NOTE: This is the final of four informal pieces which will detail my experiences with each individual episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2. A full more traditional review of the game has been posted, along with this final article, on Press Start. A score will not be assigned here, but if you wish to see how the whole experience fares be sure to check out our full review!
The fourth and final episode of Revelations 2 doesn’t waste any time jumping straight into the action. Claire and Moira previously have begun their ascent to meet the Overseer herself after an intense and climactic battle. Barry and Natalia are now separated, but Natalia exhibited a bizarre and strange ability before it all happened. What does it all mean? Are all the questions answered after so long? I’m not entirely sure, but the surprises don’t quite end here. Onwards to Episode 4 – Metamorphosis.
Metamorphosis is definitely a bit of a lopsided offering from Capcom. Claire’s scenario, which sees her confronting the main villain and escaping the facility. There’s a few weird revelations here and there and an absolutely killer cliffhanger, but as I said previously it feels classically Resident Evil. Claire’s story, in particular, feels pretty anticlimactic although it does leave things with an air of mystery too them.