Resident Evil Revelations 1+2 for Switch new details (Motion, HD Rumble, date)

May 27, 2014
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http://nintendoeverything.com/resid...n-the-west-joy-con-motion-controls-hd-rumble/
The game will be releasing November 30th in Japan and November 28th worldwide

On Switch, Capcom is including optional Joy-Con motion controls and HD Rumble compatibility. You can use the right Joy-Con to aim your shots and swing knife attacks, and flick it up to reload Shake the left Joy-Con to escape enemy attacks when grabbed.

The co-op Raid Mode can be played online in each game as well. In Revelations 2, local co-op is also an option by passing a single Joy-Con to a friend and take on the horde together. Fans can expect all DLC and episodes previously released for both games.

At retail in North America, the two games will be sold together as Resident Evil Revelations Collection for $40. Resident Evil Revelations will be on the cartridge while the other is a digital download. Both titles are $20 digitally as individual releases.
These screens also seem to be from the Switch version:
 

JustenP88

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Aug 25, 2014
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Gyro aiming, HD Rumbly, $40 for both games, screens look solid, never played the originals... I'm in day one. Excited to add this to my library.
 
Aug 28, 2006
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The first RE:R on the 3DS was one of the first games to implement gyro aiming, it would be a let down if they didn't offer it as an option here.
 
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joycon aiming sounds good. I never played the original Revelations beyond the first chapter so I hope it's good. I did enjoy the second one, so I guess I'll pick these up.
 
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Sounds great, haven't played an RE since 4 on the Gamecube so I'm in.

I really hope there isn't some weird restriction on motion controls where if gyro aiming is enabled you then have to use motion to reload and swing the knife.
 
Jun 1, 2006
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If the game has local coop then I would have to get it at some point. But since I have both already, I wouldn't otherwise dbl dip.
 
Jun 19, 2013
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I'm looking forward to Resi Revelations 2. The Vita version was a disappointment, with entirely-flat lighting (almost all the lighting was stripped out), muddy textures and a poor framerate. The single screenshot shown in the OP already looks leagues ahead.
 
Jun 1, 2006
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RR2 is the better game. Less handheld jank, and better story and characterization. The boat is a nice setting, but the gameplay in 2 is better overall.
 

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Excellent news will grab this day one and I hope it does well so they bring more Resident evil games to the switch, especially 4, imagine RE4 on the go......
the crap phone port doesn't count