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Submitted by Gekko 870d ago | preview

Resident Evil Revelations Returns In HD, And The Devil's In The Details | 1UP

Ray Barnholt: ''The nature of the "exclusive" has been an increasingly hot topic among game fans since at least the 2000s. One game can be seen as the savior of the platform; the one that will boost it to new heights, because watching big companies make money is fun, right? But in this generation, more and more exclusive games end up becoming multiplatform titles available to anyone, where it doesn't matter which system you bought. Eventually, the scorned fanboys move on to their next point of contention, and everybody expects it to happen to big-budget third-party console games. But what happens when an exclusive handheld game goes straight to consoles in just over a year?'' (PC, PS3, Resident Evil Revelations, Wii U, Xbox 360)

Yodagamer  +   870d ago
Looking forward to the console version, just finished it on the 3ds and it truely is an amazing game.
lothariodimare54   870d ago | Spam

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