Nintendo have released the first demos for the Nintendo 3DS today. Resident Evil: Revelations and Cooking Mama 4 are the first titles to be showcased for free. Each demo can be downloaded directly to the system’s memory card from the e-shop and is good for 30 plays. Read On
In Nintendo’s second Direct Broadcast of the year, the day after Christmas, Nintendo revealed games such as Resident Evil Revelations and Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D will be receiving downloadable demos. Read On
CAPCOM have released a tantalising video that outlines part of the main story for the Nintendo 3DS exclusive: Resident Evil Revelations. As well as releasing a batch of screen shots earlier in the week and announcing that we will be plugging the game into our handhelds on 27th January. Read On
Zombies, they’re everywhere, they’re going to take over the world. But, not if Capcom can help it. Today the legendary developer announced that their latest title, Resident Evil: Revelations will be released on the Nintendo 3DS in just a few short months. But that’s not it, more importantly the announced that there’s going to be a special edition version of the game that’s will bundle the new Circle Pad Pro to the 3DS.
CAPCOM’s second Resident Evil title for the 3DS – Resident Evil Revelations is set to terrify and horrify the masses on 7th February next year. CAPCOM broke the news as well as the new box art for the game. The game, which is set between the 4th and 5th entries to the series will feature Jill Valentine as the lead character. Read On
For those of you who buy Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D (due out summer), will get an extra taste of horror thanks to the addition of a playable demo of Resident Evil Revelations Capcom have revealed. The demo lets players take control of Jill Valentine, as she explores an ocean liner’s interior, killing any mysterious creatures that emerge from the shadows.
Details of this game so far have been slow But Capcom say they will reveal all at E3 this year!
Here are some screens while we wait for E3.