I found the DLC inconsistent, but don’t regret buying it
After a window of timed exclusivity on PlayStation 4, Capcom has now released Banned Footage Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 for Resident Evil 7 on Xbox One and PC. They’re priced at $10 and $15, respectively.
My thoughts on Banned Footage Vol. 1 fall in line with Zack’s, which you can hear more about in his full review. In short: “Bedroom” is a nerve-wracking escape-the-room puzzle scenario with Marguerite that I loved but likely won’t play again, the survival-centric “Nightmare” is surprisingly loads of fun, and “Ethan Must Die” is too damn punishing for me to want to try and make more headway.
As for Banned Footage Vol. 2, I’ve only just dipped my toes in so far. There’s a Baker family prequel story in “Daughters,” a silly arcade mode about feeding daddy called “Jack’s 55th Birthday,” and a Saw-like game of Blackjack with Lucas that is real messed up if you’re playing in VR, let me tell ya.
Some of this DLC is good, some less so. Get it if you’re dying for more RE7, otherwise, hold off.