I adored RE7 on so many levels. My favorite thing about it is that you can play it from front to back in VR, but not one time did I feel like I was getting an inferior experience because I wasn't using the headset. It made me want to buy a PSVR to play it again, but I didn't enjoy the game any less because of that.
It looks like the game is selling well, and Capcom deserves all the praise they get for a couple of reasons.
-7 months from announcement to release.
-Noticing a hunger for a game like this. They successfully adapted a known franchise to move the series forward, while generally maintaining the things that made RE great.
-Support for a platform (PSVR) whos user base is hungry for long form AAA games, without alienating people that are unable to play it that way.
My only criticism of the game is that once you learn the rules of the game, the tension falls of a little bit. That's probably more on me for playing so many games that I am able to identify these rules more easily, but its noticeable.
I hope they learned from the way this game was made and the things they are being praised for and apply it to their other franchises.