Resident Evil: Revelations comes on a 4GB Nintendo 3DS cartridge. Part of the reason for this, aside from playable content, is that the game includes several voice tracks in different languages on the same cartridge.
Capcom initially priced Revelations at $50 in the U.S., which didn’t go over very well with a lot of people. Most Nintendo 3DS games tend to be $40 or less.
Today, Capcom have announced that they’ve managed to lower the price of Revelations to $40, stating that they’ve “spent weeks looking for a way to bring [the] cost down to standard 3DS pricing”.
Resident Evil: Revelations will be released on February 7th in North America.