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The Wait Is over for Resident Evil 7 Biohazard

written by Shane "Geek" Lundberg January 27, 2017

Resident Evil 7 Biohazard is not exactly the most anticipated game of 2017, but still a nice way to kick-start the new year. The videogame has been a long time coming and the fans were hoping for a sequel to the Resident Evil 6 to arrive sooner. Capcom announced its intention to return to the roots of the franchise and apparently the new installment does exactly that. The pre-release impressions were overwhelmingly positive and starting on January 24 players can see for themselves how good the game is.

Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Gameplay the Best One Yet

All the games in the series were story driven and the atmosphere got players fully immersed into the Resident Evil universe. The gameplay has changed little, but the last installment is more challenging and introduces a couple of new features. New weapons were added and in order to inflict maximum damage and enhance precision, they should be held with both hands. There is no such thing as a weapon broken beyond redemption and for the first time players can make them usable again thanks to the repair kit.

Saving ammo is not exactly the top priority in survival horror video games, but rather in first-person shooters suitable for eSports. These are the games that gather the largest crowds and drive the sports betting industry forward. You can find more about the niche here, while spraying opponents with projectiles in Resident Evil 7 Biohazard. The thing players need to keep in mind is that ammunition doesn’t always mix and the same bullets don’t work for all weapons.

At Last, the AI Stays True to Its Name

Previous games in the series drew a lot of criticism for their AI, but Resident Evil 7 Biohazard is clearly a giant leap forward. Players will have to use their wits to bypass some creatures or escape certain death. Mindless zombies have a hard time opening doors and players can use this to their advantage. However this is not a fault in the AI, but a mechanic that developers encouraged to make the game more intense.

Brute force is rarely the solution when you play Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, even though shooting sprees are immensely entertaining. It’s far more effective to aim for a head-shot or try to blow off their limbs one by one. Brutal indeed! Last but definitely not least, certain enemies are better left alone because once you engage them, they will chase you relentlessly.