It was Resident Evil 7 executive producer Jun Takeuchi's idea to focus on horror and change the camera perspective.
and you created a trash...i could buy RE6 Seconds easily instead of this lame game you released...i had fun with 6 and even had good replaybility value with its good mercenary mode
RE6 was nothing than garbage, I'm glad they went in thid this direction.
^^ yes i said the exact same thing ...i m callng trash the game RE 7 ended to be
i didnt understand pietro12 reply and i replied with a nosense .....RE6 no matter the quality remains a fun Resident Evil ......RE7 is NOT a Resident Evil ...you all the fans can just shallow now the abomination Capcom released and you played it and realising that i was right..the game is a badly made FPS mockery
Sometimes I wonder if Konami is paying you to say this 🤔🤔🤔
Holy mackerel! You're still gabbing on about this? The game was a critical and commercial success. Very few share your opinion!
Sorry to break to ya, but RE7 was hugely successful both critical and commercially than RE6 lol :P
RE7 is so much better than the trash known as RE6.
Then you are just a selfish and idiot. I'm sorry to say that, but your attitude are very reckless. It's like you don't want to give people a second chance.
I want whatever you are smoking
RE7 is a great game in it's own respect. Personally I didn't like it at first because I thought it was going to play like Outlast, but after the first 1st hour, the game turns into a classic Resident Evil with elements from all Resident Evils, but also with new elements that keeps it fresh.
Also, you need to stop being naive.
How is RE7 not RE? Because it has a different camera perspective? Then I guess Fallout 3 isn't Fallout and GTA 3 isn't GTA.
Even you are older than me, but your mind is like 12 years old child.
I really liked RE6, it was a poor Resident Evil, but I wish the playstyle would have been used again in a new I.P
Doesn't the evil within play a lot like re4-5-6?
No. It's actually a survival horror with limited elements.
Well it's a good thing they changed their mind. That would have been game over for the series if it had been like 6.
people that call it trash, it's people that haven't played it, simple as that
Well, on metacritic between re6 and 7 there is TOO small difference in score, but re6 earned Capcom much more money than 7 did. This re7 is a great game mind me, but it is not a resident evil. There are no over the top action like in 1,2,3, code veronica. No iconic Re characters, NO ZOMBIES. I say again i do like re7 a lot, but it is not near as good as previous re titles
Thank god it wasn't and I'm an old school gamer and RE fan and 5 and 6 were not bad games just bad RE games. To me anyways. I'll say that if they go back to part 6 or 5 formula then I will be done with the series. Except for the RE 2 Remake. I loved RE7 and I've been a fan since the beginning and no I don't like Call of Duty.
Playing Resident Evil 6 was good, thinking it as a Resident Evil game still threatens to trigger migraines, it was a competent action game trying to continue a franchise built storyline only to hermitage loop holes and illogical set pieces. Resident Evil 7 was a turn that needed to be made, return to focus on the horror element that made Resident Evil famous to begin with. Was Resident Evil 7 perfect? No. Had they not changed their creative outlook and continued down the same route as 6 ..... God only knows.....
RE needed a return to resource management, scares, and actual mystery. I got a good dose of all three for the first time since 4. Turning the game into another 5 or 6 would've been a mistake, and fortunately Capcom knew this.
https://twitter.com/cvxfrea... Well Capcom didn't complete abandon action re style
No, but they did keep action from being the entire point.
Yeah, I'm sure PT had nothing to do with the decision on Resident Evil 7.
I love RE7 especially in VR and didnt really like 6 much, to each its on!!
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