Price at Time Of Review: £13.99
Comfort Rating: Yellow
Size: 1.86 GB
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: 18+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 65
Description: Paper Dolls is a first-person VR horror game with a hint of Asian culture. The story begins with a man driving his daughter to his estranged wife’s house. On the road, this man, tortured by depression, was deeply immersed in his past memories. Suddenly, his car crashed and he lost consciousness. When the man woke up, he found himself, daughter-less, in a deserted ancient Chinese house.
Review: Paper Dolls is your classic VR horror experience that offers all the jump scares, creepy graphics and scary sounds that most of them do. But sadly it doesn’t bring anything new to the genre and while that doesn’t make this a bad experience at all, it is still nothing worthy of recommendation. While still enjoyable if you like the genre I really can’t pick anything out that all the other horror games have done before it. So if you like many of the other VR horror experience, do consider giving this a go.