Resident Evil Village: Why I love this gothic horror masterpiece

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Video by Matt S.

(Apologies that there’s some background noise in this video – there was a heavy rain storm going on as I recorded the voice track for this one)

Resident Evil Village is the latest in Capcom’s long-running series, and it’s also one of the most different entries we’ve ever seen. It’s a work of genuine gothic horror, and that makes it very different to all the B-action stuff we’ve seen previously.

In this video, I discuss how the gothic theme changes up what Resident Evil offers, and why I think it was a good move for the series.

Be sure to let me know how you’ve found the game once you’ve got going with it!


– Matt S.
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