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Capcom has unveiled a new aspect regarding the Switch versions of Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 on Switch. Both titles will have original mini-games built in.

In Resident Evil Revelations, players can take on Ghost Ship Panic. This is a shooter in which you aim for a high score and earn BP to use in Raid Mode. It’s accessible on the initial load screen.

For Resident Evil Revelations 2, Capcom is including Ghouls ‘n Homunculi. Here you’ll explore a deadly island as Barry Button, which is a tribute to Ghouls ‘n Ghosts. You can also go for the high score here and earn rewards for Raid Mode.

Continue on below for the official overviews and videos for the two mini-games.

Capcom announced its lineup for New York Comic-Con 2017 toady. Only one Nintendo-related title (or should we say titles?) will be present, but it’s a notable one.

Those attending Comic-Con can go hands on with Resident Evil Revelations Collection for Switch. It sounds like both Resident Evil and Resident Evil Revelations 2 will be playable.

New York Comic-Con begins today and runs through the weekend. Resident Evil Revelations Collection is due out on November 28 for Switch.

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Capcom has released trailers for the Switch versions of Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2, which give a nice overview of the games. Check them out below:

During a stage event at the Tokyo Game Show, Capcom debuted the first footage of Resident Evil 1 and 2 on Switch. Check out the gameplay below.

Capcom has provided the final boxart for Resident Evil Revelations Collection. We have it above.

To compare, this was the original, tentative version:

Capcom opened the official Switch website for Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 today. File sizes for both games are included on the page.

First up, Resident Evil Revelations requires 13GB of free space. Resident Evil Revelations 2 doubles that at 26GB. With the second game, since it won’t fit within Switch’s internal memory, a separate microSD card will be needed if you intend to purchase the game.

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Capcom is releasing Resident Evil Revelations Collection on Switch later this year. Japan is getting something similar, but also planned is a standalone retail version of the first entry as well.

Meanwhile, below are screenshots of both games on Switch:

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Early information out of this week’s Famitsu reveals a Japanese release date for Resident Evil Revelations and Resident Evil Revelations 2 on Switch. Both are slated for November 30.

In the west, Capcom will likely be offering Resident Evil Revelations 1 and 2 at around the same time. The company intends to publish both games at retail under the name Resident Evil Revelations Collection. The first game will be included on a cartridge, but Resident Evil Revelations 2 is a digital download.

Thanks to n128 for the tip.

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Amazon’s page for Resident Evil Revelations Collection is live. The listing contains a boxart image, though it’s labeled as not final. Even so, there’s a strong possibility that this could be the final packaging shot.

In any case, pre-orders for Resident Evil Revelations Collection have started to open. You can reserve it on Amazon here or GameStop here.

Thanks to Jes T for the tip.

Earlier today, Capcom announced that both Resident Evil Revelations games are coming to Switch. They’re on track for launch later this year. The initial announcement didn’t have much in the way of details, but a little bit of extra information was published on Capcom’s official blog.

The Resident Evil Revelations titles will be sold as a combo pack known as the Resident Evil Revelations Collection. This will be sold in stores across North America as well as on the eShop. The retail version will come with one cartridge containing Revelations and a digital download voucher for Revelations 2.

You’ll be able to purchase the Resident Evil Revelations Collection in stores for $40. Both games will also be sold individually on the eShop for $20.

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