Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth (Steam VR)

Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth (Steam VR)

System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £1.99
Comfort Rating: Red
Genre: Horror
Input: Keyboard & Mouse
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 65

Description: Our horror arcade videogame Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth is now one year old and a renewed, involving Anniversary Update has finally been released. Face the Insanity in this new update that will add new several elements in the Labyrinth. The final glitches have been fixed and the Shadows’ AI has been refined. The Shadows’ presence in the bigger maps has been enhanced, too. You will even find them quarrelling, from time to time. Creepy, isn’t it?




Review: If you want a big horror adventure game with some amazing graphics and creepy storyline this is not the game for you. Insane Decay of Mind: The Labyrinth offers a few good jump scares and some randomness making the game different every time you play it…and that is sadly about it. The graphics are basic at best, in VR it’s nauseating and hard to play and some of the jumpscares and not scary at all, in fact, some of them are pretty funny! But for just £1.99 what did you expect it to be like? It’s cheap, worth playing on Haloween for the jumpscares and that is about it. If you can grab it for cheap in a sale or collection I would definitely do it.



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