Resident Evil Revelations extended TGS 2011 trailer description, man tied to chair revealed
We’ve all already seen the TGS 2011 trailer for Resident Evil Revelations. But we haven’t gotten a chance to see the extended cut of said trailer yet. IGN was fortunate enough to have gotten the chance to, and they’ve provided a neat description of what this extended version of the Rachel-centric trailer adds to what we’ve already seen.
Not only does this new extended cut serve to bring forth new…revelations, but it also shows us what happened to Rachel near the end of the first trailer (right before we cut to the scene where Jill finds her). Basically, Rachel gets her ass kicked by one of the BOWs, and she’s described as being quite brutally beaten what with her being fiercely hit by the BOW’s spiked arm. But before this beatdown, that’s sure to finally fix Rachel’s obnoxious hair, we get to see something quite interesting. Through Rachel’s perspective, the scenery around her abruptly changes– in what’s most likely a hallucination of some sort. Could we be seeing hallucinations playing a role in Revelations? Seems likely and not totally out of the question. So, moving on.
IGN goes on to write that we actually get to see enemies that are not unlike the classic zombies we’ve come to know and love. This occurs when the gas-masked Veltro leader is seen roaming through the ship, searching for “something,” stopping to kneel beside a downed body. After injecting a syringe into said corpse’s neck, it suddenly comes back to life. BRAINS.
Then we cut to the closing scene in the TGS trailer we did get to see, where Jill reports to Parker that she’s found a survivor (Rachel). Though Jill doesn’t even both checking to actually see if Rachel’s alive, she just automatically assumes so and tells Parker. Way to go, Jill. Well, at least it ain’t as bad as when Rebecca asks Richard if he’s okay, when the poor guy has a huge opening in his chest, filled with poison (damn you, Yawn!).
The extended trailer ends with something really, really revealing (especially to those who thought this certain person was a clone). Right at the end we get to see that now familiar room where the man tied down to the chair is being held. The Veltro leader comes in and leans over the tied down man, who we find out is none other than Chris, telling him that “the show is about to begin.” Now, please release this extended trailer already, Capcom.