Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Episode 2: Contemplation for Xbox One
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Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Episode 2: Contemplation

Mar 4, 2015

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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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Chris CarterMar 03, 2015
If you enjoyed the first episode, it's safe to say you'll get your money's worth in the second. So long as you can deal with some backtracking, Resident Evil: Revelations 2: Episode 2 has enough action to keep you interested throughout, in addition to a few unique concepts. But really, it's Raid Mode that keeps me coming back for more on a daily basis. The episodic presentation is odd, but at this part it's starting to feel like a complete game.
Jim SterlingMar 04, 2015
Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode Two is a step up for Capcom’s drip-fed horror experiment, but it’s struggling to validate its existence, and I can’t help thinking that the decision to split things up has only harmed the game overall. Rather than feel like an episodic release, Revelations 2 currently feels like a full game that keeps getting rudely interrupted, and it’s hard to maintain a sense of investment this way.
Anthony BacchusMar 11, 2015
Episode Two: Contemplation is hands down, a better, stronger, and more satisfying entry than the Revelations 2 premiere episode was. Visually, it still looks like an upscaled Xbox 360 game, and many of the environments — save for the last area — don’t really convey the uneasiness one generally feels when playing a Resident Evil game. On the plus side, the co-op play is improved, and the action is way more intense.