The Switch Version Of Resident Evil Revelations Has Exclusive Retro Minigames

Capcom announced that two minigames are coming exclusively to the Nintendo Switch version of Resident Evil Revelations Collection, including a reskin of Ghouls n’ Ghosts starring secret best Resident Evil character Barry Burton.

The other minigame, Ghost Ship, challenges what seems to be a very pixelated Jill Valentine to shoot pink oozes and that woman who doesn’t know how to wear a wetsuit aboard the ship in Resident Evil Revelations. The two minigames reflect off their respective games, Ghost Ship for the first game, and Ghouls n’ Homunculi for Barry’s adventure to rescue his daughter in Revelations 2.

The strange new additions also feed back into the games’ Raid modes, letting you earn BP and other bonuses to take into your BOW-killing extra modes.

Check out the two separate trailers for the minigames below. Resident Evil Revelations Collection releases on November 28 on the Nintendo Switch, containing both games. While available at retail, only the first game is on the Switch cart due to size restrictions, with the second game being a download from the eShop for owners.

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Nintendo Switch Update Allows for Save, User Data Transfers

The latest Nintendo Switch system update allows players to finally transfer user and save data, as well as capture video clips of certain games.

Nintendo has released the latest 4.0.0 update for the system, which finally gives Switch users the ability to transfer both their saved game and user account data from one Switch to another. In order to transfer, both systems must be updated to 4.0.0. and connected to the internet. The system a user is transferring to cannot have more than seven users.

Users can now transfer Switch accounts between systems. Users can now transfer Switch accounts between systems.

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7 Things You Need to Know About External GPUs

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External graphics processing units (eGPUs) sound great. You can get desktop-quality graphics on a laptop, which means you only need one computer for portability and high-level gaming. But do they stand up against internal GPUs? Is it worth dropping a few hundred bucks on a dock? How much performance can you really expect? Unfortunately, expectations and realities may differ with external GPUs. But they can still be very useful. Let’s take a look. 1. How Do External GPUs Work? In most cases, you’ll see an external GPU hooked up to a dock. A GPU dock has a PCIe port for…

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8bitdo’s new wireless controllers are perfect for your new SNES Classic

 The SNES Classic Edition is out today, and is probably currently en route to those lucky enough to have scored a pre-order, and being picked up by bleary-eyed fans who set up early at game store locations around the world. Reviews have been almost universally positive for the small console, which is not surprising, so a lot of folks will probably also be in the market for accessories –… Read More