Resident Evil Village vs. Resident Evil 7: Which RE Game Is Better?

Z writes: "If you're wondering which is the better horror game between Resident Evil Village and RE7, let's break them both down for you"

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SCW198236d ago

So far as much as I am enjoying Village I have to give the nod to 7 that's one of the best horror games ever made

jukins36d ago

7 only beacause vr. I just cant get into re8 it doesnt feel scary like re7 did.

SullysCigar36d ago

RE8 isn't really finished until it releases on PSVR2 next year.

badboyz0936d ago

8 releasing on PSVR2? If so I'm waiting just like I'm doing cyberpunk for PS5.

SCW198236d ago (Edited 36d ago )

Bienviento house is one of the scariest things in any horror game ever created. Outside of that the game kind of feels to by the book and a bit safe. I like it but don’t love it. And your right it’s not scary aside from that one section.

Blackcanary36d ago

Bienviento house wasn't scary at all. Outlast is more scarier than that part of the game.

SCW198235d ago

Look everyone we got a tough guy here

NecrumOddBoy36d ago

Better is hard but I’m still playing Village. Both games play great on horror tropes. RE7 was more film tropes and Village plays in horror tropes in books and fairy tales. RE7 really hit the nail on the head for the first 85% and then sort of felt a little silly as it ramped up the action at the end. With Village, the action fits perfectly. When the game wants you to feel tense, the game ramps that up. When the game wants you to feel afraid and there is some horror here, it makes you live in fear. I’m nearing the end (10+ hours in) and I am very impressed with the story and gameplay. Village has an homage to RE4 like 7 did for the original in many ways. I’m still going to see how it plays out but there was a lot more here than expected and it’s been great!

TheRealTedCruz36d ago

I give it to 7. Both are solid experiences, but 7 is a much better horror experience.

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