Here's the new trailer for Resident Evil Revelations 2, which confirms the return of Barry Burton as a playable character. Makes sense, considering his daughter is also a playable character. RERe2's four episodes will release weekly, starting on February 17/18 and ending on March 10/11, at a price of $6 per episode.
I've been a fan of Resident Evil since I was first attacked by a pack of dogs jumping through a hallway window in my middle school years. And like many long-time fans, I prefer the survival horror Resident Evils to the action horror ones. From what I saw at TGS today, Resident Evil Revelations 2 is right up my alley.
Capcom has announced that Resident Evil Revelations 2 will come in the form of four weekly episodes, debuting early next year.
Today, at Sony's fall conference, the company confirmed that a sequel to Resident Evil: Revelations is on the way.
Filling a swimming pool with fake blood and body parts to promote a video game never seemed to me like a particularly tasteful idea in the first place. It's even less so after a grisly machete killing, described as an act of terrorism, roiled anger throughout London this week.
First a human meat market, now this. MCV reports that Capcom has opened a swimming pool near the Olympic Stadium in London. The catch? It's filled with blood, and has various body parts floating in it. This is to celebrate the HD re-release of Resident Evil Revelations, coming to Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and PC on May 21.
I really liked the 3DS game Resident Evil: Revelations. So did Stephen. So it was cool to hear that it'd be coming to consoles and PC so that people could play the game—which really does feel like a "proper" console Resident Evil game—on their TVs.
After 16 years and nine full entries in the saga, Resident Evil may be at the point where it needs more than a fresh coat of paint. The series' producer hinted to Eurogamer that it may be due for "a slight reboot," to try to make it compelling again after Resident Evil 6 sank under poor reviews and disappointing sales.
On one hand, this is the first trailer for Resident Evil: Revelations on consoles and PC. That lets you see the game (which released on the 3DS a year ago) as you've never seen it before.
3DS game Resident Evil: Revelations is being remade in HD, and will be coming to just about every platform under the sun in May. That means the PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U. Curiously, the Vita is absent from the list, even though it could easily handle it. So, uh, why?
Capcom's 3DS game, Resident Evil Revelations (not to be confused with Revelaitons) is getting a console port, Capcom announced today.
The Korean Rating Board apparently approved 3DS title Resident Evil: Revelations for PS3/Xbox 360. [Thanks Catmario!]
Anyone who follows video games knows that action games are big — very big. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 shattered sales records far and wide in its first 24 hours on store shelves and raked in a billion dollars in well under three weeks. The American video game market loves shooting things, and we love doing it in a…
Gaming magazine Game Informer put up an interview with Capcom Senior Vice President of strategic planning and business development Christian Svensson on its website yesterday that's well worth reading.
It sure has been a week for twin-thumbstick portable gaming. In addition to the PlayStation Vita (which has two thumbsticks built in), I've been playing around with the "Circle Pad Pro" attachment for the Nintendo 3DS.
Resident Evil: Revelations for the 3DS hits store shelves today. Our review found much to love in the eerie 3D game.
While it might not be quite as terrifying as the Circle Pad Pro add-on it helped inspire for the Nintendo 3DS, Resident Evil: Revelations seems to have scared some impressive numbers out of the assembled game reviewers.
What a breath of fresh air! No fancy pre-rendered trailers, no gruff American man giving a gruff American voice-over. Just a couple of French ladies selling a zombie video game using yoghurt and a cruise liner.