Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Gold Edition

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Gold Edition

released on Jan 24, 2017
by Capcom

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Gold Edition

released on Jan 24, 2017
by Capcom

Set in modern day rural America and taking place after the dramatic events of Resident Evil 6, players experience the terror directly from the first person perspective. Resident Evil 7 embodies the series' signature gameplay elements of exploration and tense atmosphere that first coined "survival horror" some twenty years ago; meanwhile, a complete refresh of gameplay systems simultaneously propels the survival horror experience to the next level.

The Gold Edition contains the full game plus DLC: the Banned Footage Vol. 1 and 2, and the End of Zoe epilogue episode.

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Changed the franchise for the better after re6, also the re engine has got to be one of my favorite engines.

Resident Evil 7 es un excelente juego por sí solo, uno de los mejores exponentes del survival horror con una historia decente y una atmósfera magnífica. La Gold Edition es la versión completa con todos los DLCs, que son muy bien logrados y, sin exagerar, contienen segmentos que superan por mucho varias secciones de juego de la historia principal. Algunos de ellos nos llevaran a vivir momentos que suceden antes que Ethan llegue al hogar de los Baker, y los dos más importantes nos cuentan lo que sucede después, de la mano de nuestro Chris Redfield y el hermano de Jack Baker, en donde descubriremos que sucede con Zoe después que Ethan sobreviva. Se resalta el minijuego de tortura de parte de Lucas Baker, bastante logrado y que puede llegar a convertirse en un juego completamente diferente por si solo, de querer hacerlo. Si existe la posibilidad de obtener esta edición, lo mejor sería no desaprovecharla.

La resurrección de la franquicia

Great game. Saw my friend stream it on twitch and it got me interested in it so I decided to buy it and stream it myself. Great horror game, good scares, good intense atmosphere, glad I bought it and about to play the DLC.

This review contains spoilers

I hate that if you choose to save Zoe in the main story the game is just like "No. Fuck you actually she just fucking dies anyway even though that doesn't make sense, you'll still play as Mia anyway, and in the DLC what you did isn't even canon! and actually you should have done the other option, you fucking idiot."
So then I'm like "Okay" and for the whole Mia part on the boat, I still think I'm Zoe and I'm all confused when it's revealed to be Mia who I last saw like three fucking hours ago on the dock. Why even make it a choice? WHY EVEN HAVE THAT INTERACTION!?

Pure excellence, one of the best horror games, period.
After the embarrassment that Resident Evil 6 was, this game finally brought back the RE saga to its horror roots.
I just don't like how Chris looks in this, not surprised they changed him back in Village.