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[PAX East '13] Pixelitis Preview: My dual-stick epiphany with Resident Evil Revelations

"Resident Evil’s second 3DS outing was arguably the best title to come out of the series last year, so it makes sense for Capcom to amplify and pull its trademark remastering with an HD version made for console and PC users.

Playing Revelations with a dual analog controller felt oh-so right. I honestly didn’t mind using a single analog nub for the original 3DS version, even with the Circle Pad Pro being out there. But now that it’s been optimized for console play, it’s a welcome addition. I’d go so far as to say that this is easily the best control scheme for the Resident Evil series yet."

- Patrick Kulikowski (PC, PS3, Resident Evil Revelations, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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