First Resident Evil: Revelations HD Review Scores Arrived from OPM and ONM
The first review score of Resident Evil: Revelations HD has arrived. OPM and ONM has awarded Resident Evil: Revelations HD a review score of 7/10 and 80 respectively.
This is what OPM UK said about Resident Evil: Revelations HD in its review: "A spruced-up port of last year's Nintendo 3DS frightener, the work that's gone into revamping Resident Evil: Revelations for an HD console release is admirable."
The publication went on to add, "Revelations sadly hits a stumbling block. In one key area, the action has unforgivably regressed from 2005's Resi 4. Specifically, enemies now barely react to your bullets."
The magazine concluded the review with "Thankfully, there are enough chills and thrills in exploring the game's evocative location to keep you aboard. More focused than Resi 6, Revelations successfully charts a course for old school horror, in spite of aiming woes and uninspired new T-virus nasties."
Meanwhile, Official Nintendo Magazine said, "what had the potential to be the best Resi of recent years ends up being merely a solid port."
However, the reviewer from ONM said Resident Evil: Revelations HD is "a masterclass in how to do a standard Wii U port", they added: "the overall experience still plays best on 3DS."
Resident Evil: Revelations HD is schedule to launch May 21. The demo version of the game will arrive a week early i.e on May 14.