System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £2.09
Comfort Rating: Green
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 65
Description: Your eyes take a moment to adjust, you’re disoriented as you wake up, unsure of where you are. You vaguely remember falling, but you have no idea where you landed. “None have disturbed my slumber and escaped alive!” The ominous voice booms as you realize the entrance has been blocked and you are trapped in a tomb alongside an ancient Pharaoh; you need to escape! There must be a hidden passage somewhere, but instead of doors, you encounter a series of puzzles. Use the ancient artifacts to solve the Pharaoh’s riddles or face his wrath and be doomed to the darkness of the tomb for the rest of eternity.
Review: Lost Legends: The Pharaoh’s Tomb is a room-scale escape puzzle of sorts in which you need to solve various Egyptian themed puzzles to escape. Some require you to put things back together, the others require a code of hieroglyphs. It’s not a terrible looking game at all and while you are playing it is nicely immersive. But sadly it only lasts for 10 minutes! It really does take longer to download and install this all than it does to play through the whole thing. Sure, it only costs £2.09 but even then it is a hard sell. Personally, I would wait for a sale or grab it in a bundle. It is worth a look, but its way t short to offer any price it’s value for money.