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- All new resident Evil experience – Picking up where resident Evil 7 biohazard left off, resident Evil village is the eighth major installment in the flagship resident Evil series
- Next Generation technology – RE engine paired with next-gen console power will deliver photorealistic graphics, bringing the shadowy village and its haunting residents to life
- First-person action – players will assume the role of Ethan winters and experience every up-close battle and terrifying pursuit through a first-person perspective
- Familiar faces and new foes – Chris Redfield has typically been a hero in the resident Evil series, but his appearance in resident Evil village seemingly shrouds him in sinister motives
- A living, breathing village – more than just a mysterious backdrop for the HORRIFYING events that unfold, the village is a character in its own right
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- Language : English, French
- Rated : Mature
- Parcel Dimensions : 17.1 x 13.6 x 1.7 cm; 68.04 Grams
- Release date : May 7 2021
- Manufacturer : Capcom
- ASIN : B08VJQCN6Z
- Item model number : 91902
- Country of origin : USA
- Customer Reviews:
Experience survival horror like never before in Resident Evil village. Elevate each desperate fight to survive by showcasing the most realistic and terrifying graphics to date. The all-new title is the eighth major installment in the storied Resident Evil franchise, which established the survival horror genre nearly 25 years ago. The title is currently in development using Capcom’s proprietary re engine, used to create vivid gameplay experiences in hit titles such as Resident Evil 7 biohazard, Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3, and Devil may Cry 5. With hyper-detailed graphics, intense first-person action and masterful storytelling, the terror has never felt more realistic and inescapable. Set a few years after the horrifying events in the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 7 biohazard, the all-new storyline begins with Ethan Winters and his wife Mia living peacefully in a new location, free from their past nightmares. Just as they are building their new life together, tragedy befalls them once again. Chris Redfield, the legendary hero from the Resident Evil series, is reacquainted with the couple and horribly disrupts their life, spiraling Ethan into chaos. A devastated Ethan finds himself in a remote snow-capped village seeking answers after being thrown into an entirely new nightmare.
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- Much more action than the previous one. It has a Call of Duty feel at times
- Graphics looks amazing at 4K and 60 FPS which helps with the very creepy atmosphere
- The boss battles are great!
- Mercenaries mode is the similar to the previous ones and is a lot of fun
- The story has a very familiar feel to RE4 (I liked RE4 a lot more though)
- Not sure why they're not going back to the main RE characters??? I miss them and it doesn't feel like an RE title without them
- It's long and drags on a bit, especially near the end
4/5! Starts of strong, finishes a bit weak, but still a lot of fun!
+ Campaign is like an over-the-top, all-in-one carnival experience.
+ Back to the roots: classic RE interconnected world/level design.
+ Engrossing, detailed art direction grabs your attention and doesn't let go.
+ Tangible atmosphere, featuring some tense and freaky moments.
+ Superb gameplay loop thanks to a good balance of exploration and action.
+ Excellent map system is super useful and adds to the fun of scavenging!
+ The Mercenaries is BACK.
+ ...wait, there was loading in this game?
+/- RE4 is the obvious blueprint in more ways than one. Plagiarism or flattery?
- Story and dialogue are absolute dog s***, even for RE standards!
- Game ineffectively relies too much on horror clichés to be scary.
- It's official: Ethan is the worst Resident Evil character in the whole series.
- Puzzle difficulty is a joke... we're talking adolescent-level here.
- Speaking of jokes, did I mention the boss battles?
- Uneven pacing. House Beneviento specifically hinders the replay value.
- Game goes full-on CoD in a real lame-ass section towards the end.
- Another forgettable "musical" score of horror-movie white noise.
- Campaign has some scripted, cinematic bulls*** to plough through.
- R3 as the crouch button. I accidentally crouched dozens of times during fights!
SUMMARY - I initially hedged on this one due to Capcom's advertising, which exploited and pandered to the internet's salivating over a certain lady character. But having given this game a chance now, I'm so glad the gameplay turned out as great as it did. Not my favourite of the new RE games, but a fun entry nonetheless. Just take my advice: mute the voice acting, turn off the subtitles and skip all the cutscenes. You'll have a MUCH better time with it.
NOTE TO THE DEV TEAM - Horror or not, this is an ACTION game, so get real. Call of Duty set the standard for FPS controls on console for the whole industry almost two decades ago, so why map crouch to the 'R3' button and leave 'O' unmapped? That makes NO sense at all. Why leave the 'O' button blank, and then not allow your player to customize their damn controls?! Do you guys even know what refinements have been made in game development in the last 20 years? Do you really need the players themselves to tell you these basic things? My goodness... it's like Capcom never learns.