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Resident Evil: Revelations demo now available

by: Sean Colleli -
More On: Resident Evil: Revelations
This is turning out to be a big year for Capcom's seminal survival horror series. Resident Evil: Revelations is only a couple weeks away, and RE6 was just announced for November.

If the wait for both of them is too painful, you can quell those hunger pangs with the downloadable demo on the 3DS eShop. After being disappointed by the clunky, sun-shiny RE5, I'm happy with where Capcom is taking the series. Both Revelations and RE6 recall the best atmosphere and action from RE4 and earlier--dark, spooky, tense and desperate.
Do you feel a chill on your neck? A feeling of anticipation as an unseen force inches closer to you? It could be that you know Resident Evil Revelations is right around the corner. Releasing in North America on February 7 for the Nintendo 3DS, Resident Evil Revelations returns to the classic survival horror style with infected enemies lurking in dark confined corridors.

To help ease your anxiety before the full game is out, a downloadable demo is available beginning today from the Nintendo eShop. Download the demo now to experience the outstanding visuals and immersive gameplay.

About Resident Evil Revelations

Built from the ground up to take advantage of the Nintendo 3DS features, Resident Evil Revelations delivers an exceptional survival horror experience with outstanding visuals that bring the fear to life.

Resident Evil Revelations introduces a brand new storyline, locations and characters to the series. Playable , characters include BSAA members Jill Valentine, Chris Redfield and Keith Lumley with their partners Parker Luciani, Jessica Sherawat and Quint Cetcham.

Jill Valentine and BSAA partner Parker Luciani have been sent to search for Chris Redfield, whose last known GPS data positions him as being onboard a supposedly abandoned cruise ship. Danger hides around every corner as they explore the confined space of the ship and face a menacing new enemy and virus: the T-Abyss.