Resident Evil 2’s gore is disgusting, and in tandem with the erratic zombie behavior and incredible atmosphere, helps play up the horror dramatically.
Smoke and Sacrifice is somewhat flawed and slow to play, but if you can managed to overcome these issues, there’s an entertaining game to be found.
Silver Lining closes things off on the same note as the entirety of this DLC, not explosively exciting, but not terribly either.
There’s a value for nostalgia, and if you have lacked the belief that it’s a motivating factor for selling products in this day and age, you needn’t look further than this collection in order to prove that.
Regardless of nostalgia, it was a blast reliving Onimusha in 2019.
Vane is shrouded in mystery. Right from the start, it drops you into its world with no preamble or context: It opens with a person running through a terrible storm, presumably trying to find shelter. As they approach a massive tower, a cloaked figure emerges and bars them from entering. The person remains laying on…