player and the major features I had to take points off for were the scanner you receive (for scanning hand-prints, enemies, etc), and the flashbacks/jumps. This game constantly jumps to different characters, environs, and periods of time. It gives flash-backs ala "previously on x" to fill you in but it gets rather tiresome because it's not a coherent experience. That's the major flaw of this game; the constant flip-flopping and jumping around pulls you out of the experience. The revelation titles are separate stories/experiences than the main-line titles and they only have references to the main-line games. They do fill in some of the gaps here and there with dialogue but for the most part do not expect to learn much about the story outside of what's relevant to these titles. Chris and Jill are the main protagonists with some new characters like Raymond, Jessica, Parker, Kirk, etc. I recommend the title though because it's enjoyable.
The Resident Evil I've been waiting for a long time. This kind of spin off episode from the original series is a port of a Nintendo 3DS game, and is the best intersection possible between the classic Resident Evil games and the action packed third person point of view games that Capcom is developing since Resident Evil 4. Ok, the game has more to do with new Resident Evil games than with the classic ones, but it has lots of elements of a survival horror game. After playing Resident Evil 5 or 6 you'll understand what I'm talking to. Resident Evil shares the same point of view from the new games, but it is played in a different way. To start with, almost the whole game happens in a great ship with lots of rooms and different floors. Exploration comes back in a franchise that totally forgot about "getting the right key to the right door by solving a puzzle". You'll have to check the map again and revive some old feelings you didn't have since old Resident Evil games. Don't get me wrong, it is hard to say that Revelation is just a horror game since it has more action than horror in the mixture, but I didn't expect its structure. What's more, the game is divided into different chapters as if we were watching a TV series and it works to catch your attention even though storyline could be better. A different Resident Evil game you need to play if you miss the old ones.
This game has been outstanding and a nice mix between old and new. The monsters are atrocious, story is good and the voice acting is pretty funny. I think the puzzles (or items to solve) are challenging enough but easy enough as well. Definitely recommended
Resident Evil 5 was fun but a sign of stagnation. Resident Evil 6 was a broken mess that attempted, and failed, to appeal to the bro-fist crowd that had already moved on from the Gears of War (which I like to be clear) clones and moved on to anything like COD (which would have been an almost hilarious departure). Revelations goes back to the more classic gameplay, and most importantly, the story-telling. The series started as cheese, entertaining, but cheese. It quickly evolved into a complex and interesting narrative. This game brings that back in full force. I haven't played its sequel series, but this game has a great story, interesting characters and solid gameplay. It's a return to form and gives me some hope for the main series.
With Resident Evil Revelations, the famous franchise returns to Survival Horror territory. The story is simple. The BSAA has lost contact with Chris Redfield and his partner Jessica Sherawat but their beacon indicates that their actual location is in the middle of the ocean. It’s soon clear that both agents are captive aboard the Queen Zenobia, a huge commercial ship which disappeared a few days ago. Jill Valentine and Parker Luciano are sent there to investigate and rescue their comrade. Revelations is a synthesis of what was good in the old Resident Evil games and in the new ones. The controls are inspired by Resident Evil 5 but improved. This makes the game easy to pick up while it still feels like Resident Evil. The structure of the game is similar to the one used in the old games. While you have a clear objective indicated on your map, you’re still free to explore the ship as long as you have the key necessary to open each door. Exploration is the key to survival here, for this is your best opportunity to scavenge ammunitions and green herbs. During some chapters, you are to control other pairs of characters for more action oriented sequences that offer a good change of pace. The bestiary offers a good variety of enemies too. The story is also a huge improvement from Resident Evil 4 and 5, thanks to manga writer Dai Sato’s efforts. The games looks superb for a Nintendo 3DS port and the soundtrack is my favorite in the franchise. Resident Evil is back from the Dead.
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