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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem
Hey, I'm Ryan aka Dusk Golem or AestheticGamer. I make games under , horror enthusiast writer YTber who streams sometimes, long tweet walls.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem 2h
I don't avoid talking about it? Just people don't ask about it often. I have long, complicated thoughts on the game. I've beaten it 5 times all the way through to date & beaten individual chapters plenty, Hell I've even put a lot of hours into the multiplayer modes with friends.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem 3h
Replying to @AestheticGamer1
(5/5) boss fights, even better music and homages to the series history, & it's 5-7 hours long like the main game even. I think they took ORC's criticisms & made the DLC better. But it's hard to recommend the DLC as need base game. Main Game: 4.5/10 Spec-Ops Campaign DLC: 7/10
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem 3h
Replying to @AestheticGamer1
(4/5) time & beat the game. Now, the weird thing is I actually like the DLC campaign in ORC. It's actually better than the main game in about every way. It has a better story, it got a revamped better looking lighting engine, it's better paced, better designed, has some decent
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem 3h
Replying to @AestheticGamer1
(3/5) a little over a year later, I gave it another chance and weirdly liked it a bit more a second time. I don't know what changed, maybe I had the right expectations. I still insist it's not a very good game, it has terrible bosses, meh level design, but I had more fun the 2nd
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem 3h
Replying to @AestheticGamer1
(2/5) I can honestly say I actually hated it. Like the level design was bad, the combat did not feel fun, it felt wrong, I was not having a good time. I got to the part past the Hospital fire & kinda' gave up with friends, I just did not like it. BUT With the same group I played
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem 3h
(1/5) So keep in mind I've never played Operation Raccoon City's multiplayer modes, I've heard from some friends that was the most fun part. I've played ORC & it's DLC campaign in 4-player co-op twice through each though (main campaign 2 & a half times). When I first played ORC,
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem 3h
Replying to @futuredonkibunk
Jack's 55th Birthday was, the other stuff was made for it though.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem 3h
Replying to @AestheticGamer1
There's other RE games that have had DLC, I just think none of them came close to the same level as RE5 & RE7 (maybe with the exception of Operation Raccoon City, where the DLC campaign is better than the main game & just as long, but that still wasn't as good).
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem 4h
Just curious, which Resident Evil game did you think had better DLC? RE5 or RE7? RE5 had Lost in Nightmares, Desperate Escape & Versus Mode. RE7 had Not a Hero, End of Zoe & Banned Footage Vol. 1&2 (Nightmare, Bedroom, 21, Daughters, Ethan Must Die, Jack's 55th Birthday).
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem 8h
Replying to @ResBio1
Degeneration is between RE4 & RE5. This is after Vendetta.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem Oct 23
I think honestly part of it is Resident Evil has already proven to be a sellable film franchise, IE all the Paul Anderson movies did very well in the box office, actually insane for a 6-film series of questionable quality. Capcom may have more experience negotiating from that too
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Whitney Oct 23
Replying to @Vixenility
The boiler explosion was a cover up by the cult. Alessa was burned in a ritual to impregnate her with God by Dahlia and such is stated in SH3 and supplementary materials. I go over it and the boiler theory in video you are interested. 😀
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem Oct 23
Replying to @iangregg25
Follow-up, re-reading that interview, it's pretty clear to me what he's saying is the film reboot is retelling the first 2 games in their own way, & his series is a branching off sequel to the first 8 games, as in the first 8 games happened. He doesn't say its canon to the games.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem Oct 23
Replying to @NadjoNero
It'll release fine, I've been concerned about that, Capcom has talented people. Just some decisions on the project made based on what's happening in dev as it were.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem Oct 23
Replying to @iangregg25
Ultimately what Capcom considers canon is canon to the games, though as this series stars New Raccoon City I assume it's following the game's mythology a bit.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem Oct 23
Replying to @iangregg25
It's not. The 3D CG animated Netflix series is canon to the game's universe, but Capcom consider the two live-action series as non-canon to the games, separate universes.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem Oct 23
Replying to @amin211366
Unknown at this point for both series. But we know Infinite Darkness comes out in 2021.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem Oct 23
Replying to @amin211366
Infinite Darkness is (though it's a TV series, not a movie), the upcoming film reboot & the Netflix series are now.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem Oct 23
Replying to @SomeRaulCruz
Yes.
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AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem Oct 23
Replying to @AestheticGamer1
Leon and Claire somewhere after the events of Vendetta (same animation studio that made Vendetta), the White House experiences an outbreak while Claire Redfield checking on a friend finds them dead and with strange things on the site that lead her to investigate. There you go.
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