System: Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Go
Price at Time Of Review: £5.99
Comfort Rating: Green (No Movement)
Genre: Interactive Experience
Input: Touchpad, Gamepad
Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing
Age Rating: 15+
Description: The team that created White Night has gathered once again to offer you a hauntingly unique VR experience. Somewhere between Twin Peaks and The X-Files, Dark Days is a new fantastic virtual reality adventure. You will have to discover what’s going on with an eerie desert motel and its surroundings by solving a number of puzzles. Immerse yourself in the rich environments you will come across, but be careful and smart! Something is roaming around you…
Review: For those who don’t know, this is a sort of follow-up to White Night. Only this time it isn’t the 1930’s it modern times and things have moved on. Once again it is a dark exploration puzzle game with a horror story wrapped around it. Ending up in a very spooky hotel that has more than it’s share of secrets you have to work out what happened to the missing people and what is going on around this Psycho-inspired place.
We’ve played a lot of Gear VR games (almost all of them in fact) but this has to be one of the most immersive Gear VR games we’ve played. Even as a player you easily feel trapped in the nightmare of the game and always on edge because you just never know who or what will come along next. For anyone who enjoyed games like Silent Hill this is a must.