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Season's greetings! I would like to personally invite you to join this year's PC Secret Santa event, thread link below. Please drop by and help us make this holiday season a bit more merry for everyone. Looking forward to seeing you there!
I really hope you'll come back one day. I need your funny posts in my life!
You'll come back when your country music career fails. And when you do, I'll be here to love you.
A heads-up (well, if I can stop staring at that gif, of course).
Revelations 2 is very disappointing on a technical level. This aside, it is probably one of the most strangest Capcom/Resident evil games I've played. It tries to do some really random stuff, at times, and I honestly have to say it surprised me. There's just an overall disconnection between what's happening, what you're doing and what people are saying that I couldn't really understood what was the director's idea with this new take on Revelations. But I don't say this in the bad sense, as craziness has always been something present in Capcom games. I found it pleasant, and while the core material never really changes much, you're doing something from one moment and then do some weird shit the next one; it doesn't help (but again, in the good sense) that every structured chapter tries to be radically different from each other.
Also, there's tons of fanservice thrown at the player, with hilarious quotes coming from Barry and Claire. While they didn't make me laugh, I did chuckle a bit in happiness. They're campy, but never overstays their welcome. Also, achievement/trophies have some really bad puns added in its titles.
I was just playing the extra content (from the physical version), and I'm really surprised, as, once again, they shook the core game and added some random stuff (not to spoil anything at all, but I'm HUNTING. As in, hunting stuff for eating). Seriously, who came up with this?
You should definitively play it and give me your opinion. Also, Barry is a badass, although I more often that not had to be playing as their partner because, on a negative note, you can't find secret items unless you go playing with the side partner (which acts like a walking GENESIS from the original Revelation). A minor problem, though!