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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:07pm 01/10/10 | 3 Comments
To keep today's zombies theme moving along, Eurogamer reports that Capcom are claiming the recently revealed Resident Evil: Revelations for Nintendo 3DS (which you can see a snippet of in this video, looking amazing I might add), will be a purely horror-focused addition to the long-running survival horror series.

"Resident Evil Revelations is a pure horror game. The fight against terror that is approaching you is a theme this time," a Capcom spokesperson told the site. "Right now all the members in the development team are making it so that in the end, it may even make players too scared to continue forward."

Alongside Revelations is the more action-focused Resident Evil: Mercenaries 3D which you can also see in the linked trailer.




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Sc00bs
Posted 12:09pm 01/10/10
hahahahaha make players too scared to play the end wow....

nice way to sell the game.
Crans
Posted 04:24pm 01/10/10
At least Capcom listened to the complaints about how RE5 wasn't scary at all...
Crakaveli
Posted 06:14pm 01/10/10
Gay. I want a new RE6 for 360 or something.

and yeah re5 wasn't scary at all. I don't find games scary when you have a companion with you, even if it's just an npc..
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