System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £10.99
Comfort Rating: Red
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 65
Description: Ever wanted to know how the life of a thief is? It’s like a Sale, but everything is for free! Jewellery, game consoles, VR-Headsets, and even dogs! (Disclaimer: You can’t steal dogs inside the Game) Steal… buy the game and hop right into your new identity! There is a Thief in my House (TTH) is a level based game where you start working for a Thief-organization. You are new to the organization and first of all, you need to take the Thief training simulation in which you can break into houses, rob banks and steal expensive cars.
Review: There is a Thief in my House VR is a hidden object game of sorts in which you will be trying to get a shopping list of goods to place into your van. Sometimes things are not that easy as there are people in the house so you need to be stealthy and stay out of their eye-sights. Playing the game is a combination of fun and frustration as the controls can be patchy, to say the least, and the throwing mechanics & the collection detection are both appalling. With its basic graphics and lack of content this game isn’t really worth the current £10.99 asking price, but I would pay a few quid for it at least. Sadly it just doesn’t have the overall quality to be worth anything more than that.