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An ordinary man must embark on a search to find his missing wife that leads him to an abandoned house where a mysterious family lives who harbor an evil secret within the house and themselves.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Todd Soley Todd Soley ... Ethan Winters (voice)
Katie O'Hagan ... Mia Winters (voice)
Jack Brand Jack Brand ... Jack Baker (voice)
Sara Coates ... Marguerite Baker (voice)
Jesse Pimentel ... Lucas Baker (voice)
Giselle Gilbert ... Zoe Baker (voice)
Paula Rhodes ... Young Eveline (voice)
Pat McNeely ... Old Eveline (voice) (as Patricia McNeely)
Robert Vestal ... Peter Walken (voice)
Christopher Ashman ... Andre Stickland (voice)
Hari Williams ... David Anderson - Police Deputy (voice)
Kip Pardue ... Alan Douglas (voice)
David Vaughn ... Chris Redfield (voice)
John Sutton John Sutton ... Soldier (voice)
Mike Tarnofsky ... Soldier (voice)
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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard[a] is a survival horror game developed and published by Capcom, released in January 2017 for Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and in May 2018 for the Nintendo Switch (Japan). Following the more action-oriented Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6, Resident Evil 7 returns to the franchise's survival horror roots, emphasizing exploration. The player controls Ethan Winters as he searches for his wife in a derelict plantation occupied by the cannibal Baker family, solving puzzles and fighting enemies. It is the first main series game to use the first-person view.

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Marguerite Baker: [stopping Mia from escaping the Old House] Where do you think you're going?
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Ethan Winters: [after watching Mia's video] What did they do to you, Mia?
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Great Return To Form
26 January 2017 | by cousbrojsSee all my reviews

As many of you know, Resident Evil is a longstanding franchise that is beloved by many. Whether you loved the original 3 games, or the more action oriented follow up, or even the spin-offs, one things for sure; the series has evolved and become something unique over the years. And while 5 and 6 may have pushed the action to the forefront more than I would have liked, I still found those games to be enjoyable, even if the wider community loathed them. Many people complained about Resident Evil going over the top with more action and wanted the series to go back to being what it was, survival horror. And when the announcement was made for 7, everybody lost their minds! But when they saw the first person perspective,just like the games, fans were divided straight down the middle. Both sides had their fair share of reasons. So, how is Resident Evil 7? Well, for me at least, it was awesome!

The combat, weapons, inventory system, moment to moment game play, backtracking and newly added videotape mini games are great and used very well. While boss battles and enemy encounters are both frightening and exciting. The first person perspective doesn't bother me, but it does have it's problems. The perspective can be clunky at times and the camera speed is a bit annoying, even when turning it up, still feels boxed out. And during boss battles it does feel like a difficulty spike on it's own. It's a nuisance, but you get used to it. Now, apart from the Baker family (main antagonists) there are 3 enemy types. Yes, 3, called the Molded. And while they're not difficult, they are usually presented by a jump scare. There is also a small amount of them, which is surprising. You face them enough times to creep you out and give you the occasional fright, but never enough to fully overwhelm you. The puzzles are there, and can take a bit of time to solve, but they are generally easy to figure out when you concentrate, especially since the clues are relatively scattered in the area in the form of notes. And the main plot is simple, but has layers of complexity to them,as does every Resident Evil game. And while it gets a bit predictable, it's still very enjoyable and even has tie in with the main Resident Evil story line, which many fans felt would be omitted. I do wish they kept it out of the main series plot, since it could have entirely been a separate entity, but if they do use this new Molded virus for future games then I guess it would have served as both an introduction and origin. Interesting stuff too, when you read up n the notes that come before the final boss. Oh and the boss fights. They are entertaining, crazy, over the top and exciting. It feels like boss fights you encounter in 4, 5 and 6. Trust me, it may be a bit more grounded, but it's still Resident Evil. You know the bosses were going to be bonkers!

Now, before I end my review, many people are angry that there is a supernatural element. Saying there are ghosts and demons and stuff. It's bull. Absolute bull. Those are the people who watched a let's play half way through, saw something resembling ghosts and came to the conclusion that it now has supernatural elements. I'll tell you now, that is has something to do with the new virus infection, not supernatural bull. Also, there are two endings, good and bad. I won't spoil anything but just make the obvious choice when it's presented. All in all, this is a great return to form for Resident Evil. It's not entirely perfect, but its a great experience with nice ties to the series story line. Now to wait for the extra content(game doesn't tie up loose ends)


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