Your Ghost will guide you. I only hope he chose wisely.
I did…I’m sure of it. We’re in this together now.
Leave me alone! We’ve been running for weeks, and for what? I have no home, no money, no food. My life is a fucking disaster! I’m tired of running, I give up. You hear me? I give up!
"Makoto… don’t go."
Describe Lara Croft in 8 words.
insp: (X)suggested by kate-connors
we'd dismantled the fortress she had built. the army she had raised. the future she had planned. and the entire world was about to know that she had failed. taken down by a gamer, a junkie, and a small town delinquent.
It’s not a dream
Azir can save them all.
If you’re a long-time fan of Resident Evil, then you probably have heard of cvxfreak (Alex Aniel) over the years.
Anyways, cvxfreak played the demo of Resident Evil: Revelations 2 at TGS. And he tweeted his impressions. Here they are:
- REV2 has the movement flexibility of RE6 combined with the exploration elements from REV1. Character shifting is based off of RE Zero.
- Revelations 2: Environments feel a lot like the earlier Silent Hill titles, particularly 2 and 3. Demo took place in a prison.
- Revelations 2: There was one funny line of dialogue that was a direct throwback to CODE: Veronica. Very nice present for CV fans.
- Revelations 2: My ears might be fooling me, but it seems that Alyson Court is not voicing Claire this time. :(
- I played the Xbox One version of Revelations 2. Definitely feels like a crossgen game. Not sure whether it looks better or worse than RE6.
- Revelations 2: I hope you liked Jake from RE6, because Moira Burton has the same “juvenile” speech patterns.
- Revelations 2 definitely gets the core post-RE4 gameplay right with tight controls and a light emphasis on combat.