Resident Evil Village Review: A Worthy Sequel

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To review Resident Evil Village is to put together all the pieces of a massive, constantly changing franchise and see what happens. Nick Calandra and Marty Sliva have played through Capcom’s eighth entry in the mainline Resident Evil franchise and find that it is a worthy sequel, even if the story is a bit shallow and the main antagonists are a little underutilized.

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Marty Sliva
Marty Sliva was the Deputy Editor of The Escapist. He's been writing and hosting videos about games, movies, television, and popular culture since 2011, and was with The Escapist from 2019 until 2023. In a perfect world, he'd be covering Zelda, Persona, and the hit TV series Lost on a daily basis.