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Submitted by gamingfurever 1056d ago | review

Resident Evil: Revelations Review | Gaming Furever

Gaming Furever: Even though Revelations is only a side story to the series, it still feels like a major plot and gives us more information on the BSAA as well as a chance to play as other characters besides Chris and Jill and get a new perspective as well as an old one within the Resident Evil series. (3DS, Capcom, Nintendo, Resident Evil Revelations) 9/10

tantobanto  +   1056d ago
great game
Leonesaurus  +   1055d ago
Awesome game! Farming for the best weapon upgrades on Ghost Ship right now~
TheDivine  +   1055d ago
This game is crazy addictive. Once you start unlocking missions, raid mode levels, guns, and attachments its a wrap. I was blown away with what they squeezed onto the 3ds it looks amazing with character models and all the particle effects like wind and rain looking out of the windows. Liked this alot more than RE5 and possibly more than RE4. Really hoping they make revelations a new series for the 3ds.

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