Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
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Content Rating: Mature
Set within a sinister plantation in Dulvey, Louisiana the game takes place after the dramatic events of Resident Evil 6. Main character Ethan Winters has been led to the abandoned location in search of his missing wife, and there he encounters the mysterious Baker family – including Jack and Marguerite, who have seemingly been missing from the area with no recent contact to anyone.
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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Banned Footage Vol. 1
Feb 21, 2017
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The Resident Evil series was dying a slow, painful death before Resident Evil 7 came along. Now it’s back on top and delivering scares like few others can. RE7 is a true delight for survival-horror fans, offering up a fresh take on the series’ formulas, while still paying homage to what has come before. If you’ve been seeking some true horror gaming, look no further than Resident Evil 7.
Resident Evil 7’s final round of DLC feels like a step backward. While both Not a Hero and End of Zoe are competently built, they replace the genuine horror and more nuanced characters of the main game with schlocky action and dumb wish fulfillment. The worst thing that can be said about Not a Hero and End of Zoe is that they leave me feeling uncertain about the future of the series. Let’s hope Capcom hasn’t already forgotten how to do Resident Evil right again.
Resident Evil 7 grounds itself in elements that made the original great while still indulging in a risky new shift in style that both helps and hurts the beloved formula in equal measure. But it’s also the closest a numbered sequel has come to recapturing Resident Evil’s slow, but thrilling and atmospheric adventure game roots in a while — a welcome return that I truly hope to see more of in the future.