These days, putting the words "horror" and "Resident Evil" together in the same sentence may feel like some form of irony (which is made even more ironic by the fact that RE started the whole Survival Horror genre), so it is actually a very welcome surprise that the recently released, 4-episode Revelations sequel comes out with roots and gameplay deeply focused on the original horror aspects of the series' origins while still providing a good degree of the action packed combat that RE has been bringing to the table lately. Simply put, if you are looking for a good horror game, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is a good game to go for.
It is easy to grow frustrated and wary of the first few hours of gameplay that Dying Light offers –you are literally dropped into the middle of a massive city full of obstacles, flimsy weapons, and hordes of the undead that will kill you if you end up getting surrounded by them. Then when night falls, you spend the whole time trying to hide from anything that wants to take a bite out of you (or if you are clumsy, get detected and spend the whole time madly dashing for someplace safe to hole up in). The city of Harran may be unforgiving and cruel to those who are new, but once you get used to it, the gameplay changes tone and enjoyment multiplies.