Price at Time Of Review: £19.99
Comfort Rating: Red
Size: 1.95 GB
Best Playing Position: Standing or Sitting
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 90
Description: Immerse yourself in a story about a psychological disorder. Explore rooms, find items to reveal what really happened. Follow your heart and decide what is the truth in the end. VR-Exclusive Puzzle Solving: Over 20 puzzles dedicatedly designed for VR interaction. Each is carefully tweaked to balance between difficulty, entertainment and interactivity. Plus six story-independent secret puzzles to reward those who carefully examined every inch of the game. Realistic Experience: Traverse over 20 rooms in the mansion Top-level graphics in VR makes you feel just there. The music made by Pantawit Studio will make you even more immersed than ever.
Review: I was hoping that this was a VR remake of a TV series I was enjoying, but alas it isn’t. This is a puzzle room game that looks pretty darn good. But it is the storyline that really carries this game. While it isn’t as creepy as some people would like it keeps you involved and the storey ticks along at a good pace mixed in with some puzzles (some of which are very tough indeed). There are only 2 chapters of this storyline at the moment with part 3 coming soon as DLC which is said to finish the story up (this will be free at least), so, all in all, you get about 6-8 hours gameplay (including the yet to be released chapter) which isn’t too bad at all. While some might be tired of the genre, I still love this and highly recommend it.