System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £0.79
Comfort Rating: Red
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 80
Description: Directionless is an experimental Virtual Reality horror game. It tries out a variety of ways of using Virtual Reality to unnerve and disorient the player, with carefully crafted audio working with an interactive environment to pull you into a nightmarish world where you can’t trust anything.
You’ll begin in a harmless room, but after falling asleep and waking up at midnight, things that looked harmless before may seem a little bit more menacing, and soon enough the unsettling occurrences begin. But the environment isn’t the only threat: your own mind is liable to work against you. Directionless, in its core, is a collected effort to temporarily destroy your grip on reality.
Review: For a price that is less than a pack of nice biscuits, Directionless offers a pretty good VR experience. While it doesn’t last much more than 10 mins you do get a pretty trippy ride and while basic in graphics it does the job of delivering some good jump scares and leaves you feeling a little tipped out. Just as long as you don’t expect miracles from this experience you should be OK. But sadly you do get what you pay for here and that is not a lot at all.