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GamesBeat weekly news roundup

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You may not have noticed, but we’re now publishing a lot of game stories exclusively on the GamesBeat section of our site these days. These are stories that we feel are less geared to the general readership but will especially appeal to gamers and readers involved in the game...
GamesBeat weekly news roundup

UK top 20 video games chart

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Resident Evil: Revelations leaps to the top as Fifa 13 climbs up the chart to number twoUKIE Games Charts© compiled by GfK Chart-TrackGamesXboxPlayStationWiiPCguardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions |...
UK top 20 video games chart

Resident Evil: Revelations packs a full horror adventure into a tiny package

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Last year's Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D always felt like a proof of concept that the series could function on the 3DS, and Capcom has admitted as much in interviews. Though it stood out with impressive visuals and online co-op action, its decision to hack together a collection of...
Resident Evil: Revelations packs a full horror adventure into a tiny package
Nintendo 3DS sales in U.S. reach 4.5 million in first year

Nintendo 3DS XL - review

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Nintendo, out nowAfter barely a year, Nintendo is already upgrading its 3DS handheld with a supersize model. While the company is known for updating kit - it did so several times with the Game Boy and DS - the 3DS XL isn't the big leap forward from the original that...
Nintendo 3DS XL - review

Resident Evil: Revelations - review

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Xbox 360, PS3, PC & Wii U; Capcom; £32.99-£34.53Reading this on mobile? Click here to viewRevelations is an extended remake of last year's handheld game, which adds HD textures, new bits of plot, and appearances from series stalwarts Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield. It draws heavily on Resident Evil's golden...
Resident Evil: Revelations - review

Resident Evil: Revelations HD - review

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PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, Capcom, cert: 16Capcom's once-legendary horror series has languished in recent years, with newer instalments failing to recapture the macabre delights of earlier efforts. Revelations, originally a side project for the portable 3DS, certainly lives up to its name, proving a surprise reminder of how great bio-terror...
Resident Evil: Revelations HD - review

UK top 20 video games chart

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Driving sim Grid 2 enters the chart in pole position, as Resident Evil: Revelations tumbles down to fiveUKIE Games Charts© compiled by GfK Chart-TrackGamesXboxPS3WiiPCguardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions...
UK top 20 video games chart

GamesBeat weekly roundup:Xbox One unveiled, Yahoo acquires a game company

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If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best video game stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed. This week, Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One, the company’s next-gen console and one-stop living room entertainment device, Ex-EA...
GamesBeat weekly roundup:Xbox One unveiled, Yahoo acquires a game company

Resident Evil: Revelations Doesn’t Have Higher Price Tag

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Capcom has confirmed that its recently released Resident Evil: Revelations title doesn’t have a higher than usual price tag, as was previously mentioned, meaning it now costs the same as regular games for the 3DS ($39.99/€39.99). Resident Evil: Revelations is such a massive game that Capcom confirmed it would charge...
Resident Evil: Revelations Doesn’t Have Higher Price Tag

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City – review

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PS3/Xbox 360/PC; £39.99; cert 18+; Slant Six/CapcomAfter a three-year hiatus, Resident Evil is well and truly back in 2012, with a positive welter of releases bearing the imprint of the genre-defining survival-horror franchise.3DS fans have already enjoyed the stupendous Resident Evil: Revelations, and the next full-blown iteration of the series,...
Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City – review

New Project Zero games confirmed for Europe

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Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir for 3DS and Fatal Frame 2 for Wii will horrify gamers this springOf all the spooky horror adventures that hit consoles in the wake of both Resident Evil and the J-horror explosion, Project Zero was the spookiest. This cult series tasked the player with exploring...
New Project Zero games confirmed for Europe

Is Resident Evil Revelations the next must-own 3DS game?

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The latest in Capcom's stellar survival-horror franchise hits the Nintendo 3DS. Is it the next must-own 3DS game?...
Is Resident Evil Revelations the next must-own 3DS game?

This week's new games

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Final Fantasy XIII-2PlayStation 3, Xbox 360If Final Fantasy XIII-2 were a film, it would be the worst you've ever seen, featuring an absurdly convoluted plot and sub-James Cameron dialogue. But it's the game's mechanics that create interest, with fast moving, tactical battles and satisfying character customisation. Clearly stung by criticism...
This week's new games
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