History VideoGame / ResidentEvilRevelations

17th Mar '17 7:33:19 AM BenMitchell90
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* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Parker falls as he is escaping the Zenobia, and is rescued by Raymond.]]

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* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Parker falls as he is escaping the Zenobia, and is rescued by Raymond. Furthermore, it seems as if Keith and Quint are blown up in the airstrike on the airport, but the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue reveals that they're fine.]]
8th Jan '17 1:59:12 AM DavidCowie
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* DamnYouMuscleMemory: In the Xbox version, you aim with the left trigger, and fire with the right trigger except for one boss, where you lock on a missile with the left trigger, and fire it with the "A" button. If you try to fire it with the trigger like you do with ''every other weapon'', you fail the boss fight.
6th Dec '16 3:07:13 PM Xtifr
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'''''Resident Evil: Revelations''''' is the second ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' game for the {{Nintendo 3DS}} (following ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvilTheMercenaries3D The Mercenaries 3D]]''), released in 2012. Set between the events of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' and ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'', ''Revelations'' returns to the roots of the series with a larger emphasis on the classic elements of SurvivalHorror and tense exploration, whilst still retaining the ThirdPersonShooter style of ''[=RE4=]'' and ''[=RE5=]''. Despite being developed for a portable system, ''Revelations'' was produced with the same production values and resources usually devoted to a console game in the series and is considered the eighth installment in the main series alongside the numbered titles.

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'''''Resident ''Resident Evil: Revelations''''' Revelations'' is the second ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' game for the {{Nintendo 3DS}} (following ''[[VideoGame/ResidentEvilTheMercenaries3D The Mercenaries 3D]]''), released in 2012. Set between the events of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'' and ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'', ''Revelations'' returns to the roots of the series with a larger emphasis on the classic elements of SurvivalHorror and tense exploration, whilst still retaining the ThirdPersonShooter style of ''[=RE4=]'' and ''[=RE5=]''. Despite being developed for a portable system, ''Revelations'' was produced with the same production values and resources usually devoted to a console game in the series and is considered the eighth installment in the main series alongside the numbered titles.
14th Aug '16 10:43:11 AM nombretomado
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** The words on the Veltro banner is from [[TheDivineComedy Dante's Inferno]], [[BilingualBonus in the original Italian.]] Specifically, the line is "Infin che il veltro verra, che la farra morir con doglia." It's from Virgil's description of how the Greyhound will rise up and kill the She-Wolf. Several other quotes are relevant as well, such as "abandon all hope, ye who enter here", "messengers from the depths of the Inferno", and "I know not who thou art, nor by what mode thou hast come down here by". Some of the music near the end of the game also uses the Italian lyrics from Canto III; specifically, the lines are, "Per me si va tra perduta gente" and "Per me si va ne la citta dolente," which are on the gates of Hell.

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** The words on the Veltro banner is from [[TheDivineComedy ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy Dante's Inferno]], Inferno]]'', [[BilingualBonus in the original Italian.]] Specifically, the line is "Infin che il veltro verra, che la farra morir con doglia." It's from Virgil's description of how the Greyhound will rise up and kill the She-Wolf. Several other quotes are relevant as well, such as "abandon all hope, ye who enter here", "messengers from the depths of the Inferno", and "I know not who thou art, nor by what mode thou hast come down here by". Some of the music near the end of the game also uses the Italian lyrics from Canto III; specifically, the lines are, "Per me si va tra perduta gente" and "Per me si va ne la citta dolente," which are on the gates of Hell.
29th May '16 6:44:02 PM nombretomado
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* HongKongDub: The English voiceovers for the FMV cutscenes have noticeably poor lip-synching. ''Revelations'' is the first-ever ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' game to be recorded in Japanese before English.[[note]]A Japanese dub was actually recorded for the PS1 version of ''BIO HAZARD'', but never used.[[/note]]

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* HongKongDub: The English voiceovers for the FMV cutscenes have noticeably poor lip-synching. ''Revelations'' is the first-ever ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' game to be recorded in Japanese before English.[[note]]A Japanese dub was actually recorded for the PS1 [=PS1=] version of ''BIO HAZARD'', but never used.[[/note]]
20th May '16 4:45:46 PM nombretomado
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The game had a console re-release for the {{PlayStation 3}}, {{Xbox 360}}, PC, and WiiU on May 21 2013 in North America and May 27 in PAL regions.

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The game had a console re-release for the {{PlayStation 3}}, {{Xbox 360}}, UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/XBox360, PC, and WiiU UsefulNotes/WiiU on May 21 2013 in North America and May 27 in PAL regions.
25th Apr '16 3:12:50 PM DelShiftB
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* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Parker.]]

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* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Parker.[[spoiler:Parker falls as he is escaping the Zenobia, and is rescued by Raymond.]]
17th Feb '16 9:04:12 AM erforce
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** Scagdeads, who run fast, hit like a ton of bricks, and have a high HP. Even the defensive types that usually are slow {{Mighty Glacier}}s move fast.

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** Scagdeads, who run fast, hit like a ton of bricks, and have a high HP. Even the defensive types in the Raid Mode that usually are slow {{Mighty Glacier}}s move fast.
13th Feb '16 10:13:57 PM Quanyails
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* SequelHook: The game itself sets the stage for a new villain and shady organization to replace Wesker and [=Umbrella/TriCell=] respectively. Which is kinda confusing considering Revelations takes place chronologically before [=RE5=], meaning it introduces the new antagonist for the series before they in-universe actually manage to resolve the baggage with Umbrella and Wesker.

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* SequelHook: The game itself sets the stage for a new villain and shady organization to replace Wesker and [=Umbrella/TriCell=] respectively. Which is kinda confusing considering Revelations takes place chronologically before [=RE5=], ''[=RE5=]'', meaning it introduces the new antagonist for the series before they in-universe actually manage to resolve the baggage with Umbrella and Wesker.
17th Dec '15 4:40:04 AM theresearcher
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** The Hunter has a one too.
** The HD rerelease adds a new enemy, the Wall Blister, whose only attack is this.

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** The Hunter has a two version of leaping, the regular one too.
which deals high damage, and the charged up one which is signaled by it's roaring that can Instant-kill you.
** The HD rerelease adds a new enemy, the Wall Blister, whose only attack is this.to grab you, and wring you like a piece of cloth for OneHitKill.
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