The spooks came early in 2017, with a first-person Resident Evil that we loved. “It’s a return to the atmospheric, slow-burning horror of the original, with a few nods to contemporary games like Alien: Isolation and Amnesia,” wrote Andy in our review. Later, he elaborated on how the game saved a troubled series.
Needless to say, Andy’s a fan, as is the rest of PC Gamer. James also tried RE7 on PSVR andlamented the exclusivity deal that’s currently preventing us from such a good (horrifying) VR experience on PC. It’s a damn shame, as he said, but otherwise the PC version is in good shape—outside of its 90 fps cap and lack of ultrawide support.