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Submitted by Seedhouse 566d ago | news

Official Nintendo Magazine tease revealed as Resident Evil Revelations

Nintendo Insider writes:

Last month’s tease from Official Nintendo Magazine saw a frenzy of speculation begin.

“Are you scared? You should be…,” the publication had written regarding this month’s issue. “World Exclusive! The first look at a stunning new game.” (Resident Evil Revelations, Wii U)

RAFFwaff  +   566d ago
complete let down. revelations 'bite size' chapters are more suited to a handheld portable console. the game is claustrophobic and quite scary at times with the 3d whacked up to max on small screen. im not interested in hd console version, although it is much better than resi 6.
DivineAssault  +   566d ago
i agree.. But it was still a great game.. I refuse to give capcom $50 for it since i already paid $40 when it launched but if this game goes on sale or free on PS plus one day, ill go for it.. The jill sections were fantastic & held true to the series name unlike 6
tehpees3  +   566d ago
I actually thought their teaser was for Resident Evil 6 since I thought it would have made sense to move Revelations to Xbox and Playstation and give Nintendo fans the game they missed out on. But Capcom makes no sense these days any way.

Perhaps they considered RE6 so bad they didn't see it worth going through with.
AsheXII  +   566d ago
Bit size chapters? The game was organically interconnected with backtracking and exploration. Did you even play the game? It was a normal, fully fledged Resident Evil.
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Blastoise  +   566d ago
It is huge let down, I agree. Especially after everyone thinking it was gonna be a brand new Resident Evil (Or Fatal Frame). Look at what games like Resident Evil Zero & Resident Evil 4 did for the Gamecube, Resi 4 was a massive reason to own a Gamecube back in the day.
I kind of thought they'd remember that and use a new Resi to their advantage to shift a few more Wii U units.
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j-blaze  +   566d ago
great news for Wii U owners :)
stragomccloud  +   566d ago
Huge let down. Was expecting something new. Or maybe an hd re release of fatal frame 2 remake or 4.
stuntman_mike  +   566d ago
I have to say I'm a bit disappointed I was expecting something new as that's what the WiiU needs.
LastXeno  +   566d ago
Was hoping for Eternal Darkness 2.
ZeekQuattro  +   566d ago
Kinda of a letdown but I like many before thought the teaser pic looked like the hull of a ship in RE: Revelations. The color of the art had me second guessing. Well that and they said it was a new game. I loved the game but I bet many are pissed at this reveal after all the hype last month.
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GFahim  +   566d ago
i thought it was gonna be superman 64 wii-u-make. dammit that would have deffo be 'scary'.
Ninja_G_Aidan  +   565d ago
Dammit, last time I sold my 3ds for drugs and alcohol and it was worth every penny and moment. Is it going to happen this time with the Wii U?! I think so...

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