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E3 2011: Resident Evil: Revelations - Gameplay Video #3
Feb 29, 2012While survival-horror definitely isn't my best genre, Resident Evil: Revelations is easily one of the best 3DS games I've played to date. Just about any frustrations I've come across is due to my own lack of skill and experience with the franchise as a whole. If you're a Resident Evil fan with a 3DS, this is definitely one to pick up.
Feb 1, 2012Granted, there are few portable Resident Evil games to choose from, but Revelations is by far the best, and it's perhaps even better than some of the console entries. Capcom stumbled, but still managed to offer a thoroughly enjoyable romp filled with intense monster blasting fun, along with dump trucks full of gore and some unexpected plot twists along the way. A must for all 3DS owners.
Feb 20, 2012While some kinks still need to be ironed out, like the off-balanced narrative and some weak moments in the campaign, the game remains one of the best experiences you can find on the system, and rises as the most impressive technical achievement we've seen on Nintendo's 3D handheld so far.
Jan 26, 2012Resident Evil Revelations mixes action with adventure, partially returning to the origins of the series. It is a must-have for console owners, and one of the pinnacles of visual quality we've seen so far in the Nintendo 3DS. It also has a very good story which will please fans of the saga eager to know more about Umbrella, zombies, an the STARS team.
Jan 2, 2012Handheld editions of big console titles often feel like straight to video sequels – looking the part but lacking the polish – and Revelations is no different. It nails the atmosphere in its hybrid design, but those crucial sparks of brilliance that make the series so great, no matter which of its eras you prefer… they're as rare as a single use rocket launcher.
Feb 10, 2012Excellent game. Great job made by Capcom. The best graphics on 3DS, great story and beautiful soundtrack. A must have sure!. A game thatExcellent game. Great job made by Capcom. The best graphics on 3DS, great story and beautiful soundtrack. A must have sure!. A game that recovers things that RE 5 minimized... You will love this game, ;)… Expand
Feb 20, 2012This game has everything you could hope for. A reasonably long campaign, a New Game+ option and an additional difficulty once you beat it, aThis game has everything you could hope for. A reasonably long campaign, a New Game+ option and an additional difficulty once you beat it, a separate raid mode that allows coop play both locally and online, a reasonably good story, suspense, dark and scary (well, depends on you) corridors, lots of discoverables, a variety of weapon upgrades, good boss fights, really good controls (even without the extra circle pad), and some of the best graphics available in any 3DS game. Maybe the first must-have 3DS title that wasn't made by Nintendo itself.… Expand
Mar 5, 2012RER have a perfect balace between action and terror. A graphical impressive and very well set paragraph. It manages brilliantly with theRER have a perfect balace between action and terror. A graphical impressive and very well set paragraph. It manages brilliantly with the second jostick and your mode online is equal of well that your mode in solitary. I want another RE in 3DS already!… Expand
May 30, 2013Well this is a great game. Its scary, its got an interesting, lengthy story, multitudes of playable characters, all kinds of guns, and theWell this is a great game. Its scary, its got an interesting, lengthy story, multitudes of playable characters, all kinds of guns, and the slightly different but huge loads of fun raid mode, which can be played online!! Lemme start over. This game takes place on a cruise ship, if you've ever been on a cruise you know how many different environments can be in there. Most of them terrifying with zombies. The controls are pretty well setup, but if you want the real FPS experience, go get the circle pad pro. Pairs up with this game beautifully well. The story is long and took me a while to beat while never boring me. The gun and character selection is great, in raid mode and campaign mode. And my favorite part? The replay value on this game is through the roof. Besides raid mode, which is big, they also have trophies and such to keep you invested in the campain mode also. I believe this is one of the best games i own for my 3ds and will never stop playing it.… Expand
Oct 24, 2012Revelations is not the best Resident Evil game ever created, but it's without a doubt the best the series has seen in a very long time. AndRevelations is not the best Resident Evil game ever created, but it's without a doubt the best the series has seen in a very long time. And not just because it's scary. The level design is almost consistently tight, the controls work perfectly, and the amount of resource management required is that of legend in Hell difficulty. This game seamlessly merges the traditional survival-horror roots with the action side the series has seen ever since 4, and the result is a much deeper and intense Resident Evil experience as a whole. The dialogue and plot are ultra cheesy as usual, and this does drag the game down, but at least it's nothing like Wesker's "becoming a god" bull**** in RE5. This game is a must-own for any 3DS owner, and it's the perfect reason for any hardcore fan of the series to purchase a 3DS immediately. Simply phenomenal.… Expand
Nov 25, 2017Review/Reseña (English/Español)
Score/Nota: 7.5/10 The RE franchise has always been to my liking and that is why I gave an opportunityReview/Reseña (English/Español)
The RE franchise has always been to my liking and that is why I gave an opportunity to this new delivery. Visually it is incredible, probably the most powerful games in the 3DS catalog, quite fluid except for a couple of exceptions. Another success of Capcom is to continue betting on the third person perspective since it gives more dynamism to the game as such, added to the impeccable art of the environment and the excellent sound arrangements that create the ideal atmosphere for this type of genre. On the other hand, the story goes from more to less, which is a shame since there were no times before where Jill Valentine was the protagonist, and that is that the story is getting longer and more unnecessarily, creating ridiculous plot-holes; added to this, the extra content of the game, like the different modes, are very uninteresting, which takes away the game's re-playability, eliminating the only truly interesting mode that was Mercenary Mode. In turn, and as it happens with several games of the 3DS that require a strong interaction with the control, shortly after playing, it will be incredibly uncomfortable.
