Originally developed for the 3DS, Resident Evil Revelations has been officially unleashed for the Nintendo Switch console last November 28, 2017. The game was launched together with the HD sequel called Resident Evil Revelations 2 and was marketed as Resident Evil Revelations Collections. The 3DS version of this epic horror game has managed to gather mostly positive reviews from some of the industry's most respected critics, and in relation to that, let's take a quick look on how the Switch port is doing in terms of feedbacks.
"The Nintendo Switch deserves more ports from esteemed franchise such as this, and while there are a couple hiccups in the execution, Capcom has done a solid job bringing the two games to the console-handheld hybrid." - Hardcore Gamer review score 3.5/5
Resident Evil Revelations Collections for the Switch is considered identical to its console counterparts according to some critics. The game has been tweaked so that players can take advantage of the Switch's motion controls and Amiibo support. However, one of the negative side if the game is the loading times found within the episodic Revelations 2.
"Resident Evil Revelations Collection brings two survival horror games to Switch with a host of problems, including some absolutely terrifying loading times. It's a shame because both games work so well in handheld mode." - Game Revolution review score 3.5/5
Overall, Resident Evil Revelations Collections features the same experience offered by the other version. The game's added Amiibo Support is a plus as it offers extra BP for character progression. The loading times, however, although not as frequent can be frustrating. This is still a must have port for all those who love the Resident Evil Genre. The collection currently 75/100 Metascore average getting 4 out of 7 positive feedbacks from the critics who were able to review the game. Check out the launch trailer for the game below and stay tuned for more gaming news and updates.
"Resident Evil Revelations Collection Launch Trailer"
Source: Resident Evil, Metacritic