The Resident Evil series is constantly reinventing itself, but it has always used two core principles: Exploration and Combat. The older games made players scour every inch of the map looking for keys and puzzle items, and the more recent games have given players enough firepower to kill an army of zombies. The latest game, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 (PS3/4/Vita, XB1/360, PC) tries something new; in each mission there are two playable characters: one excels at combat, while the other is better at exploration. It was released in a weekly episodic format over the last four weeks, with the final episode dropping just days ago. We played through the entire game—plus the bonus missions from the retail edition—and thoroughly enjoyed this Kafka-esque story of zombie killing. Continue reading at Automaton.am.
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