Resident Evil: Revelations - Nintendo Wii U


  • Explore the dark, sinister areas of the cruise ship with nowhere to run and nowhere to hide with evil creeping out of the shadows
  • Features series favorites Jill Valentine, and Chris Redfield
  • Analyze enemies and investigate areas with the Genesis scanner to reveal hidden items



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Platform:Nintendo Wii U

The fear that was originally brought to players in Resident Evil Revelations on the Nintendo 3DS system returns redefined for home consoles complete with high quality HD visuals, enhanced lighting effects and an immersive sound experience. Furthermore, the home console version will deliver additional content including a terrifying new enemy, extra difficulty mode and improvements to Raid Mode such as new weapons, skill sets and the opportunity to play as Hunk and other characters from the series. Raid Mode, which was first introduced to the series in the original version of Resident Evil Revelations, sees gamers play online in co-op mode or alone in single player taking on the hordes of enemies across a variety of missions whilst leveling up characters and earning weapon upgrades. The critically acclaimed survival horror title takes players back to the events that took place between Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, revealing the truth about the T-Abyss virus. Resident Evil Revelations features series favorites Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield, plus their respective BSAA partners - Parker Luciani and Jessica Sherawat. The action begins on board a supposedly abandoned cruise ship, the 'Queen Zenobia', where horrors lurk around every corner before players head for the mainland and the devastated city of Terragrigia. With limited ammo and weapons available, the race is on to survive the horror of Resident Evil Revelations.

Product information Platform:Nintendo Wii U ASIN B00B59L9YG Release date May 21, 2013

I played the demo, was wowed by the graphics and subtle things Capcom did to add challenge to possible repeat players like myself, and along the way I took in amazing graphics that exceeding my power PC's ability to deliver revelations, and clearly does the same to 360 or playstation versions of the same game.

Nintendo Wii U runs games in huge action scenes or small rooms at a solid, outstanding, sharp colorful unbreaking 60FPS at 1080P. This is something the Playstation, and Xbox 360 never did. (note - not every developer takes their time to learn the secrets behind the consoles power). One rule is clear at this point in the game though, Japanese companies at least like Capcom, and 100% of all Nintendo games released thus far have the best looking graphics any console has ever been able to pull off.

Playing in 3D was cool, but I now play on a 300 inch short throw projector, and it makes the dark hall ways and surprise battles that this game did a good job of refocusing on, and I personally choose Wii Revelations over my own copy of 3DS revelations. I need to see things, bigger, clearer, and really let this system flex it's muscle. Last point - this game unlike most, allows you the decisions whether you want to play on the small handheld screen, the TV screen, both, or combine them so that the handheld has things like maps you'll need.

I'm currently still playing but thus far the game is excellent! Reminds me of the 3DS version I played especially with the use of the gamepad, just like the touchscreen on 3DS. I do feel like the Wii U version has a bit more to offer versus other console versions due to the gamepad.

Graphics are SUPERB. It looks great on the big screen in comparison to the tiny 3DS screen. feature is great because you're able to track your progress online as well as unlock certain items in game. I believe this is the first time I see this on Wii U or any Nintendo game for that matter. Great stuff.

I'm glad I did the pre-order as this game is definitely worth it.

Really great game. I actually already have this on the 3DS, but decided to go out and get it and play it on consoles. If you enjoy any of the original Resident Evils then you will enjoy this one. The story is great and seems to be less actiony and more horror related like the beginning of the series. I haven't played the 360 or PS3 version, so I cannot compare it to them, but in my opinion the graphics look great and the off-screen play is a big bonus over those versions. You can also use the gamepad to manage your inventory along with holding the map and for quick weapon changes, which I actually used a lot. After you complete the story there is a raid mode in which you quickly try to go through short parts of the game and complete them as quick as possible. This mode provided replay value and you can also play this mode co-op with others locally or online.

El producto llegó en excelentes condiciones de uso, estaba muy bien empacado y el tiempo de espera fue mínimo, superando por mucho mis expectativas. Hasta la fecha, he jugado el título y me ha parecido muy interesante y entretenido. De principio a fin te envuelve su historia y jugabilidad, lo recomiendo mucho, puesto que esperaba un buen juego y me llego justo lo que deseaba. Muchas gracias por el servicio, por favor, continúen de esta manera.

Resident Evil: Revelations on the Nintendo 3DS remains as one of the top titles and reasons to own the portable platform, with its wonderful graphics, potent gameplay and unsettling atmosphere. Now, with the title reaching onto consoles, everyone is able to experience the Resident Evil title that truly blends the old mannerisms of the series with some of the new conventions of modern Resident Evil. Before going further, I should say that I definitely suggest if you have not purchased the game for 3DS, you should do so as well, it is that good. Anyway:

Basic Synopsis: Taking place between Resident Evil 4 and 5, the story revolves around a bio-terrorist group known as Veltro who has seemingly created a virus known as the T-Abyss virus with the intent to spread it across the world's oceans. In addition, RE veteran lead Jill Valentine is searching for her missing colleague, Chris Redfield; whose last location was somewhere in the Mediterranean Sea. A whirlpool of deception follows as the BSAA delves deeply into the mysteries exuding from the eerily quiet Queen Zenobia cruise ship, filled with horrifying creatures ready to spring surprise attacks at any place at any time.

