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Submitted by get2sammyb 511d ago | preview

Preview: Finding Our Sea Legs with Resident Evil: Revelations on PS3

Push Square: "Handheld to console ports are a common symptom of the end of a generation; an opportunity for publishers to squeeze a few final pennies out of an established install base while the bulk of its workforce quietly turns its attention to impending hardware. Much like MotorStorm: Arctic Edge and Jak & Daxter: The Lost Frontier before it, former Nintendo 3DS exclusive Resident Evil: Revelations finds itself making the awkward transition from the small screen to your colossal television – but is it up to the task?" (PS3, Resident Evil Revelations)

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