Resident Evil Revelations to receive retro mini games on Nintendo Switch

Resident Evil: Revelations 1 and 2 on Switch comes with 8-bit minigames

Resident Evil: Revelations 1 and 2 on Switch comes with 8-bit minigames

The "8-bit throwback" sees Resident Evil mainstay Barry Burton stepping in for Arthur the knight, and slaying zombies and other gruesome creatures on a deadly island.

Ghouls 'n Homunculi will be included as part of Resident Evil Revelations 2.

Blast your enemies in Ghost Ship Panic, an exclusive minigame for the Nintendo Switch version of Resident Evil Revelations!

The original Resident Evil Revelations on Switch will include a minigame of its own that, while admittedly less impressive, is interesting in the way that it will be played. As players kill hordes of enemies they can chain combos of kills to earn BP for use in the Raid mode. Well, Capcom has made a decision to include two exclusive 8-bit style mini-games inspired by the Revelations games and released trailers for the both of them.

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Ghost Ship Panic is a first-person shooter reminiscent of titles like House of the Dead while Ghouls 'n Homunculi is a Ghouls n'Ghosts-inspired mini-game that puts the player in the role of Barry Burton.

Resident Evil: Revelations and Resident: Evil Revelations 2 will release for Nintendo Switch on November 28, 2017 in North America and Europe.

The first game will be also available in the cartridge, while the second will come in a code to be downloaded on the eShop.

Capcom made the announcement today regarding Resident Evil Revelations with mini games in tow.

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