Capcom isn't finished with their Resident Evil coverage tonight - The company just released new screenshots and art of Resident Evil: Revelations.
Let us pray these games won't cost us a pretty penny.
I just pray they fix jills face cuz she doesnt look like jill
http://www.nintendoeverythi... http://fast1.onesite.com/ca... http://i463.photobucket.com... Looks more or less the same , although in RE5 she looks angry, Remake shes much younger althguh I think she looksa bit dif aswell. Re3/1 etc had blocky graphhics, so the first time they can give her a proper face, it sticks
I only played RE4, I enjoyed every minute of it, this game looks good!
I can already tell Capcom is going to do amazing things with the 3DS
I can't wait till the 3DS comes out!
RE4 is the best out of the series
Look at that amazing lighting. I have super high hopes for the 3DS.
what have they done with claire??!!
its jill but ya what have they done to her
I am truly intrigued. If they make another resident evil on the console. I hope it has gritty feeling to it.
too bad this game is only for 3DS :(
How is this bad? Please, tell me. There are reasons titles are exclusive to certain consoles.
RE4 shooting + classic horror. Sounds awesome enough to buy a 3DS. I only hope those aren't bullshots.
Day 1. Ihaaa.
i think i'll buy 3DS , because of metal gear ... hope they make good games for it ...
The article states screenshots and artwork. When I went to the link and seen the thumbnails, I thought the bottom few were art straight away, so I clicked on those and was impressed with the artist. However, on closer inspection, I noticed sharp edges and jaggies, with pixilation to certain details. These are renders, obviously. But on a handheld? I then clicked on what looked like in-game screen caps. Same quality as the character renders, which is stunning. The lighting, texturing, modelling; you'd be forgiven for thinking that this was a ps3/360 title.
wow, the 3DS is blowing me away with what they can do with the graphics.
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