I highly recommend this product - but I need to first and foremost clarify that it is a experience and not much of a “game”. That isn’t a bad thing, you just need to know that going in.

I won’t retread the stuff that everyone else said - about the 5 viewpoints, 15 minutes long, etc., etc. - what I want to call out is the acting and execution of the story. You could hurry through the game and skim all the scenes to get the information you need in order to answer the 3 questions and “finish” the game, but that’s not really the best way to experience the content. I think the three questions are mainly there to give you a starting point for your investigation.

Real player with 1.7 hrs in game

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I love the presentation and I want to see more of this. There were parts of the story that didn’t gel for me.

Too short for the price (at under 60 minutes).

Nevertheless, recommended. Just get it on sale.

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game


Seeker: My Shadow

Seeker: My Shadow

Experienced on the Oculus Quest 2

You can view my review & gameplay here:

This is a charming casual puzzle game geared for kids. I think it’s meant to be played local co-op with the a parent to play with their child. Either can play the giant spirit using motion controllers to move objects or crank levers, while the other moves around the cute little Seeker around the puzzle level.

The game consists of 1 chapter and 20 levels. It took me approximately 2.5 hours to complete, but I did have to repeat several of the levels because I skipped out on collecting eggs early on (and then later the game didn’t properly record my egg finding). You can play the game perfectly fine seated or standing single-player or for local co-op the other person can control the seeker with a gamepad or KBM.

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

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Fun but sometimes difficult game, but thats the fun in it, i like a game with a little challenge :)

Real player with 2.1 hrs in game

Seeker: My Shadow on Steam

A Wake Inn

A Wake Inn

Very good exploration puzzle horror game…

Graphics are excellent, audio sfx are on point, performance takes a dip some times, but its not constant or overtly annoying (i have a 1080).

The ambience on this game is really well done, you feel the tension in every room and part of the building.

Story flows at a good pace, and while it was a bit confusing at first i got the gist of it and understood what what happening.

The inventory system is really cool, like no holsters or menus, you grab stuff and place it in your carry on, it has a few mechanics that make you think “hey thats pretty clever use of vr”.

Real player with 5.7 hrs in game

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This is one of the most atmospheric and immersive games I’ve played in VR. The environments are beautiful, eerie, and richly detailed. The ambient sounds are entrancing. The hotel feels expansive but the environments gently guide you in the right direction as you progress. The level of horror has been just right for me so far. It’s slow and creepy but punctuated by moments of intense action and unsettling discoveries.

As other reviewers have mentioned, your experience with this game might be spoiled by the awkwardness of the controls or by motion sickness. My will to progress in this game has often been at odds with my stomach. I settled upon using the joystick mounted on the wheelchair for movement in the game. I found this method to be immersive while allowing me to play short sessions with minimal discomfort. The comfort settings are helpful, but I would prefer that the game include an option for reduced FOV for all movement, not just turning.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

A Wake Inn on Steam