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Resident Evil Revelations 2 review hub (Xbox One)

Resident Evil Revelations 2

Welcome to the Resident Evil Revelations 2 review hub. Here we'll collect our reviews for the individual episodes of the series as they are released. Now that the season is complete, you can also read a full review of the entire season. Check out the reviews for the individual episodes below.

Resident Evil Revelations 2 is Capcom's first attempt at making an episodic series. It tells two separate stories that intersect and intertwine in ways that only the players know. Story one is about the abduction of Claire Redfield and Moira Burton and their subsequent trek of survival to escape an unknown island faced with mysterious hostile enemies. Story two is about Barry Burton's attempts to rescue his daughter after receiving a distress signal from her. At the beginning of his arrival, he meets an odd little girl with stranger powers named Natalia Corda, and they set off to find Barry's daughter. Resident Evil Revelations 2 is not a direct sequel of Resident Evil Revelations 1 but features references to events in Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil Revelations 1 and homages from many other Resident Evil games.

Note: Only local co-op is available for Campaign mode. Raid mode currently (as of 4/07/15) only has local co-op on Xbox One, but Capcom has announced that there will be a patch for online co-op for soon.


Slender: The Arrival releasing on Xbox One in March


Blue Isle Studios has announced that their first game, Slender: The Arrival, will be releasing on Xbox One on March 25 via the ID@Xbox program. The game will be coming to Xbox One with brand new story elements implemented, as well as extended levels throughout the entire game. Our review of the original game can be read here and while our final score wasn't overwhelmingly positive it is still nice to see that the game is making the transition to the next generation of consoles with some added features for players.

A new trailer has been released for the Xbox One and Playstation 4 versions of the game and it can be seen below the break.

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Resident Evil becomes Capcom's fastest selling digital title

Resident Evil Title Screen

Have you joined in on the fun yet?

Resident Evil has become Capcom’s fastest selling digital title in history across North America and Europe.

Yoshiaki Hirabyashi, Capcom’s Producer on the title, had this to say:

“It’s been great to see so many positive comments from fans that have enjoyed this new release. The team here at Capcom Japan have worked hard to bring the game to the latest generation of consoles and we are thrilled at this news on its performance.”

What does this mean for the players? Might we see other games in the series be remastered for Xbox One?

Until then, Capcom is enjoying the success that Resident Evil is bringing in.


Trials Fusion released its 4th DLC Fire in the Deep and now has multiplayer

Trials Fusion Fire in the Deep

Greetings everyone. Big Trials Fusion fans may already know this but for the people who might not have played recently or might have bought Trials Fusion during the sale in December and haven't started it yet, Trials Fusion has added multiplayer support to its game. Not only that, the 4th DLC, Fire in the Deep, is now available for season pass holders or individual purchase. Six DLCs have been planned for the season pass which will culminate by March 2015. Fire in the Deep marks the 4th content that has been released.

Multiplayer detail:

* Online X-Supercross mode: Up to eight players on Xbox One and four players on Xbox 360 compete on three random tracks with the winner being the one with the highest score.
* Private games: Players can choose which track to race on and choose different alternate settings such as gravity, bike speed and bike control.
* Spectator mode: Players can be invited in to watch the action unfold.
* Leaderboards: Global leaderboards will keep track of Online X-Supercross times earned from its players.

Details are heating up, check out the details for Fire in the Deep after the jump.
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Take a look at the Game of Thrones: The Lost Lords launch trailer


Did you like Episode 1 of Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series? Can't wait for Episode 2? Well, you won't have to wait for much longer.

Episode 2: The Lost Lords arrives in the Xbox marketplace for both Xbox 360 and Xbox One tomorrow, February 4, 2015. In the meantime, here's a launch trailer for it. Enjoy.

For XBLA Fans' previous coverage of Episode 2, take a look here.


Resident Evil Revelations 2 sees a minor setback to release date

RER2 Natalia

Capcom has announced, "In an effort to fine-tune the final product, we've moved the release of the first episode back just one week to February 24."  Resident Evil Revelations 2 was originally set to release on February 17 for Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Players will have to wait a tiny bit longer to dig into the next title of the Resident Evil franchise.

Pricing has not changed and is still slated for $5.99 for an episode separately or $24.99 for a complete season that comes with all four main episodes, two extra episodes and Hunk as a playable Raid mode character. The price for the season pass has yet to be revealed as of this time.

Capcom Unity mentions that each episode contains a Claire/Moira scenario, a Barry/Natalia scenario and Raid Mode content from that episode.

Wesker would probably say "Poor performance indeed." For the rest of us, one week shouldn't be so bad.

RER2 new release date

Source: Capcom Unity


Details on the imminent Resident Evil remaster and Resident Evil Revelations 2


Resident Evil fans will have a lot to rejoice about soon.

Capcom is releasing a remastered HD version of the classic Resident Evil for Xbox One on January 20. Those excited for the release can now pre-order/pre-load it here, so that the game is ready to go the first minute it's fully released.

An Xbox 360 version of Resident Evil is currently only available on the Japanese Xbox Live Marketplace for digital purchase and is region free. That version was released at the end of November of 2014.

In other Resident Evil news, Resident Evil Revelations 2 will be released less than one month after the Xbox One version of Resident Evil. Well, sort of.

Capcom is taking another new approach to survival-horror by releasing the contents of Resident Evil Revelations 2 in an episodic manner. These episodes will focus on two different pairs of characters. Keep reading for more details.

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Come see the first developer's diary for Life is Strange

Life is Strange

Last time on Life is Strange, XBLA Fans introduced details about this episodic narrative driven adventure game here.

This time,  the developers have released their first developer's diary for Life is Strange showing a behind the scenes view of the game and the process of making the game. For those looking into playing this title, this will give you an opportunity to get accustomed to the style that will be represented in the game.

Life is Strange is set to release on January 30, 2015 on Xbox 360 and Xbox One.


January Games with Gold include D4 and The Witcher 2

D4 Dark Dreams Don't Die

Xbox has announced January's Xbox Games with Gold, bringing a nice mix of genres to Microsoft's consoles for free if you're an Xbox Live Gold subscriber. Starting on January 1, Xbox One owners will be able to download the intriguing Kinect-enabled adventure game D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die. Xbox 360 owners will get two games during the month of January: racing game MX vs. ATV Alive from January 1 – 15 and the excellent RPG The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings from January 16-31, just in time to play before The Witcher 3's release. Whatever type of games you might be interested in, there's three very different ones available for free in the month of January. Hopefully your New Year's resolution is to branch out a little bit!


Life Is Strange coming soon to Xbox 360 and Xbox One

Life is Strange

Square Enix and DONTNOD Entertainment have announced a new episodic, narrative driven adventure game of the story of a high schoolgirl named Max who suddenly discovers she can rewind time and saves her friend Chloe from danger with her new powers. Strange events start to occur as the pair stumble into the darker side of Arcadia Bay when they uncover the truth of the disappearance of a student.

Life Is Strange is set to release on Xbox 360 and Xbox One on January 30, 2015.

Episode one is priced at $4.99 and episodes two through five can be purchased individually for $4.99 when each episode is released. Each console will have a different bundle option available for purchase:

  • Xbox 360: A season pass consisting of episodes two through five can be purchased for $16.99.
  • Xbox One: The entire season consisting of episodes one through five can be purchased for $19.99.

Check below on the first reveal of Life Is Strange.

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