The Resident Evil establishment has been an ever display over the video game industry for more than two decades. In that time, it has had a boundless impact. It crawled into different genres. Additionally, it assumed a focal part in the advancement of survival horror, for better and in negative ways. Tragically, late titles in the establishment have fallen on the more negative side of said impact. Concentrating on action over horror, the arrangement has crept towards a lighter, less customary (and absolutely less welcome) story and tone.
Resident Evil 7 Didn’t Revive The Franchise
Gratefully, Capcom appears to have perceived this stumble. They perceived this after the shocking bloated mess that was Resident Evil 6. Additionally, accordingly, they have taken the establishment back to its survival horror roots.
With Resident Evil 7, the scandalous staples of the arrangement have returned in a completely new, more individual (and some would state nonspecific) shape. Survival horror is at the end of the day the name of the game. Moreover, power is no longer a God-given right. It must be earned and spent just when completely important. Be that as it may, not all is going admirably as the business figures are not that great as of Resident Evil 5.
Source: Cultured Vultures