The lights are on
If you gotten hold of issue #225 of Game Informer, you already know from my preview that I'm ecstatic about Resident Evil: Revelations. The 3DS' tiny cartridge is stacking up to deliver big thrills and tense survival horror for fans of the franchise. After six hours with the game, I needed to talk all about it with another huge RE fan at the Game Informer offices, Bryan Vore.
Check out the video below to see how the game captures the old sense of survival lost in the recent games, how it stacks up to the console versions, and brush up on the game's story. Resident Evil fans should keep their eyes on this one leading up to its February 7 release date.
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Wow... I now want a 3DS. Thanks, you guys!
Hands down, one of the most gorgeous handheld games I've seen.
And the gameplay? Are you SURE this is 3DS, because that was butter smooth.
Looks like I'm getting a 3DS after I buy a 360...
This needs to be on Vita, it will be so much better on the Vita
nice, it will be awesome to have a vita version or maybe a ps3 dlc.
It seems alright,but I really want a console Resident Evil because I'm not really into portable gaming.
Actually everything I'm hearing says the game is supposed to be in 2005, before RE 5 takes place. It sounds like something awesome, but I'll probably be too cash-strapped to buy any new games, let alone a 3DS to play this one.
that characters boobs were way huge. just who i'd hire to be on a squad for this type of job.
I thought this(seemingly convoluted)story took place before RE5. At the very least there are flashbacks or something, I thought I heard that somewhere. This certainly is a reason to own a 3DS, though knowing Capcom it will end up on every system under the sun. Though they will be missing the 3D and/or the touchscreen mechanics.
I heard that this game comes bundled with the Circle Pad Pro. If true, that would make that $50.00 dollar price tag less of a bitter pill to swallow. Though with Tim saying that the single analog didn't hold him back at all I wonder how necessary it will be.
With all the games finally coming out for this I may finally pick up the 3DS sometime next year.