With that in mind, the actual story is very interesting, if not confusing at times. Still, it keeps you guessing and is well worth experiencing, so I won't spoil anything else regarding it. Now for the good stuff:

Technical Stability: The Wii U version of Resident Evil: Revelations features the most direct conversion from 3DS to console experience of the game. The touch-based puzzles are present here with the sole exception of one particular element but it isn't much to be concerned about. In terms of technical stability, the game performs just fine on the Wii U. It looks lovely to the eyes and sounds lovely as well. In addition, you can play the game off the TV and have access to Miiverse, which allows you to display screenshots if you're into that sort of thing. On a fundamental stability standpoint, the game is solid on Wii U.

Fun Factor vs Price: If you've bought and played the game on the 3DS when it first came out, then you'll already be aware of how fun the game is to play. Between the campaign mode and Raid Mode, there is plenty to enjoy in Revelations. The price of the game is also less than most console priced titles as well, an additional incentive to purchase it. For those that got the game when the price was reduced for the initial period, you would have basically got the game for the same price that it was on the 3DS. Even with the raise in price, the game offers enough content and enjoyable gameplay to make it worth the price tag.

Replay Value: Revelations is pretty packed with replay value. In addition to Raid Mode, the game mode which features separate areas of the game filled with enemy waves to fight through for points and new weapons and gained levels, the main campaign has multiple difficulties to play, including the new Infernal mode. To those not aware, Infernal mode offers a sharp raise in difficulty to test the skills of the true experts of Resident Evil. There's also a new enemy type to be mindful and it is as disturbing as you may have seen it. Include the prospect of online co-op in Raid Mode and you have a full package of content you can play for a long time.

Final Word: I loved Revelations on the 3DS and the Wii U version gave me the same wonderful experience as well as more content with it. Between the new difficulty, the new characters to play in Raid Mode, plus just being able to play the game again on a larger screen, it is definitely a title worth having as well as playing. If you are looking for a modern Resident Evil game with that old-school feel and atmosphere, you definitely want to play Revelations on any console of choice. However, if you want that direct conversion from 3DS to console, I would suggest playing the Wii U version. Plus, it's another title to add to your Wii U game library.

In the words of Dante: "Abandon Hope, All Ye Who Enter Here..." but it's hard to when a game is this fun.

tengo este juego en 3ds Pc y PS3 son versiones para el online totalmente diferentes en cuanto a las builds
e comprado la version de wii u por que espero que aya menos hackers que en la version de ps3 (armas que disparan grandas de todo tipo y lanza cohetes infinito) me aburre jugar con persoans asi en el online espero que entas version la de wii u aya mas paersonas como en la de 3ds que siempre hay alguien con quien jugar :D
el juego por la historia lo recomiendo mucho me parece muy bueno y de buena duracion las cositas extras wue puedes hacer en la version de 3ds y wii u con la pantalla tactil me parecen muy buenas lastima que no las podian poner en las otras versioens
el juego llego en perfecto estado el dia marcado recomiendo al vendedor en su totalidad :D

No es la mejor versión del juego (la mejor definitivamente es la de 3DS, la primera), pero esta se sostiene bastante bien, muy recomendada si no la has jugado antes, lo malo son los gráficos ya que parece que solo tomaron la versión de 3ds y la estiraron, pero agregaron contenido que la anterior no tenía, además se puede jugar con el pro controler si no te gusta el wii u gamepad lo cual se agradece bastante, en lo general es un muy buen juego y uno de mis resident evil favoritos.

El juego esta bueno,tiene en parte la algo de los resident evil clasicos ( pasillos estrechos y uno que otros momentos de tensión,etc.) graficamente se ve aceptable cuando estan en lugares cerrados pero en lugares abiertos se nota demasiado que el juego proviene de una portatil, pero aún así es un juego recomendado.

Me gusto mucho y mas que estaba en oferta, llego en tiempo y forma, agradecido con el servicio, lo recomiendo. el producto llego en perfectas condiciones.

Llego en perfecto estado, además es un Resident Evil que intenta dar la sensación de suspenso que daban los anteriores títulos, gráficamente es pasable debido a que es un port en HD de la versión de 3DS, pero vale totalmente la pena, independientemente de en qué plataforma lo juegues.

muy buen juego, con buenos gráficos y una muy buena jugabilidad, así como una muy buena historia, falto quiza jugar mas con chris redfield

Buen juego