‘Resident Evil: Revelations’ Achievements Further Confirm Xbox 360 Port

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Resident Evil Revelations Achievements

After the disappointment that was Resident Evil 6, fans of Capcom‘s long-running franchise could certainly use some uplifting news. Unfortunately, what we have is news of yet another Resident Evil port, this time of a 3DS game to the Xbox 360 (and maybe PS3).

Released early last year, Resident Evil: Revelations was one of the few M-rated titles available on Nintendo’s at-the-time-new handheld. And now it appears the game is making the jump to major consoles.

According to game site Exophase, a complete set of achievements has been found for what is being called Resident Evil: Revelations Unveiled Edition that include both the single player campaign and the ‘Raid’ mode — a score-based run-through of various self-contained areas. And though these are only Xbox 360 achievements, there have been reports that suggest a PS3 port is just as likely.

Check out the full list of Achievements at Exophase.

Resident Evil: Revelations, for you non-3DS owners out there, was a passable entry in the franchise that made decent use of the handheld’s 3D capabilities, and featured that sublime over-the-shoulder gameplay — albeit without the use of twin sticks if you didn’t own the Circle Pad Pro. But more importantly than that, Revelations featured a story that starred both Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine — arguably the two most popular characters in the franchise.

Their tale splits into two halves — running concurrent to one another — and eventually comes together on an abandoned freighter that just so happens to be filled with bio-organic weapons (a.k.a. virus-infected humans). Overall Revelations’ is a narrative filled with the typical evil corporation underpinnings that are ultimately forgettable. The game itself, though, is solid enough to be worth a casual recommendation. Make sure to read our review.

So temper your enthusiasm for an inevitable Revelations release Resident Evil fans, as this may not be exactly the game you’re looking for. Yes, Capcom could do worse — and arguably have with Resident Evil 6 — but at the same time porting a handheld game doesn’t always deliver in the way the publisher/developer intended.

We’ll keep you posted if an official announcement is made.

Would you like to see Resident Evil: Revelations ported to the Xbox 360 and PS3? Do you think this is a smart move by Capcom?

Source: Exophase

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TAGS: Capcom, Resident Evil, Resident Evil: Revelations, Xbox 360


  • tato

    hmmm i bout my 3ds becavuse of this game and after beating it the 3ds its just been collecting dust lol oh well the game was really good in my opinion so im looking foward to see what do they have to offer on a real console

    • Andrew

      Your 3ds has been collecting dust or the game? If it’s the DS you should sell it to me ;P

  • rustler

    Funny how the majority of people thought 6 was great but their is this bandwagon of hate just to be cool

  • Sk8cholo

    It is a smart move by capcom because RE6 was WACK!!!! So maybe this will get good sales and maybe some new .. And BETTER ideas for a future RE7???

  • bryan

    Why are ya’ll hating on RE6 in my opinion because it brought new elements to the game it gave it mystery and if anyone says other wise i would be glad to debt

  • Austin

    I loved RE6. Then again, I thought all entries in the RE series were great. I sure hope Revelations comes to the PS3, because I find it convenient to have all the games on one system. They need to produce HD ports of RE0 and REmake, and then I’ll be set.