In episode 12 of my Resident Evil Village walkthrough series, we start off by nipping over to another pool to do a bit of fishing before heading back to the merchant and getting him to cook up a nice dish that increases Ethan’s movement permanently.
We also take the time to fully upgrade the M1897 Shotgun and the M1851 Wolfsbane Magnum. These little beauties are going to do some serious damage now!
With the weapons upgraded, Ethan heads over to the Lycan stronghold, but he stops off on the way to do a bit of looting and gather some “Quality Meat”. This barn is occupied by a big old lumpy dude wielding a giant axe, and he’s protective of his meat stash!
Ethan takes him down with a grenade launcher/wolfsbane combo and is rewarded with a “Giant Crystal Axe” that he can flog off to the merchant for some more reddies.
With the side trip done and dusted, Ethan heads into the Lycan stronghold for some sniping and a bit more looting. These Lycans have no idea what’s hit them in Resident Evil Village episode 12.
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Resident Evil Village on Mac OS M1 Silicon
Welcome to my walkthrough series of the famous Resident Evil Village – on Mac!
Who’d have funk it? A triple-A game on the M1 chip.
Now, I know what you’re thinking, “No way! It’s going to be crap! The Mac can’t run a game like Resi Village!” WELL, TRUST ME – YOU’RE WRONG!!
This game runs almost perfectly – almost!
There are no issues with the gameplay, but there are a couple of problems with the cut scenes. The audio and the subtitles fall out of sync with the video, which is frustrating, to say the least. However, the gameplay has no such issues and runs flawlessly.
I am using Keyboard & mouse for control; however, you can use the Xbox controller. I have tried both and find the keyboard & mouse far more responsive than the controller.
I am playing it on the Apple M1 chip, Mac OS Ventura 13.3.1 system.
You can buy this title through the Apple App Store. At the time of making these videos, the Apple App Store held a notification on whether your Mac could run the game, which is very handy indeed.