I like unboxing videos for informative reasons, hype reasons (I watched a number of PSVR unboxings while waiting for mine to arrive... just a fun way to build the excitement), and general inexplicable entertainment reasons.
Also, I'm not a fan of boxing, so it stands to reason that I would enjoy unboxing.
@gtb08: I'm kind of doing the same thing, playing through the games from the start, I'm nearly finished up with the REmake, but have no idea where I could pick up 2, as I only really have a PC and PS4. How did you go about playing through RE2?
There *is* a PC version of RE2, but the hoops you'd have to jump through to not only get it, but get it working, might not be worth it.
Your best bet, save for emulation, would honestly be to just get a PS1 and a copy of the game. Or even a PS2... might actually be even cheaper that way nowadays.
If I see that mountain over there, I'd like to go to it, but not every game needs to be a 100+hour journey either. There's not a damn thing wrong with linearity and a tight, 6-8 hour package. Open world isn't ruining games, but it is creeping in where it isn't needed from time to time.