Resident Evil Revelations 1 And 2 Review: Nintendo Switch Edition
The Revelations games certainly feel like classic Resident Evil, which is their key selling point for fans of the original parts of the series. The major difference is that rather than using a fixed location camera and tank controls, where you can move or shoot, but not both at once, Revelations shifts to an over the shoulder camera that allows you to aim your gun and move at the same time. While this is mostly a welcome updating, it does mean that when there’s a monster sneaking up behind you, you won’t necessarily know it until it’s eating your face. On the one hand, this is frustrating, but then again, it does amp up the tension.