Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Episode 2: Contemplation for PlayStation 4

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Episode 2: Contemplation

Mar 3, 2015

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About this game

Developer: Capcom
Content Rating: Mature


Having escaped the detention facility, Claire and Moira join up with other Terra Save members, only to learn they are infected with a deadly virus. Can the group overcome desperation and fear to escape the island alive?

Meanwhile, half a year later, Barry must rely on Natalia's memory to track down his missing daughter, and hope beyond hope that he is not too late.

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10 Reviews
Robert ZakMar 11, 2015
Episode 2 introduces some strong action set-pieces and creates more visual variety between the two story paths, fixing some of the first episode’s issues. ...The game needs to up the ante if it’s to avoid turning me into a monster-killing zombie, soullessly blasting my way to the conclusion on my completionist instincts alone. With its cornucopia of shiny medals, unlockables and bonus content, Revelations 2 is thus far appealing more to these instincts than it is to my more meaningful desire for good storytelling.
Paulmichael ContrerasMar 06, 2015
The same graphical prowess, or rather lack thereof, is still here. You wouldn’t expect a new episode to bring with it a graphics update. Cut-scenes feel woefully last-generation, maybe even slightly worse than that. There’s not much gore to speak of, despite this being a horror game. The setting and ambiance are still very well-crafted, and the story moves along at a respectable pace.
Angelo M. D'ArgenioMar 04, 2015
In the end, Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode 2 is another “of course” purchase. If you liked Episode 1, picking this episode up will be a no brainer, and frankly the game is only getting better. If you didn’t, Episode 2 isn’t going to turn heads and convert naysayers. It’s just more of the same with a welcome tweak to difficulty, and honestly, that’ s exactly what I wanted.