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It may be true that Resident Evil: Revelations came out on the 3DS more than a year ago, but this version has a little more going for it.
In the main mode, the story mode, you go through 12 chapters, going from point A to point B, blasting all sorts of terrifying creatures with all sorts of weaponry (you start of with a handgun, but can easily got a shotgun, rifles, grenades, and even use a rocket launcher or mini gun.)
It will take most players about 6 to 8 hours to get through the main mode (which is a standard amount of time for the genre). It is just like it is in the 3DS version.
But this version also has a Co-Op Mode where you go online and play with a second player. Here, you go through sections of the Story Mode as any of the characters in the game. You get vastly larger options for weapons, armor, and supplies than you do in Story Mode.
The graphics are good for the genre as are the controls. I had a lot of fun making my way through the Story Mode as well as the Co-Op mode; this game delivers on the basic promises of a horror shooter.
But there’s nothing revolutionary about the game. Some of the levels are really short treks from point A to point B, and some other parts are tough because you can get lost.
Still, Resident Evil: Revelations is a solid shooter that is a definite rent, and a possible buy for fans of the RE franchise.
gamers (23%) found this review helpful
yo decidi rentar este juego aqui en gf porque pense que era genial como sus entregas anteriores,pero me equivoque rotundamente.este juego es terrible,a los graficos les falto trabajo ya que estan muy animados y ni siquiera lo salva,el control la musicay la trama estan mas o menos,de verdad este juego me decepciono no me gusta,yo esperaba mas del primer resident evil para wii u