System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £19.49
Comfort Rating: Yellow
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: 18+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 80
Description: The Exorcist: Legion VR is a fully interactive, episodic story set in the world created by horror maestro William Peter Blatty. Delve deep into the heart of the supernatural as you learn the trade of demonic exorcism and uncover secrets leading you towards a final confrontation with your darkest, most hidden fears. The Exorcist: Legion is part investigation, part exorcism… and all horror. The total playtime on this bundle is over 2 1/2 hours.
Review: I have decided to review ‘The Exorcist: Legion VR’ series of games as one big review of the “Deluxe Edition” to make things easier. You don’t need me to tell you The Exorcist: Legion VR is scary as hell and you will be crying like a little baby on several occasions. It looks great, feels deeply immersive and it just about all you would have wanted, expected and needed from a game with the ‘Exorcist’ brand name. The problem is that this is a little expensive costing £3.99 per episode and each episode lasting just over 20 minutes. Sure, you could play them again to find all the story parts, but then the jumpscares will seem boring and so will the experience. This collection that I am reviewing includes ‘Chapter 1: First Rites’, ‘Chapter 2: Idle Hands’, ‘Chapter 3: Skin Deep’, ‘Chapter 4: Samaritan’ and ‘Chapter 5: The Tomb’.
So is it worth a download? I have to say it is, even if I do think it is overpriced especially given that the “bundle” is EXACTLY the same price as them all individually (sorry, it’s minus £0.50P.) It looks great I suppose and like almost all VR horror games it is super scary, leaving you living in fear of your life on several occasions. For those of us who love the films, this is a must-download and anyone who loves VR horror. But either way I would wait for a sale before grabbing this bundle of them (or just buy them one by one!)