PS4 - DLC
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Banned Footage Vol. 2
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Content Rating: Mature
This newly unearthed footage exposes further secrets from the dark past of the Baker family. 21: Take part in a twisted card game where the stakes are your life. Daughters: Experience the events that unfolded on the night it all started, when the downfall of the Bakers was set in motion. Includes the extra bonus content Jack's 55th Birthday.
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In regarding the total package, it’s a surprising step down compared to the first offering with less creative design and compelling content. There’s a peculiar pull to it and some redeeming features akin to its predecessor, but just as some leftovers shouldn’t be thrown out, others sometimes give you reasonable pause to pass on them.
Jack’s 55th Birthday is great, with plenty of replay value and interesting rewards. Daughters has some of the most harrowing moments in the entire game. 21 isn’t much fun and quickly gets tiresome. Daughters is too short and frustrating to play through, with an unsatisfying role for Zoe. Inexplicably more expensive than Vol. 1.
Banned Footage Vol.2 may have its problems, and much like the first volume it doesn’t offer an awful lot of content for your money, but it does offer an incredible story episode alongside two relatively good minigames. It just makes you wonder what could be done with a proper story DLC, much like the two that are due at a later point in the year.