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Age Rating: 12+
Review System: Oculus Rift CV1
Price at Time Of Review: Free
Comfort Rating: Green
Size: 111.69 MB
Controller System: Gamepad
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi Player: No
Intro: “Let’s try this again, Mackenzie. We’re sick and tired of your lip. You’re not gonna talk your way out of this. So we’ve made this simple. We’re going to ask you questions. And you’re going to reply by nodding yes or no. Get it?” Your hands are cuffed. Your mouth is gagged. The door reads Room 202. Navigate your way using only the movement of your head and your smarts as a couple of dirty cops pepper you with questions. Will you sing?
Review: Room 202 sees you start off gagged and being interrogated by 2 good cop / bad cop police officers. You can’t talk and you are handcuffed, the only way to communicate is by nodding or shaking your head and you have to try and get yourself out of trouble even though the gun used to kill the victim was right next to you in the crime scene. Of course, it is not that easy and you have to work out when to nod and when to shake you head. At times you will have to lie to the cops just to get away with it. Knowing when to tell the truth and when to lie is what this game is all about.
Verdict: This is an odd game with a strangely realising way of playing it. Answering the questions asked by shaking or nodding my head felt so natural and I was soon lying through my teeth just to try and get to whatever the end is, but there are multiple ways to end this game. I have been shot, kicked out, beat all in the name of trying to get the truth from me. With a strange Film noir / Minecraft style, it looks pretty good as well. While just a short experience for now, I would love to see this become a full game.