Resident Evil Village is out in stores today. You can buy the full game and had Lady Dimitrescu stomping all over your face in no time. However, you might not want to do that if you haven’t tried it yet. Capcom extended the time that the last demo for the game is live until May 9, so you’ve still got the weekend to try it out before you buy into it fully. I’m not putting this out there to try to put you off the game. Far from it, I think it’s well worth buying. The thing is, I also believe that you should try something as much as possible before you place any money down on it.
Games are expensive, and Resident Evil Village is no exception. That’s okay though because paying for games funds the developer, which pays for people to do what they love and have a secure income from it. Buying games can be a waste of money though. If you don’t like a certain type of game, then you’re not going to buy it. Resident Evil Village is a very different game though. It’s got horror through and through, but there’s also action and some other stuff thrown in for good measure. It’s not your typical game, so even those who despise horror might actually find they enjoy it.
The only way you’ll know this right now is if you download the demo and try it. It costs you nothing, and it might end up swaying you one way or the other. You never know what your opinion will be after an hour with a game. With that said, some games require more than an hour to impress you. If you know that you’re going to love Resident Evil Village regardless of what type of game it is, then you should just go ahead and buy it. This article is simply a reminder that the demo is still readily available for you to play. It allows you to have an hour in total between the village and castle areas, and you can do whatever you want within that hour.