Resident Evil: Revelations HD Port Now Available for Pre-Order

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Resident Evil Revelations HD Wii has opened pre-orders for the HD port/remaster of the 3DS survival-horror game, Resident Evil: Revelations. Pre-orders are currently open for the PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U versions of the game. So, if you don’t have a 3DS, or you missed this one for whatever reason, this may be your chance to take a lovely cruise… A lovely cruise with gooey monsters.

Set for release on the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, and PC, this version of the highly rated 3DS game will feature a number of other enhancements, in addition to improved graphics. It is set for release in North America on May 21st, 2013, at a price of $49.99. An EU release will follow on May 24th.

Do you plan on pre-ordering Resident Evil: Revelations? If you played the original, are the enhancements enough to convince you to buy it again? Let us know in the comments.

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