This week, 2012's Resident Evil: Revelations and its 2015 sequel come to the Nintendo Switch. Both remasters are largely similar their console counterparts, with one big difference: Motion controls.
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Even though I wasn't impressed with the pilot for Resident Evil: Revelations 2, there was no question I'd be hanging on for the whole ride. While I'm not convinced the story is going anywhere interesting, I'll give them credit in the second episode: it's a huge improvement.
The first episode of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 wasn't very good. Maybe it will get better, maybe not. What I didn't expect, however, was to be spending so many hours with the game's RPG-influenced Raid Mode.
Many stories have been told in the Resident Evil universe since the t-virus, Umbrella Corporation, and Raccoon City debuted in 1996. More than 20, actually. The Resident Evil lore hole is deep, maddening, and seemingly endless. The episodic Resident Evil: Revelations 2 starts tomorrow, and no one would blame you being confused! Let's try and clear things up.
Video: Here's the new trailer for Resident Evil Revelations 2, which confirms the return of Barry Burton as a playable character. Makes sense, considering his daughter is also a playable character. RERe2's four episodes will release weekly, starting on February 17/18 and ending on March 10/11, at a price of $US6 per episode.
For years now, the main Resident Evil games have been getting bigger and bigger. They're still scary, sure, but they're less traditional survival horror and more action game. That's where Revelations comes in.
I've been a fan of Resident Evil since I was first attacked by a pack of dogs jumping through a hallway window in my middle school years. And like many long-time fans, I prefer the survival horror Resident Evils to the action horror ones. From what I saw at TGS today, Resident Evil Revelations 2 is right up my alley.
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 was confirmed on September 1 at Sony's pre-TGS press conference. From what can be seen in the teaser, it's about a little girl running through a crowd of green wristband-wearing party-goers into a crowd of red wristband-wearing zombies. But there's a lot more hidden in plain view.
Today, at Sony's fall conference, the company confirmed that a sequel to Resident Evil: Revelations is on the way. Resident Evil producer Masachika Kawata noted at the conference that the game will take place in a different time period compared to the original RE: Revelations, which translates to a new setting and new characters.