Resident Evil: Revelations

Global Total as of 14th Nov 2015 (units): 0.85m
Platform: Nintendo 3DSAlso on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U, Microsoft Windows
Developer: Capcom Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.29m 33.7%
+ Europe: 0.21m 25.0%
+ Japan: 0.30m 35.8%
+ Rest of the World: 0.05m 5.5%
= Global 0.85m

Release History

BioHazard: Revelations CapcomJapan26th January 2012Retail
Resident Evil: Revelations CapcomEurope27th January 2012Retail
Resident Evil: Revelations CapcomEurope27th January 2012Retail
Resident Evil: Revelations CapcomNorth America07th February 2012Retail

Game Overview

Resident Evil: Revelations (BioHazard: Revelations) is a survival horror video game developed by Capcom for the Nintendo 3DS, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3Xbox 360, and Wii U. Taking place in 2005, between the events of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, it follows Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine after the establishment of the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA).

When Jill and her new partner, Parker Luciani, are sent to search for Chris Redfield and Jessica Sherawat on the SS Queen Zenobia, they find a ship infected with B.O.W.s and a new T-Abyss virus, a marine virus derived from the deadly T-Virus. Meanwhile, Chris and Jessica find the base of operations for Veltro, but are cut short when they must return to the SS Queen Zenobia when Jill and Parker go missing themselves.

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legendarysaiyanbroly (on 07 January 2015)
I know how they're considered by the
majority; hence, the previous
explanation. There's no problem with
using them whenever considered
necessary, either, and I couldn't care
less how that makes me seem by someone
whose opinion doesn't matter to me.
acdcste (on 01 December 2014)
Ps back to you. Capital letters are
considered shouting by the vast majority
of people. You don't need to use them.
All it does is make you seem illiterate.
legendarysaiyanbroly (on 08 November 2014)
P.S. The use of caps in an internet
comment mustn't always b interpretated
as screaming, or as a rude gesture (at
least not necessarily), they're also
used to make others take notice of a
special observation in a non agressive
manner. Just so u know, noob...!
legendarysaiyanbroly (on 08 November 2014)
DAMN! Congrats @ getting pretty much
everything wrong, genius! First, I
don't remember blaming Crapcom for the
cheaply done port, but since u mention
it,... it kind of was, wasn't it?
Second, about the 1st. part of your
comment, no, that's bullshit. I see u
have no idea what a "good margin"
really is. Third, If leaving the 3ds out
for the sequel was such a bad decision,
they wouldn't be doing exactly that;
but they are, that's cuz the first game
on 3ds was a dissapointing SALES FAILURE
for Crapcom and they were expecting
much better from it. If you don't like
it, go and make a petition to see if
they change their minds about it. We all
know how effective and efficient those petitions are for these sort
of things, right? Hahahahahahaha, XD!
About being inflamatory, no, I just
don't like all the fanboy bullshit here
and I call it for it. If u and others
are so in denial or so stupid to only
want to see inflamatory behavior or
trolling instead of valid criticism,
that's your choice. Besides, the same
could be said about others, but as long
as they are defending everything Ninty
related, it's all good I guess! And,...
"Stop being screaming?"... "BEING
screaming"????!!!! Really?!!... I
don't know if I'm begging 2b
moderated, but u sure should b begging
for a better education. Good luck with
that petition, lol XD!
Nuvendil (on 04 November 2014)
Wait...I can't...what? Leaving the 3DS
was an ass-backwards decision if ever
there was one. The 3DS version of this
sold the most by a good margin. And the
port being done cheaply isn't the
3DS's fault, it's Capcom and their
inability to make intelligent decisions
concerning where their resources go.
Stop being screaming like a child and
being inflammatory, btw. You're just
begging to be moderated.
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