Resident Evil Revelations TGS 2011 Trailer

The second of two Resident Evil games for the Nintendo 3DS will be releasing soon and luckily, there’s already a trailer for it. Resident Evil: Revelations will be the actual story-oriented version, seeing the return of Jill Valentine as main protagonist…or is she not alone?

As the direct sequel to Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil: Revelations will be taking place, so far, on an abandoned cruise ship that, of course, has poses a biological threat to humanity. It might not be zombies, but they are probably very zombie-like. This new trailer does start putting some extra context into the limited knowledge of the story of the title. Additional footage of the game, depicting heroine Jill Valentine shooting various biological threats and exploration, is also available.

This newest trailer introduces another female character that will be encountered during the game. Looks like she’s a thief and by the look of her rather interesting wet suit, she’s also an exotic dancer part-time. Unfortunately for this girl, she got on the wrong boat and is now dealing with generally terrifying things. Lucky for her, Jill Valentine is on the case!

Check out the Resident Evil: Revelations TGS 2011 trailer below.


It doesn’t look like this new character will be joining you throughout the mission, but she may be someone you transfer back and forth from. She has a gun, so she’s still useful, despite what her costume may say about her. It’s hard to fathom how she can see out of that hair style, though. In case you wanted to try and eek out a bit more information, you can watch the original debut trailer for the game, as well.

One thing’s for sure, for a 3DS game, RE: Revelations looks pretty great. There’s a lot of power to behold in that tiny machine and it’s very interesting to see where the future of portable gaming will go, especially now that the 3DS is a lot cheaper than it used to be.

Resident Evil: Revelations is releasing sometime in 2012 for Nintendo 3DS.

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