After a 3DS release, Resident Evil: Revelations is back on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC in its best HD suit. We were able to play through the PC version of the game and captured a bunch of 1080p videos for you guys. Of course, you can't expect a 3DS port to look on par with titles such as Metro Last Light or Battlefield 3, but the developers have done a pretty good job overall. The controls are still a bit clunky but this episode is actually a lot less frustrating than Resident Evil 6 and it is also very reminiscent of the first games of the series, which is nice. The chapters set on board the Queen Zenobia are by far the most interesting ones and they actually make this new adventure worth playing. Our only problem with the game is its price tag, which will clearly keep players away until it eventually drops.
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