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Resident Evil: Revelations Gets a Home Console Demo

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Resident Evil: Revelations is one of the Nintendo 3DS’ most critically acclaimed titles, and now that it’s coming to home consoles like PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and Wii U, it’s bound to be even better. Boasting 5.1 surround sound, completely rebuilt HD visuals, and Off-TV play on Wii U, the home console version of Resident Evil: Revelations is more than just your average port.

While this title sounds amazing already, you can experience it first-hand before you decide to purchase the full version when it comes out on May 21st in North America — or May 24th, for our European friends. Capcom has just confirmed that every one of the four home consoles getting a full version of Resident Evil: Revelations will also be getting a demo of the game. There’s no word yet on when the demo will be released, but keep an eye out between now and Revelations‘ launch day if you’d like to try before you buy.

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