RESIDENT EVIL REVELATIONS
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About this game
Themes: ActionAdventureHorrorSurvivalZombieCoopMultiplayerOnline Co-opSingle-playerThird-Person Shooter
Content Rating: Mature
Experience the survival horror sensation on PlayStationⓇ4 in full HD 1080p with all previous DLC included and new features. The story is set at a time before the Kijuju and Lanshiang bioterror incidents when the BSAA was still a young organization. Join Jill Valentine aboard a ghost ship in the Mediterranean Sea searching for her old partner, Chris Redfield. Learn the hidden truth behind the destruction of a floating city. Or play in Raid Mode for a co-op killing-spree with friends over the Internet.
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Resident Evil Revelations is a fun and captivating game that now offers its best graphics and more content than ever. However, its modest origins as a 3DS game imposes certain gameplay limitations that puts it below everything that has come afterwards, relegating it to a filler status among the catalogue of Resident Evil titles available on current platforms.
As repetitive as it is to keep saying for remasters, this is the definitive version and best way to play Resident Evil Revelations. I’d even say it’s worth double-dipping if you’ve played it on 3DS because of its frame rate boost and better controls. Last-gen owners needn’t cough up the cash here but on the other hand, the $20 asking price isn’t exactly breaking the bank.
My hang-ups with the aiming aside, the PlayStation 4 version of Resident Evil Revelations is the best version of the survival horror outing. The problem is that it’s 2017. It’s been over five years since Revelations (or I guess it was technically “Revelaitons” then) released on Nintendo 3DS, and what was once a technical marvel is an outdated-looking title on current consoles. Capcom has done a nice job cleaning it up, but it’s still ultimately a handheld title that was designed to be viewed on a 240p screen.