Resident Evil 2’s retelling of the zombie apocalypse in Raccoon City pulls you in from the very beginning. Continue reading Resident Evil 2 (2019) Review
New content coming to Resident Evil 2 still sounds weird to say in 2019 but here we are. Continue reading New Content Coming to Resident Evil 2 Next Month
Capcom has released a new trailer and screenshots for their upcoming definitive edition of Resident Evil 7. The new footage gives us a glimpse at what happened to Zoe Baker shortly after a choice is made in the Resident Evil … Continue reading Resident Evil 7: biohazard Gold Edition – New Trailer and Screens Released
Capcom has revealed this morning that the will be releasing a definitive version of
Resident Evil 7 later this year. Continue reading “Resident Evil 7 biohazard: Gold Edition Announced”
Resident Evil 7 fans will have to wait longer for the announced Not a Hero DLC expansion as Capcom announced yesterday that it will be delayed. Continue reading “Resident Evil 7’s Free DLC Delayed, New DLC Announced”
- Developer: Capcom
- Publisher: Capcom
- Platform: PS4, PSVR
- Release Date: January 24, 2017
- Single Player
Reviewed on both PS4 Pro and PlayStation VR
While I am a fan of the Resident Evil series I have never actually considered them to be “scary” as a lot of other fans do. Sure zombies dogs suddenly jumping through windows is startling but that’s about it. I have always looked at the series as more of a gruesome action game than actually scary. Recent entries in the series (namely 5 and 6) did more to make Resident Evil more of an action game with fights inside of volcanos, unrealistically muscular characters and yes boulder punching (Resident Evil 5, I can’t make this stuff up). It is safe to say that over the years Resident Evil has strayed far away from its original survival horror roots. That is until now. With Resident Evil 7 Capcom has not only gone back to the roots of the series, they have made a game that literally had me shook all the way until the end.
We are just over two weeks away from the release of Capcom’s Resident Evil VII: Biohazard on PS4 with the full game also playable in VR (the only way I’ll be playing) using the PlayStation VR. Here is a little gem that I came across this morning on Merchoid’s website: the Resident Evil VII: Wood, Sweat and Fears 4D VR Candle.
Capcom has announced that the Resident Evil 7 demo that was released during E3 has received an update and is available to all PS4 users now. The update will allow players to explore the the mansion even further to get you prepped for the game’s release early next year. Capcom also released a new trailer and screens for the game that you can check out below. Continue reading “Biohazard 7: resident evil – New Trailer and Demo Update”