So we as of late dove in and purchased Resident Evil 7 for the trusty PS4. And it basically put a nail in the pine box for playing games in typical o-vision.
Resident Evil 7 Would’ve Been A Massive Failure If It Weren’t For PSVR
We didn’t purchase Resident Evil 7 since we needed it a lot. The past two Resi games sucked so hard. Resi 4, ostensibly the apex of the arrangement set the bar too high. 5 and 6 were excessively action orientated and honestly exhausted us. So when Resi 7 was declared, we were somewhat intrigued. However, not by any means pestered by it. That is until we discovered it was PSVR playable. Now that is an alternate prospect inside and out.
So we’ve had our PSVR headset a brief time after it was at first discharged. There are a lot of demos accessible. They were flaunting what the framework could do. Things like Batman: Arkham VR, Sports Bar VR, and X-wing, however, there were no legitimate video games if you know what we mean. A AAA game that was all in VR was missing.
At that point, Resident Evil 7 tagged along. We had no clue that the entire game could be played in VR. We thought Capcom had recently done Kitchen as a demo to advance the primary game.
Never have we been so overwhelmed by a game before however just with VR in mind. At the point when the game begins appropriate, you’re *SPOILERS* in the marshes in the profound south. You’re really strolling through a woodland. Flies buzz around and strides squelch in the mud. It’s truly stunning. The uplifting news is that it’s light so the alarms are non-existent. In any case, really being in the backwoods abandons you feeling truly uneasy of what lies ahead. What’s more, appropriate on prompt, an awesome piece rundown house comes into view. Swallow.
And from that point onwards, it’s the same game. However, it feels more involved and engaging. Resident Evil 7 without VR is just another horror game. But with PSVR it is the best horror game we ever played.
Source: Daily News