Those who dig the action side of RE will definitely want to hop online and devise strategies with another player. I don’t quite like it as much as the Mercenaries mode in past games, but it’s a fun way to spend some nights with a buddy.
Raid mode is also the home of the biggest content addition to the game which is a new level called The Ghost Ship: Chaos. Unfortunately, the added content isn’t unlocked from the get go, so even if you’ve played through Raid mode before you’ll have to do it again to see the new stage. It’s a cool bonus, but one that most players won’t see. Additionally, the game features four separate controller schemes (yet no button remapping), so if you want to use tank controls in Revelations then knock yourself out. No, seriously. Knock yourself out since you’re clearly a masochist.
My hang-ups with the aiming aside, the PlayStation 4 version of Resident Evil Revelations is the best version of the survival horror outing. The problem is that it’s 2017.
Resident Evil: Revelations (PS4)
- The critically acclaimed survival horror title takes players back to the events that took place between Resident Evil4 and Resident Evil5, revealing the truth about the T-Abyss virus
- The action begins on board a supposedly abandoned cruise ship, the ‘Queen Zenobia’, where horrors lurk around every corner.
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