slide1Before we get to the goodies Capcom packaged into the e-Capcom release of Resident Evil: Revelations take a look at this screenshot. The Type D control scheme was created specifically for the second slide pad.

 

Set this configuration to move Jill or Chris with the left analog stick and aim with the right. No real surprise there. First run copies of Resident Evil: Revelations in Japan include a DVD with a Revelations Report. The video has developer interviews, trailers, and a bit titled Jessica’s Report where she introduces players to the situation in the game world.

 

Want more Resident Evil swag? Order the eCapcom edition from their online store for 8,990 yen ($127) plus the over-the-shoulder bag as a bonus.

 

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Resident Evil club members also earn bonus points for purchasing the game directly. A vanilla copy of the game goes for 5,990 yen ($78). Resident Evil: Revelations is slated for release on January 26, 2012 in Japan and February 7 in North America.

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