Resident Evil Village, As Told By Steam Reviews

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There’s a lot going on in Resident Evil Village: Big lady. Severed hand. Resident Evil 4 parallels. There are other things that happen too, but if you’re a Steam reviewer, those three are very much the main ones.

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Kotaku’s Ian Walker had a blast with the game despite some misgivings with pacing, describing it as “Capcom’s attempt at remaking Resident Evil 4 without actually remaking Resident Evil 4.” Steam users, by and large, agree, though the mileage they’ve gotten out of similarities between the two action-horror games has varied. Some enjoy Village’s crafted setpieces and pulse-pounding approach, while others miss Resident Evil 7's looming horror and Resident Evil 4's singular gunplay. But pretty much everybody loves Village’s two real heroes: Lady Dimitrescu and Ethan’s unkillable hand.

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DISCUSSION

ichiwanpawsuga
SamuraiEdgeplay

Imagine complaining about a plot point 4.5 hours into the game, then playing 26 more hours and definitely getting it explained but keeping your salty review up.