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Capcom has released the European and Japanese box-arts for Resident Evil: Revelations Unveiled Edition which is coming to the Wii U on May 21st in North America and May 24th in Europe. We already know that the game will include off-TV play and will support the Wii U Pro controller. Which box-art do you prefer?

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    • I agree, its simple and thats always better, the only good thing of the Japanese version is the dark Wii U banner and the “Biohazard” name.

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    • They probably concluded on the name due to the fact that the first game took place in a mansion, or a residence. idk.

      You know America tends to rename things anyway, just look a Megaman. It was originally callled Rockman in Japan.

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  1. capcom is gonna be like ” the wiiu version sold the worst so we are considering what we are going to do with nintendo”

    and this is fans “well no shit capcom if you gave us somthing that nintendo fans didnt already buy last year or 3 years ago like the 3ds version of RE revalations and monster hunter tri on wii. like dead rising 3 and games that are actually good and arn’t utter shit”

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  2. capcom is gonna be like ” the wiiu version sold the worst so we are considering what we are going to do with nintendo”

    and this is fans “well no shit capcom if you gave us somthing that nintendo fans didnt already buy last year or 3 years ago like the 3ds version of RE revalations and monster hunter tri on wii. like dead rising 3 and games that are actually good and arn’t utter shit”…..

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  3. the european one looks a lot better
    but then again the japanese market is very different from ours.. could be they think the opposite over there

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