Resident Evil Village was a huge success for Capcom, garnering positive reviews from critics and audiences alike, while setting itself on the path to becoming the best-selling entry in the series. Now, it’s even managed to land a spot in the PlayStation Editors’ Choice rooms.
“Resident Evil Village excels at combining an absurdly fun story with intense action,” opened the distinction, “[Its] Incredible boss fights, exquisite tension, and a brooding atmosphere earn it a spot.”
Currently, there are 64 games in this library that you can browse in the PlayStation Store. These vary from Little Nightmares 2 to Yakuza: Like a Dragon to Beat Saber and Celeste.
PlayStation’s Editor’s Choice Awards last year represented the mood of The Game Awards with The Last of Us Part 2 and Ghost of Tsushima picking up wins and nominations, so it should serve as a good indication of the trajectory critically acclaimed Village in the future. month.
Capcom’s latest survival horror hit will no doubt be pushed into awards season. That being said, it’s not the first Resident Evil to land a spot in PlayStation’s Editors’ Choice catalog.
Resident Evil 2 and 3 can both be found alongside it, with the former also winning awards such as Ultimate Game of the Year at the Golden Joystick ceremony. However, the producer behind these properties, including Biohazard, in which he made a physical appearance, has left the studio, but the future is bright for Resident Evil fans if the last four entries have anything to have.
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