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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Banned Footage Vol. 2

Rating Summary

Based on 14 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

68

Top Critic Average

50%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Feb 14, 2017
Xbox OneFeb 14, 2017
PCFeb 14, 2017

Publisher: Capcom

Genres: Horror, First-Person Shooter

This newly unearthed footage exposes further secrets from the dark past of the Baker family.

- 21: Take part in a twisted card game where the stakes are your life.
- Daughters: Experience the events that unfolded on the night it all started, when the downfall of the Bakers was set in motion.
Includes the extra bonus content Jack's 55th Birthday.

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Mighty Head
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Strong Head
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Fair Head
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Weak Head
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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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TheSixthAxis

Unscored
Jim Hargreaves

Banned Footage Vol. 2 is just as experimental as it is optional. Although Daughters gives some much-needed context to the game's backstory, nothing here is a must-see.

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God is a Geek

7 / 10.0
God is a Geek

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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Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Unscored
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

So, is all this worth [the money]? I wouldn't say so. You could blow through it all in three hours, and it's unlikely that you'd play most of it ever again. The only elements of it that I'd say you even need to see are Bedroom and Daughters, but even those are one-shot affairs.

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