Resident Evil: Revelations 2
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Content Rating: Mature
Claire Redfield is one of the few people known to have survived the destruction of Raccoon City in 1998. It was her first time to witness the effects bioweapons can have on people. Following the incident she joined a non-government organization dedicated to helping victims of biological and chemical weapons. The organization is known as Terra Save. In 2011 the headquarters of the NGO is attacked by unknown assailants. Claire and her co-workers, including its latest member Moira Burton, are kidnapped and taken to a deserted island. Claire and Moira wake up in prison cells on this island. Before they can even figure out where they are or what's going on, they see one of their co-workers ripped to shreds by some kind of monster. Will they be able to escape from the horrors that surround them, or will they meet their end on this island of horrors?
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Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Complete Season
Mar 20, 2015
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It is pretty amazing that Resident Evil: Revelations 2 even exists on PlayStation Vita. It translates the core game over to Sony’s portable system without any major gameplay issues. That said, it is a downgrade in every possible way. The atmosphere is diminished by poor graphics, controls are slightly clunkier, and it just makes the experience less special. It is impossible to recommend unless this is your only way to play Revelations 2, or you just really want to play Raid mode on the go.
With a decent story and a lot of replay value this title could last you a while and is available at a sensible price, but it's not without its issues and will take up a huge chunk of your memory card. However, it is worth playing and if you enjoy and want more games like these on the Vita then you should consider supporting it.
Overall, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is solid from a gameplay perspective, as it packs everything from the console release into one portable package. However, its treatment on PS Vita is pretty disappointing, and the dodgy frame rate, washed out visuals and poor touchscreen controls mean this isn’t really worth picking up unless you don’t have any other means of playing the game. Stick to the PS3/PS4 version.