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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Banned Footage Vol. 2

Capcom
Feb 14, 2017 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

68

Top Critic Average

50%

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Metro GameCentral
6 / 10
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80 / 100
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5.5 / 10
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5 / 10
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8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Banned Footage Vol. 2

Metro GameCentral

GameCentral
6 / 10
Metro GameCentral

A disappointment given the quality of the first volume, and although the new Mercenaries-eque mode is fun the two story missions are not.

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The Banned Footage DLC comes to a close with the finest episode to date, in Daughters, but the rest still feels like content cut from the main game.

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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Banned Footage Vol. 2 is arguably an even better piece of DLC than its already excellent predecessor, but our excitement for the additions is tempered by frustration that they should have been included with the main game. We liked the core campaign as it was, but with these packs bolted on it could have scored higher. Still, what you have here is some truly inventive content that repurposes the game's main mechanics in a variety of interesting and exciting ways.

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Banned Footage Vol. 2 is a great expansion for the great Resident Evil 7. Daughters show us what happened with the Bakers when they met their destiny, and 21 and Jack’s 55h Birthday are pretty good mini games that also expands the narrative of the main game.

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Banned Footage Vol. 2 is a more conservative approach to Resident Evil 7's post-release program. It plays in the same space as Vol. 1—both are insistent and diverse recasts of Resident Evil 7's components—but it exchanges chaos for stability. Eccentric blackjack, exacting resource management, and a condensed, comfortable reprise of the proper game are suitable, if not safe, slices of content.

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Banned Footage Vol. 2 is a mixed assortment of intriguing ideas that don't pan out or leave lasting impressions. With less depth and replay value to boot, it's harder to recommend in light of its puzzling price of entry.

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'Rushed' is the politest thing one could say about Resident Evil 7's second DLC, Banned Footage Vol.2. Sure, it's easy to stomach a horror version of Blackjack, as well as a silly mini-game such as Jack's 55th Birthday, but it's hard doing the same with an extremely subpar prelude chapter, which could otherwise be the crowning glory of it all.

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GameSkinny

Ash Bash
GameSkinny

Resident Evil 7's 2nd DLC offers a sickening experience for fans.

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