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Resident Evil Revelations is over 10 hours long

Raid Mode unlocked after you beat the game

Resident Evil producer Masachika Kawata has revealed that Resident Evil Revelations will be over ten hours long.

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Speaking at a Nintendo retailer briefing in Japan, Kawata is reported to have said that it will take over 10 hours to complete the main game.

He's also reported to have said that you'll unlock the online co-op Raid mode after your complete the game which enables you to play as characters such as Jessica and O'Brien.

Resident Evil Revelations is released in the UK on 27 January. Are you looking forward to it?

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[ Source: Andriasang ]

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  1. imbusydoctorwho Friday 18th Nov 2011 at 12:57

    10+ hours is pretty good,and Raid mode will add more to the game.
    So I'll probably get it when it's released,depends on it's age rating.

  2. Pappi Friday 18th Nov 2011 at 13:48

    Not meaning to sound like a well--whatname--but co-op play should be there from the word go and not as an unlockable.

  3. imbusydoctorwho Friday 18th Nov 2011 at 14:03

    Not meaning to sound like a well--whatname--but co-op play should be there from the word go and not as an unlockable.

    True.
    But I guess Capcom wants people to play through the campaign first,instead of going online,like most people do with games like COD.
    But then again this isn't COD.

  4. RaidingRaichu Friday 18th Nov 2011 at 16:03

    It certainly isn't COD. Resi is a good game, COD however isn't.

  5. Waldy565 Friday 18th Nov 2011 at 17:11

    hope certain bits dont drag, but normally they dont, not with resi. and raid mdoe online will kep the replay rollin' rollin, rollin' :D

  6. Pappi Friday 18th Nov 2011 at 17:26

    True.
    But I guess Capcom wants people to play through the campaign first,instead of going online,like most people do with games like COD.
    But then again this isn't COD

    CO-OP play is the same as single player though, except two people do it instead of one. Why can't players experience the game first play through--say--with their sibling? I completed Resident Evil 5 and Perfect Dark, among other games with my sibling. Why does this have to be different?

  7. starvigilante Saturday 19th Nov 2011 at 06:54

    Hurry up and get released already!

  8. mrriseagainst1 Sunday 20th Nov 2011 at 14:38

    I seriously can't wait for this game! Resident evil is one of my all time fav series

  9. RoryTheRoman Sunday 20th Nov 2011 at 20:36

    Why does everyone hate cod?!?! Sure it's repetitive but so is Mario bros...

  10. primus85 Tuesday 22nd Nov 2011 at 21:31

    mario does it different eveytime from the galaxies to your bros games to karting to party games. COD however is a one trick pony with no memorable mascot's, simple formula of kill,explode mission complete. Dice had the right idea until bf3 by sticking with a group of characters and building on them.

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