Although the story and the extra content of the game are very poor, at a playable level it is quite good, and at least here it tries to recover the essence of terror that the game had lost in its previous deliveries, we will see how Capcom continues in its future projects. 7.5/10
La saga RE siempre ha sido de mi agrado y es por ello que di una oportunidad a esta nueva entrega. Visualmente es increíble, probablemente de los juegos que más potentes del catálogo de la 3DS, bastante fluido salvo un par de excepciones. Otro acierto de Capcom es seguir apostando por la perspectiva en tercera persona ya que da más dinamismo al juego como tal, sumado al impecable arte del entorno y los excelentes arreglos sonoros que crean la atmosfera ideal para este tipo de género. Por otro lado, la historia va de más a menos, lo cual es una pena puesto que ya tiempos no había un RE donde Jill Valentine fuera la protagonista, y es que la historia se está alargando cada vez mas de manera innecesaria, creando ridículos agujeros argumentales; sumado a esto, el contenido extra del juego, como los diferentes modos, son muy poco interesantes, lo cual le quita re-jugabilidad al juego, eliminando el único modo verdaderamente interesante que era el Modo Mercenario. A su vez, y como pasa con varios juegos del 3DS que requieren una fuerte interacción con el control, al poco tiempo de jugar, será increíblemente incómodo.
Aunque la historia y el contenido extra del juego sean paupérrimos, a nivel jugable está bastante bien, y al menos aquí se intenta recuperar la esencia de terror que el juego había perdido en sus entregas anteriores, veremos cómo sigue Capcom en sus futuros proyectos. 7.5/10… Expand
May 29, 2013Not quite what I thought it would be
This is a title many people including myself have been waiting for for a long time. It promises anNot quite what I thought it would be
This is a title many people including myself have been waiting for for a long time. It promises an almost console like experience and to some extent it does deliver that, although it has it's flaws.
Graphically decent, probably the 2nd best looking 3ds game so far (second to Mario Kart 7 which looks phenomenal)
Sound design is awesome, play this wearing a decent pair of headphones to get the most of out the sound. The 3ds speakers don't do it justice.
The luxury cruise ship Queen Zenobia is a decent setting although has been done before in Resident Evil Gaiden.
Unlockables and costumes to collect.
Almost returns to the franchises routes with some scares and backtracking to return to newly accessible areas.
Weapon upgrade system works well and is fun to experiment with.
Good pacing, not always solving puzzles or shooting monsters.
Play as the old favourite reoccurring characters.
Raid mode is decent alone.
You can move while shooting now. You may like or dislike this.
Good length. Took me about 10 hours to finish the campaign.
Many medals to unlock (sort of like achievements/trophies)
The game teases you as you get a bit of old school corridor exploration like in the earlier games but in the style at Resident Evil 4-5. This would be a good thing but on too many occasions the game resorts to throwing waves of enemies at you and almost becomes a bad third person shooter.
The story is laughably bad. Terragrigia? Veltro? Why is Capcom introducing more needless rubbish to an already convoluted franchise?
The new characters are pointless, annoying and add nothing to the franchise. Why not give us a game with Billy or Barry? Nobody wants "Jackass", "Grinder" and "Jessica"
The dialogue is cringeworthy even by Japanese standards. It's so bad it rivals the first games except it's not in any way amusing.
Every time a bit of tension builds the game takes you away from the action and forces you to play a lame third person shooter. By the second episode you will have mowed down more Hunters than in every other Resident Evil game combined. It's not fun and it adds nothing.
Limited ammo and herb carrying capability. You can carry 40 bullets and 5 herbs at first until later where you can find bags to hold more. You have to leave most ammo behind which is annoying.
They removed the item management system, all you have to do is select your weapon loadouts at weapon chests. This may actually be a good thing depending on your preference.
The bosses and enemies are really generic and actually make you laugh more than they scare you. The first and second bosses in particular are just stupid.
The Genesis. You can scan enemies with this which basically fills a bar. Once the bar is filled you get a green herb, which you won't need more than likely. Also you can use the genesis to scan rooms for hidden items. Doesn't add anything and just slows the game down.
Haven't been to able to connect to a multiplayer Raid game.
Horrendous lag when a new area is loading. Instead of getting a "now loading" screen the game carries on but the frame rate drops to 2fps and the game stutters like crazy totally removing the point of having invisible loading screens (to avoid breaking immersion).
While the sound is good when there is many explosions and gunfire the 3DS speakers distort like crazy. I use headphones most of the time but if you allow the speakers to distort like that they WILL break.
Load times are ridiculous for a cartridge based game. I know the game is probably heavily compressed to fit on the cart but it's still pretty poor.
Ridiculous circle pad pro add on I refuse to buy makes the game control better apparently. The controls are pretty stiff without but manageable.
I'm a total Resident Evil fan having completed the previous games many times, Resident Evil 2 and 4 I have probably finished 20-30 times each. I can honestly say this one will never be replayed and I was kind of glad it finished when it did. However it's still a decent game on a system without too many must have titles and I would recommend it at a lower price.… Expand