In the Resident Evil video review, we take a closer look at the game’s story, gameplay dynamics and of course its atmosphere.
We included all the details of the game in our Resident Evil Village review content that was released last week. This time, we are here with the video review of the game. In the video review of the game, we take a closer look at the story, gameplay dynamics and of course the atmosphere, and tell what a game Resident Evil Village is like.
Resident Evil Village Video inceleme
Resident Evil VillageIt takes place three years after the 7th game. Ethan Winters saved his wife Mia from the Baker events and had a child like a light ball. Even though the little quarrels between husband and wife draw your attention, we see Chris Redfield’s involvement as everything goes well. Unlike the previous game, Chris turns the story into a bastard, as we have seen in the trailers, turns Mia into a colander, takes our baby, and we pack the crow without giving us an explanation. When we open our eyes, we find ourselves in the middle of the village that gave the game its name. So what we need to do is find our baby Rose and understand Chris’s troubles.
Resident Evil Village hakkında
A survival horror you’ve never seen before in Resident Evil Village, the eighth biggest sequel to the Resident Evil franchise live your experience. Set several years after the terrible events in the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 7 biohazard, the brand new story begins with Ethan Winters and his wife Mia, who survive their past nightmares and lead a peaceful life in a new place. As they begin a new life together, a tragedy strikes them once again.
- First-Person Action Game: Players take on the role of Ethan Winters and experience all close-range battles and terrifying chases from a first-person perspective.
- Familiar Faces and New Enemies: Chris Redfield has often been the protagonist of the Resident Evil franchise, but pursues more sinister goals in Resident Evil Village. New enemies living in the mysterious village will hunt Ethan relentlessly and prevent all efforts to understand his nightmare.