Here is the new gameplay of RESIDENT EVIL 7. There is no shortage of horror gaming experiences for fans to try out on PlayStation VR this October. From Until Dawn: Rush of Blood to Here They Lie, it’s clear that horror gaming is going to be a focus for many developers working in the VR space. Capcom has added to the number of horror experiences available for PlayStation VR, releasing the Kitchen demo for Resident Evil VII for fans to download off the PlayStation Store.
The Resident Evil VII Kitchen demo is also available to play on PlayStation VR with the demo disc that comes bundled with the headset. It should be worth checking out for fans of the series, as it is the tech demo that eventually became the full-fledged Resident Evil VII experience. The Kitchen demo for Resident Evil VII is a free download.
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I was very sceptical about the PSVR at first. My brother- in law invited me to his house to try Resident Evil 7 out. All I can say is omfg it's so amazing. I actually felt really on edge as if I was really there. It's such an immersive experience. It will be great to play the full game in VR, but will you have the nerve to ?? 😳
I can't wait to play the full version in VR this the future of gaming just finished batman amazing hope they bring out a full game was well impressed with drive club looking forwards to journey and farpoint
played demo last night omfg you forget your sitting in your house playing a game it's that bizarre the graphics sound and the depth of the kitchen are superb if this is just a trailer what will the game be like can't wait
No problem man ahah
Good thing to know that we are having a good and nice discussion here, something impossible to do with this fanbase.
I like Ada but her outfit in RE4 was wayyyy off to that situation. I liked that game a lot when I was 14 (my age when the game came out) but looking at it now... Man, Salazar is a joke and the game barely took itself seriously.
I just think that RE5 had a more mature tone in it, this is just my opinion. And I have nothing to say about the boulder scene, that was to prove how strong and how far would Chris go to save Sheva... I mean, RE always had some pretty nonsense scenes like the laser dodging, jumping off a high speed train in RE3, the boulder is just another exaggerated scene like those, so it dind't bother me that much because I'm used to that in this series.
As to Wesker, nope... RE5 nailed it, if they killed Wesker before it wouldn't have made sense. Only in RE5 we got his complete background like his origins and his relation to Spencer.
Wesker had a start, finish and an ending, he was greatly developed. The only negative is that RE is lacking a good villain since he died.
Carla Radames, Derek Simmons and even Alex Wesker were pretty weak villains.
+Captain Redfield I already said 4 was more action than horror, just like 5. You can't honestly defend the boulder punching... and are you dissing Ada? Cmon, man. I like RE5 for killing Wesker, though, something that should have happened a loooooong time ago.
Yeah man, 4 and 5 are pretty much the same thing. 5 only had more CQC moves and actually had a good story, that's the only thing that separates them.
As to RE7 I'm waiting for it. I just hope it connects with the main story.
Are you insane? There isn't a single multi platform game that won't look much better on the PC, playstation VR can't compare to a good PC as the playstation itself is still rendering the image on a weak CPU (2.1gz) and a graphics card weaker than my 780TI that came out almost 4 years ago. (for reference the ps4 pro GPU is equivalent in power as the 750ti.) It's really really basic stuff and you clearly should be looking inward at who you call fucking stupid.
GranT5 SS it's a taste of the demo it's terrifying as hell and in vr you feel you actually there man it's not garbage give it a chance. as long as you play it alone with good quality ear phones and get immersed it will take nerves of steel to survive such a unique realistic horror game
MondMighty well I have never been a fan of R.E games in the past due to awkward controls and mainly due to frustrating boss levels every so often in the games but I hope this vr version is stealth based action but no bosses
I see guns,a little bit of action but I don't see any big zombie or any living organism turn into a weapon eg.Nemesis (B.O.Ws),There will puzzle I can tell.Whoever we are playing I think they've been kidnapped or just wonders into the places they shouldn't have gone at the first place (But the things is RE5,Operation:RC,RE6 those aren't scary or horror and that's 3 games in the duration of I don't know 3-5 years??.That's why I'm saying that those are Bio-Terrorist action film and its not scary,You should try and watch some of the game play and compare it to RE7 you should know what I mean)
MondMighty there's zombies, B.O.W.s, guns, action, it's terrifying as shit, and I'm pretty sure the game takes place in a plantation house and around its estate. And there's also puzzles... Sounds very RE to me
MondMighty well, as I see it the game is going to be on two acts or how you prefer to call it, one more slow, like outlast, no weapons, sneaking, and no clue about whats happening, and after that you will get a gun and become a more traditional RE game, maybe im wrong but thats how it looks like to me.
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