So yesterday I reviewed Resident Evil 6, and I didn't like it, which was sad. The critics have been very split on the whole thing, with scores ranging from from the very low to the very high. It's a polarizing experience, that much is true.
However, this video demonstrates that I may be scientifically wrong. In fact, everybody who hated it is wrong. Because of this. A shared moment of beauty, as man and beast lock eyes. Swaying in the wind, on the currents of adversity. How could we be so heartless as to watch this and not weep internally for the human condition?
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