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Submitted by TMRBac 334d ago | review

Resident Evil Revelations Review | TheHDRoom

TheHDRoom: "Taking a game created for a handheld system featuring stereoscopic 3D and porting it in HD to a more powerful system seems arbitrary. It shouldn't work. But luckily, Capcom is an old hand at this seeing as how they spectacularly handled the recent Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate 3DS/Wii U conversion. The same magic is at work here as Revelations looks astounding. Sure the in-depth detail is missing in areas - especially on the character models, but the textures are intact and enhanced by HD and the monster effects are amped higher thanks to the power in the bigger systems. For a game that looked great on a handheld, it looks fantastic on my big screen TV." (PS3, Resident Evil Revelations, Wii U, Xbox 360) 9.2/10

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