Man, Switch is really working hard to catch up on the past few years of games. Next up for Nintendo's platform is a port of Resident Evil: Revelations 1 & 2, which adds in retro-style minigames, Joy-Con control options, and amiibo unlocks. Check out the latest trailer to get a load of the Switch-exclusive features on the way.
The Resident Evil Revelations games are coming to Switch next month, so it makes sense that Capcom would want to throw in a little something special for the occasion. The results are mixed, to say the least, but both entries come with their own special retro-style mini-games, the second of which is a fun homage to Ghosts 'n Goblins.
Last month we posted about PS4 and Xbox One release plans for Resident Evil: Revelations, which was listed for August 31. It turns out the ports will actually launch a couple days earlier on August 29, and Capcom also has plans for both games to make an appearance on Nintendo Switch. Details after the jump.
After originally debuting on Nintendo 3DS back in 2012, Resident Evil: Revelations made its way to pretty much every other platform imaginable. It's been on PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U, and now it has a date for PS4 and Xbox One. While Europe is still set for a fall release window, Revelations will launch in North America on August 31. Read on for more.
Now that the dust has settled on Resident Evil VII, Capcom is turning its attention to an upcoming re-release in the series. Resident Evil: Revelations—which made its debut on Nintendo 3DS in 2012 before coming to Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, and PC the following year—is making its way to PS4 and Xbox One in North America and Europe.
Capcom is here with another 20th anniversary Resident Evil developer discussion. Join producer Michiteru Okabe (assistant producer on Operation Raccoon City, producer on Revelations 2) and director Yasuhiro Anpo (work ranging from programmer on RE1 and 2 to director of Resident Evil 5 and Revelations 1 and 2) as they discuss the Resident Evil Revelations games in the video after the jump.
Capcom's Christian Svensson is best known for laying it out straight when it comes to answering questions regarding Capcom's business decisions and his latest "Ask Capcom" answer is no different, addressing why Darkstalkers Resurrection and Capcom Arcade Cabinet will not be coming to the struggling Wii U. Hit the jump for the details.
In Resident Evil: Revelations—the first RE game for Nintendo 3DS that's actually fresh, story-wise—players take control of newcomer Rachel as she inspects an abandoned cruise ship… with shocking results. Watch Rachel's horrific discoveries after the jump.