Resident Evil VII: Biohazard

Global Total as of 18th Feb 2017 (units): 1.68m
Platform: PlayStation 4Also on: Microsoft Windows, Xbox One
Developer: Capcom Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.42m 25.1%
+ Europe: 0.74m 44.3%
+ Japan: 0.29m 17.4%
+ Rest of the World: 0.22m 13.2%
= Global 1.68m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Resident Evil VII: Biohazard CapcomNorth America24th January 2017Retail
Resident Evil VII: Biohazard CapcomEurope24th January 2017Retail
Resident Evil VII: Biohazard CapcomJapan26th January 2017Retail

Game Overview

Resident Evil VII: Biohazard is an action game developed by Capcom and released on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One.

Comments

WagnerPaiva (on 13 March 2017)
@SubiyaCryolite At least 9 out of 10. I
agree. It is like a very modern Resident
Evil 2.
SubiyaCryolite (on 12 March 2017)
I just finished the game last night. Its
a great return to form. 9/10
darkneal (on 11 March 2017)
Finally, a good Resident Evil game
again, its been a long time coming.
(Resi 4 was the last one that was
top-drawer imo) Hopefully cause its a
different beat to the more action
friendly wider audience Resi has picked
up over the years it will have massive
legs instead of the massive initial
sales its gotten used to, and finish
with numbers that represent its
excellence. (although the sales so far
are decent already)
WagnerPaiva (on 10 March 2017)
First things first: When I read Capcom
was going back to their horror roots
with REVII I thought "Yeah, right, fat
chance..."

I had no faith whatsoever
in this game, but I bought it because I
wanted a AAA game to play with my shinny
PSVR headset.
Well, that did not went
well.
After 2 hours playing the game in
PSVR I decided I am too much of a coward
to go through it, I almost died 5 times
of a heart attack.
So, I put both
away.
Then, I had a plan: finish the
game in normal mode, to know where the
scares are, then do it again in
VR.
Well, first thing: the game is at
least 50% less scary in normal mode,
even playing in 49 inches 4K curve HDR
TV.
But, I got tell you guys, it is
still scary, scream in horror
scary.
Now I am 7 hours into. That
because I stop after for a rest, a brain
rest mind you, cause the game is so well
crafted that I fear it could drive me
insane if I went right through it.
When
I was a teenager I played Silent Hill.
And after finishing it, I had nightmares
about it.
I got say: I dreamed about
RE7 4 times already, and the scenes,
sounds and even music stay with me: it
is a masterpiece.
So, I think it is the
most amazing horror game I ever played
in my life, and no matter how much it
sells, it is less than it
deserves.

One thing though: beware
playing it in VR, it is almost dangerous
if you have a heart condition.
I am so
amazed.
Anfebious (on 07 March 2017)
Excellent idea! I'm sure me and a few
other millions will be really happy
about it.
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