Okay, so maybe "pretty" isn't the word you'd use to describe a Resident Evil title. But hey, you have to admit, it's looking good. Screenshots from the newest Resident Evil don't reveal much about the title, but it looks promising, and at least it's a more serious entry for the new handheld, compared to most of Nintendo's more lighthearted games.
According to Cubed3 forums, Capcom's newest title in the series, Resident Evil Revelations, includes such favorites as Chris Redfield, and what appears to be his younger sister, Claire. The Website also speculates that the game may be set somewhere around the time of Resident Evil 5, though that remains to be confirmed.
I'm all up for some zombie hunting on the new system, and I can't wait to see what the 3DS is going to be able to pull off visually. And of course, the addition of the new PSP-esque analog stick seems perfect for an entry like this. Maybe we should have known something like this survival horror title would have been in the pipeline. Either way, this announcement is certainly piquing my interest in the 3DS, and I might just have to sell a little more of my soul to Nintendo and put out the cash for this one.
So, Resident Evil Revelations on the 3DS, what say ye?
Hit Nintendo's E3 page or check out the gallery in order to see some stunning shots, and make up your mind for yourself!
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