Resident Evil 7 became the best-selling game in the Resident Evil series, beating out Resident Evil 5 to take the top spot with 200,000 units. Spanning over two decades and multiple gaming consoles, Resident Evil is without a doubt one of the oldest. And it’s the most iconic in the history of the platform.
The game opens with a fairly bright, quiet scene as our protagonist, Ethan Winters, is walking slowly in search of his wife. The light dimmed more and more and the mansion appeared to attract Ethan to enter and face the mysterious forces hiding in the corner.
The plot of this version is relatively easy to understand for both fans and newcomers when not kicking too much into the mysterious technology corporation Umbrella of the series, but only revolves around Ethan. He is an ordinary man looking for his wife and attracted to the darkness. It’s also the second best-selling Capcom game of all time behind Monster Hunter World, currently selling 16.1 million copies.
The first two hours in the Bakers mansion’s main house is probably the biggest highlight in the entire game with a not-so-new but exciting motif. You are completely free to explore the house without any sequence. But the way the game balances the pace and arranges the scare scenes is really clever with many different factors.
The puzzle part in the game does a great job of it when it comes to simplicity. But how to do it is very complicated, forcing players to apply and have knowledge of English. Although the requirement for a pretty terrifying configuration makes many people believe that the game’s graphics will revolutionize the game line, a beautiful graphics background.
After less than 1 hour of running away from the hordes of terrifying enemies, players will be given a number of weapons. The enemies in the game are not as rich as before, despite possessing many rather gruesome forms.