Resident Evil Revelations 2
Resident Evil continues on its path of furthering the storey started back in 1996. At least two years after the events in Resident Evil 6 which took place in China and DC and other places around the globe. The global health peace and humanitarian organization Terra Save is attacked and Claire Redfield (who we last saw in the CGI movie Regeneration) and Moyra Burton are kidnapped and with other members of Terra Save. Barry Burton (Moyra’s estranged father) last seen in Resident Evil 3 is back as well as he goes searching for Claire and his daughter. He encounters Natalia a mysterious girl on the island and learns the islands connection to an old enemy. You switch back and forth between the two story arcs as they come together in a different way for this game series.
This was a chapter by chapter download game that has now come out on disk with the extra content added in.
For a 40$ price tag its a great game with cool new enemies and recreates that creepy atmosphere of being stuck on an island from RE Code Veronica X. Another game you play as Claire and Chris Redfield. As female gamers have complained there are not enough games with female characters this is the game for you.
Claire returns and two new characters with a female villain and one male character this game has what a lot of fans of Resident Evil have asked for.
Creepy enemies and spooky visuals make it a great entry in the series. The last Revelations game had bland enemies and an ok amount of action. This game mixes the two nicely and I would say the best RE game since 4.
You have some upgrades through jewels you find in the game and some costume changes that are a bit on the side of creepy or male pandering.
The game is available on download on The Play Station and Xbox networks and on disk for all four systems by those companies as well. A WiiU version is suppose to be out too since Revelations 1 was on the 3DS and WiiU.
Resident Evil is my second favorite video game series behind Castlevania. With talks of a RE7 on the way, and the recently released HD version of the original. With new content added and the tank controls replaced by the over the shoulder perspective of RE4, its a good time to be a fan of this series. Until next year when Resident Evil End Game comes out in theaters.