The story About Jill and Parker Luciani are sent to search for Chris Redfield and Jessica Sherawat on the SS Queen Zenobia.

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Atsuko Yuya ...
Jill Valentine (voice)
Hiroki Touchi ...
Chris Redfield (voice)
Mitsuru Miyamoto ...
Parker Luciani (voice)
Nana Mizuki ...
Daisuke Ono ...
Keith Lumley (voice)
Naoki Bando ...
Quint Cetcham (voice)
Unshô Ishizuka ...
Yasunori Matsumoto ...
Raymond Vester (voice)
Banjô Ginga ...
Morgan Lansdale (voice)
Shûichi Ikeda ...
Jack Norman (voice)
Saori Seto ...
Rachael (voice)
Masaki Terasoma ...
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Eimi Okada ...
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Daisuke Egawa ...
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Daisuke Endou ...
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The story About Jill and Parker Luciani are sent to search for Chris Redfield and Jessica Sherawat on the SS Queen Zenobia.

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7 February 2012 (USA)  »

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Biohazard Revelations  »

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Originally released for the Nintendo 3DS on January 26th, 2012, but was ported to the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U May 23rd, 2013. See more »

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Referenced in Honest Game Trailers: Five Nights at Freddy's (2014) See more »

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Ratcat IMDb's 3D game reviewer says go ahead its good fun!
9 May 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

First for my 3D review. There was very little to complain about in the 3D department. Objects render perfectly and planes appear quite deep. Your character will even shell out from the monitor as far as your keyboard. No problem with shadows or sprites. Gameplay is quite fun if one is able to overlook the bad development. It is rather surprising that game testers didn't point out just a few of the blindingly ridiculous scenarios. This is a third person view game which makes the idea of a cross hair a bit absurd. You are shooting from the hip two feet to the right of your character! Since when do people smile when being attacked by monsters? The female character in stage/act/part 3 is smiling except in the cut scene when she has a totally different 'serious' face on. Saving your game is not possible except after a prolonged period of gameplay. One would have thought that this late in the franchise the game would be a bit more polished but sadly that is not the case. Your team mate will stand idly by while a monster chases you up and down hallways even though he (your team-mate) has his pistol trained on the monster! (The monster!) The constant jump between characters was most annoying. One minute you are a female. The next some guy and so it goes. There is little continuity in the amount of ammo around either. In one episode/part/play, you have almost no ammo, in the next the place is literally covered in it. Remember that episode in Seinfeld when George is wearing shwooshy pants? As he walked his pants made a swooshing sound. Well as your character, every time you move you make an annoying swooshing sound but amplify Georges sound x 5 and you will get an idea of how loud it is. Despite its many downfalls the game is still a bit of fun even just to say you clocked it. 7 out of ten rubber chickens Bkaww!


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