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The best Resident Evil game of last year wasn't Resident Evil 6. It was actually the handheld game Resident Evil: Revelations for 3DS. Soon console players will be able to play the game themselves. Don't worry if you're not sold on the game based on our review, you'll be able to try it out for free.
The upcoming demo will let players infiltrating the cruise ship Queen Zenobia as Jill Valentine searches for missing BSAA members Chris Redfield and Jessica
Sherawat. Capcom hasn't revealed an exact release for the demo yet, but it will be available via Xbox LIVE, PSN, Nintendo eShop, and Steam.
Check out the first in a series of Resident Evil: Revelations developer diaries where the designers discuss the heritage of the series
and how they looked back at previous games for inspiration while working on Revelations.
Revelations releases on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and PC on May 21.
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Sweet! Looking forward to picking this up on my Wii U so I can play on the big screen and the little one...
that enemy looks like kabutops
I was waiting for Takamatsu-San to crawl out of my laptop screen.
the demo be developer next month i hope try new way to kill zombies around resident evil campaign line story
RE Revelation is a survivor horror masterpiece which go back to its roots.Too bad RE6 and RE:ORC wasn't as good as this game. Reminds me when RE4 was only for Gamecube, Capcom realize how great it was and sold millions and won GOTY so they decided to go multiplatinum, well same here. It went from 3DS to multi systems. Can't wait to get it again. Maybe RE7 will go back to its roots or maybe not. Then there's Shinji Mikami's The Evil Within in which I'm very excited for.