Capcom has returned to its survival horror roots with Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, widely regarded as the rebirth of the series. The Japanese house then repeated itself four years later with Resident Evil Village, widely acclaimed as another great brand ambassador.
The two main chapters dedicated to Ethan Winters' misadventures and his family represented a new direction for the series, embracing the first-person perspective and experimenting with new playful and narrative approaches. At this point, the question arises: which is better between Resident Evil 7 Biohazard and Resident Evil Village?
Although the first person view is difficult to obtain, both games have significant strengths and drawbacks. The seventh episode, which included the Baker family, makes for a frightening and immersive experience.
Resident Evil Village, as rebranded by invece, maintains its horror feel while still retaining its horror values. (such as the stage in the house of Donna Beneviento), the game also has some nice touches and strokes of genius, like the stage in the house of Karl Heisenberg, which underscores why the Capcom series has become synonymous with gaming horror.
RE7 and RE Village have a lot of strings to their bow, and deciding on a clear winner is difficult, perhaps because there isn't a clear winner. At this point, therefore, the ball passes to you: which of the two Capcom games do you prefer?
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