Valley of Fear

Intro: Collect all ancient artifacts to survive in the creepy horrifying place.

• Deep dive into the terrifying atmosphere. True horror game.
• To easy? You have 5 difficulties to choose.
• Different levels. Each has a unique atmosphere.
• Comfortable control.
• Awesome graphics.

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Comfort Level: Extreme
Internet connection: Not Required
Number of Players: Single Player
Genre: Horror
Space required: 155.52 MB
Supported Controllers: Oculus Go Controller
Age Rating: 15+
Price: £2.29 ($3)
Movement: 360
Playing Position: Sitting (with swivel chair)

Oculus Go Silver Award

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Review: While there is not a lot wrong with Valley of Fear there isn’t a lot to love about it neither. With the automated movement being quite nauseating and the scariness kept to a bare minimum you are left with what essentially boils down to a giant hidden object game! While I personally found this to be a little bit of fun those looking for a real hidden object game will be left feeling disappointed and those looking for a decent horror game will be left feeling even worse! If you like the look of it via the review video maybe give it a go, Just don’t expect a lot of scare for your buck.
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