Resident Evil Revelations Developer Diary Talks About Horror
Capcom has sent out the first developer diary for the upcoming HD version of Resident Evil Revelations. In the video, the development team talks about how Revelations is a return to Resident Evil's roots.
For Revelations, Capcom wanted the game to have more survival horror elements than other recent RE releases. The developers set out to scare the player more. Ammunition is once again a major concern, and players can expect a healthy amount of puzzles and investigation.
All that being said, there's still a lot of action. Revelations employs the third-person camera from recent games and allows players to fire on the move. The game even comes with a co-op Raid Mode in which players have to mow down waves of enemies. Capcom still feels that this is a survival horror game, though, imbued with the "true spirit" of the older RE titles.
Revelations debuted on the 3DS in early 2012. Capcom will release the game on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and PC. They're promising improved visuals and an updated Raid mode.
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