By Prarthito Maity email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Jan 15, 2013 08:58 AM EST
'Resident Evil: Revelations' from Capcom may not have done that well for its Nintendo 3DS version, as far as game sales are concerned, but that hasn't stopped the developers from announcing a Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 version of the game.
Per reports, with the announcement made for both the popular Microsoft- and Sony-based video game consoles, the list of achievements for Xbox 360 has also arrived and, truthfully, they look quite decent.
There are a total of 50 achievements with 1,000 points to unlock as the game progresses, reserved only for full titles. While the game is still waiting to be ported over to the X360, the kind of achievements revealed show a clear intent that the company wants to set aside its 3DS failure and get big results with the Xbox 360 version.
Different achievements have been divided into Campaign mode and Raid mode. The Campaign mode include "Traces of Tragedy" where the player needs to scan 15 hidden hand prints, worth 20G, "Research Complete" where the player has to scan all enemy types, worth 50G, "The Vestibule of Hell" where the player will be awarded 50G for clearing the Infernal difficulty, "B.O.W. Hunter" worth 10G, where the player will have to defeat 150 enemies, and more.
The Raid mode, on the other hand, has its specified list of achievements to unlock. There are achievements like "Beyond the Veil" where the player will be asked to clear the bonus stage, The Ghost Ship, worth 50G, "Top of My Game" that will be unlocked if player level 50 is reached, worth 50G, "That'll Leave a Mark" for inflicting 100,000 points of damage to an enemy in one hit, worth 20G, 10G for unlocking The "Unbroken Thread," where the player will be awarded for acquiring No Damage Bonus for the first time, and more.
"Either way, this is good news for Resident Evil fans who do not have a 3DS to experience this old school Resident Evil game which is actually better than Resident Evil 6," a Gamingbolt report states.
'Resident Evil: Revelations' was released for the Nintendo 3DS back in January last year.