Resident Evil: Revelations (PS5) 4K 60FPS HDR Gameplay – (Full Game)



Resident Evil: Revelations (PS5) 4K 60FPS HDR Gameplay – (Full Game)

Resident Evil: Revelations[a] is a 2012 survival horror video game developed and published by Capcom originally for the Nintendo 3DS handheld game console. Set shortly after the events of Resident Evil 4, the game follows counter-terrorism agents Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield as they try to uncover the truth behind a bioterrorist organization that plans to infect the Earth’s oceans with a virus. The game features a single-player mode where the player must complete a series of episodes that involve solving puzzles and defeating enemies, and a multiplayer mode where players may fight their way through altered single-player scenarios.

Revelations emphasizes survival, evasion, and exploration over fast-paced combat by providing the player with limited ammunition, health, and movement speed. It was designed to bring back the content and horror of the Resident Evil roots, while at the same time trying to modernize the gameplay. Revelations was also the first game to support the Nintendo 3DS Circle Pad Pro outside Japan. The game was a moderate commercial success and received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised its spooky setting, sound direction, and presentation. Criticism was targeted at its inconsistent gameplay between episodes. The game received three nominations at the Golden Joystick Awards, including Ultimate Game of the Year, and was nominated for Handheld Game of the Year at the D.I.C.E. Awards.

A high-definition (HD) version was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and Xbox 360 in 2013, and for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in 2017. This version does not support the 3D capabilities of the Nintendo 3DS but features enhanced graphics and additional content, including a new difficulty setting. Across all platforms, the HD version sold more than two million copies worldwide, but was criticized for its dated graphics and uneven controls. A sequel, Resident Evil: Revelations 2, was released in 2015.

Resident Evil: Revelations (PS5) 4K 60FPS HDR Gameplay – (Full Game)

Resident Evil: Revelations Full Game

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  1. This is one of those game where they'll able to combine the new and old resident evil. IDK why they keep re-inventing their gameplay when FANS has been saying they've loved the orginal game as it gives that "TRUE HORROR" aspect of it. RE6 to RE8 didn't feel like a Resident game anymore

  2. One thing I remember about Revelations was the controls being incredibly smooth. I remember playing the part at 52 minutes and feeling like a pro mowing down the hunters with ease. Everything felt very seamless and streamlined.

  3. This type of camera (3rd person close to the character) always makes me and my fiend feel dizzy and almost throw up.
    The same reason we cant finish any Dead space game and RE5.

  4. Must Be A Shortage Of PS5/XBOX Quality Games…So They Expect Us To Buy Old Games 😂. No Remasters, Remakes Or Clones On My PS5/XBOX X…Been There Done That ?

  5. This is a great game that is held back by poor aiming (large deadzone leads to jittery aim), some poor mechanics and design choices (there's more than a few bosses that are an extreme pain in the A$$ until you figure out the best approach) and what I felt was a mediocre story. That said, all RE games have pretty baffling stories. Overall I love this game though. The setting is awesome, but I hate all the side plots you have to play through. I just want to focus on the ship and exploration.
    Enemy designs get pretty stale, but the core combat is enjoyable and the RAID mode is really fun. I just wish the aiming was smoother, but what do you expect from a 3DS port.

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