After immense terror, I have finally finished Resident Evil 7

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Below is a link to the first episode of my playthrough (I made a playlist so all episodes should be available here as well). This is the first horror game I have ever completed, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I greatly appreciate all who give it a moment of their time.

 
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Below is a link to the first episode of my playthrough (I made a playlist so all episodes should be available here as well). This is the first horror game I have ever completed, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I greatly appreciate all who give it a moment of their time.

First horror game ever completed? What do you mean? Ho old are you? What other stuff did you play, but could not finish? I can recommend some really great horror games since 1999, which i liked even more than RE7.
 

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First horror game ever completed? What do you mean? Ho old are you? What other stuff did you play, but could not finish? I can recommend some really great horror games since 1999, which i liked even more than RE7.
These were my thoughts as well.

While you don't need to play the other Resident Evils to know what's going on in Resident Evil 7, it seems a strange choice as a first completed horror game. I look forward to seeing the answers to your questions, Artas.

Leon S Kennedy: We are all entitled to our opinions and I respect your right to not like Resident Evil 7, but I'm curious what you found so horrible about this game that it made you hate the series, especially considering, in my experience, most people seem to dislike Resident evil 5 and 6 far more than they disliked Resident Evil 7.
 
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I think Resident Evil 7 should have a big replay factor.

After finishing the game you don't have much things to do. New weapons and a dificult mode are just plain extra content.

Resident Evil 4 (PS2 and Wii versions) humiliate Resident Evil 7 regarding extra content.
 

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I think Resident Evil 7 should have a big replay factor.

After finishing the game you don't have much things to do. New weapons and a dificult mode are just plain extra content.

Resident Evil 4 (PS2 and Wii versions) humiliate Resident Evil 7 regarding extra content.
I disagree. I feel that RE7 has the most replay factor out of all the games in the series. You get new items every time you beat the game and it allows you to complete the game again to unlock more. For example there's the 4 hour speed run. It's the only game in the series who's hardest difficulty (Madhouse) actually changes up the game more and is more than just enemies dealing more damage and having more health.

I don't understand this argument at all because it simply isn't true. No other Resident Evil title offers more replayability than RE7 as far as I am aware.

The only other exception might be Resident Evil: Revelations 2 since you can do the time attack mode as well as the Invisible mode, neither which are really that fun to be honest. The HD port of RE0 also offers Wesker mode which is kind of silly.
 
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It might have more replaybility than other games, but it's still a "poor content" compared to games like Resident Evil 4.

The average gamer (that is only worried about finishing it, not with achieving 100% of the game ) will abandon Resident Evil 7 after the credits screen.