Two magazines have published their Resident Evil: Revelations reviews, awarding the game 7/10 and 80 respectively.
Official PlayStation Magazine UK said of the upcoming game: "A spruced-up port of last year's Nintendo 3DS frightener, the work that's gone into revamping Resident Evil: Revelations for an HD console release is admirable."
However, it went on to add: "Revelations sadly hits a stumbling block. In one key area, the action has unforgivably regressed from 2005's Resi 4. Specifically, enemies now barely react to your bullets."
The 7/10 verdict concluded: "Thankfully, there are enough chills and thrills in exploring the game's evocative location to keep you aboard. More focused than Resi 6, Revelations successfully charts a course for old school horror, in spite of aiming woes and uninspired new T-virus nasties."
Official Nintendo Magazine, meanwhile, said "what had the potential to be the best Resi of recent years ends up being merely a solid port." Although its reviewer said the title is "a masterclass in how to do a standard Wii U port", they added: "the overall experience still plays best on 3DS."
The publisher looks set to offer at least four Resident Evil: Revelations DLC packs for the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and PC game.