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Resident Evil Revelations Wii U trailer shows Hunk in Raid mode

Plus all-new single-player screenshots

Resident Evil Revelations Wii U enables you to play as Hunk in Raid mode for the first time. You can see Hunk in action in this new trailer and we've also got some new screenshots which show Jill Valentine in episode 4.

Hunk first appeared in N64 game Resident Evil 2 as a playable character in a secret minigame called 4th Survivor in which he is the only member of his unit to survive the attack of the mutated William Birkin. He returned in Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, The Darkside Chronicles and was one of many playable characters in Resident Evil: The Mercanaries 3D. Now he's back in Revelations' multiplayer mode.

You can read more about Resident Evil Revelations Wii U in issue 92 of Official Nintendo Magazine which is out now.

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  1. vix_chan Thursday 14th Feb 2013 at 11:01

    Forget Hunk, we want Tofu!

  2. Slinkington Thursday 14th Feb 2013 at 12:15

    I agree with Vix Chan! Tofu! Also I was really hoping for Rachel... :( Why waste her character model..?

  3. imbusydoctorwho Thursday 14th Feb 2013 at 13:18

    I kinda want this,still don't know whether it's worth me getting this,as I have the 3DS version.

  4. Buffalo_K Thursday 14th Feb 2013 at 13:28

    I agree with Vix Chan! Tofu! Also I was really hoping for Rachel... :( Why waste her character model..?


    What would happen when she fights Rachel then?

  5. dave666 Thursday 14th Feb 2013 at 13:33

    wii remote support would be nice

  6. torterratrainer Thursday 14th Feb 2013 at 17:09

    wii remote support would be nice

    sorry, its confirmed that there isnt. :(

    its a shame i already got this on 3DS, because i would love to pick unveiled up.

  7. stevetat Thursday 14th Feb 2013 at 18:14

    Oh good, a port of a game that was released last year. The early titles on Wii U are shaping up to be really underwhelming.....

    007 legends.. poorly recieved; Assassins Creed... a port of an old game; Batman Arkham City... a port of an old game; Ben 10... well, I'm probably out of the target demographic; Call of Duty:Black Ops... a port of an old game; Darksiders II: a port of an old game; Epic Mickey II... uninspiring sequel; Family party 30... didn't this game get 11% in an ONM review?; Funky Barn... meh!!: Just Dance 4... it's been done to death; Mass Effect 3... a port of an old game; Super Mario Bros. U... oh look it's Mario. Nintendo TAKE NOTE the world has moved on (since 1985) but you keep releasing the same game ad infinitum, seriously, give it up, it's embarassing; Rabbids Land... Oh God!!!; Skylanders Giants... dolls; Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed... A geriatric blue hedgehog racing go-karts isn't exactly Gran Turismo or Forza; Tank Tank Tank... looks like a dog, doesn't exactly showcase the graphic capabilities of the Wii U, and let's be honest, graphics sell games to a mass market and shift consoles in it's early days. Tekken Tag Tournament... why have Namco Bandai ruined it by putting mushrooms in it? Is Nintendo so controlling that it has to make sure Mario gets a mention?

    Still, there are a couple of bright spots...

    Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate and Zombi U.

    And no I'm not a PS or Xbox fanboy, or a Troll, just don't see how a load of old ports and uninspiring sequels can be justification for buying a console that costs 300. Nor do I really care if the games are available on PS or Xbox. Where are the exciting new exclusives? Still, if Nintendo were a little more 3rd party freindly, developers might be more likely to invest the time, effort and money in cultivating a meaningful relationship with the platform. As it is they trot out lines like "Show us the demand for 'Game X' and we'll release it on this platform." Yes, I do mean Metal Gear Rising. And before any pedants say "oooh you said you weren't bothered about multi-platform releases", it's just an example.

  8. RiksilveR Thursday 14th Feb 2013 at 18:50

    I agree with Vix Chan! Tofu! Also I was really hoping for Rachel... :( Why waste her character model..?


    What would happen when she fights Rachel then?


    The universe would implode.
    Mind you, since there are raid levels where there are multiple Rachels I doubt it'd pose that much of a problem.

    I'm looking forward to this; Revelations was brilliant on 3DS and increased exposure can only be a good thing. As I see it, it can't fail to be a brilliant game and that hopefully means a sequel. I want to know what Raymond and Jessica were up to after the credits.

    Oh good, a port of a game that was released last year. The early titles on Wii U are shaping up to be really underwhelming.....

    007 legends.. poorly recieved; Assassins Creed... a port of an old game; Batman Arkham City... a port of an old game; Ben 10... well, I'm probably out of the target demographic; Call of Duty:Black Ops... a port of an old game; Darksiders II: a port of an old game; Epic Mickey II... uninspiring sequel; Family party 30... didn't this game get 11% in an ONM review?; Funky Barn... meh!!: Just Dance 4... it's been done to death; Mass Effect 3... a port of an old game; Super Mario Bros. U... oh look it's Mario. Nintendo TAKE NOTE the world has moved on (since 1985) but you keep releasing the same game ad infinitum, seriously, give it up, it's embarassing; Rabbids Land... Oh God!!!; Skylanders Giants... dolls; Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed... A geriatric blue hedgehog racing go-karts isn't exactly Gran Turismo or Forza; Tank Tank Tank... looks like a dog, doesn't exactly showcase the graphic capabilities of the Wii U, and let's be honest, graphics sell games to a mass market and shift consoles in it's early days. Tekken Tag Tournament... why have Namco Bandai ruined it by putting mushrooms in it? Is Nintendo so controlling that it has to make sure Mario gets a mention?

    Still, there are a couple of bright spots...

    Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate and Zombi U.

    And no I'm not a PS or Xbox fanboy, or a Troll, just don't see how a load of old ports and uninspiring sequels can be justification for buying a console that costs 300. Nor do I really care if the games are available on PS or Xbox. Where are the exciting new exclusives? Still, if Nintendo were a little more 3rd party freindly, developers might be more likely to invest the time, effort and money in cultivating a meaningful relationship with the platform. As it is they trot out lines like "Show us the demand for 'Game X' and we'll release it on this platform." Yes, I do mean Metal Gear Rising. And before any pedants say "oooh you said you weren't bothered about multi-platform releases", it's just an example.

    I don't think BLOPS 2, AC 3 or Darksiders 2 really count as old games when they were only released on other platforms a couple of months earlier, and the fact that they were ported at all shows the devs have faith in the console.
    Besides, this isn't so much a port as an expansion; they're improving the graphics, adding enemies and modes and generally making it better. So really it's the MH3U of Resi Revelations.

  9. stevetat Thursday 14th Feb 2013 at 19:15

    I don't think BLOPS 2, AC 3 or Darksiders 2 really count as old games when they were only released on other platforms a couple of months earlier, and the fact that they were ported at all shows the devs have faith in the console.
    Besides, this isn't so much a port as an expansion; they're improving the graphics, adding enemies and modes and generally making it better. So really it's the MH3U of Resi Revelations.


    My point is that they're unlikely to make a prospective buyer think "oh here's something new, that I've never seen". More likely they'll think "Nope, I played that months ago"

  10. Scraggy man Thursday 21st Feb 2013 at 03:16

    Wii U needs all the support it can get and considering this game takes RE back to its roots more power to them.

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