Reiko’s Fragments

Reiko’s Fragments

This is a great game, it has great opportunities for different modes and becoming more than it already is. This game is definitely worth trying out, and is a lot of fun to play with a group of people. The graphics are good, and I actually felt like I was walking around in a haunted house. The one big problem I have with this game is the little amount phone players can do to affect the game play experience. All they can do is blow some stuff around, slam a door, and make some noise every once in a while. It is things that might surprise the player, given the right time and place, but that’s it.

Real player with 68.0 hrs in game

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Party games are boring? Not interactive enough?


The game is basicly one player taking the place of playing in either VR or using a keyboard and mouse.

Goal of the game is to find the real Reiko and get the gate she is holding to a specific location.

Though there is an enemy in the game that cannot see you, but she can hear you.

The “crowd” controls the play space that the player is in. They control certain things in the game to make it a lot harder for the player to win. And when there can be up to 8 “crowd” players agains 1 player this is a perfectly unique 1v8 Horror game.

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Reiko's Fragments on Steam

The Persistence

The Persistence

What a great surprise is The Persistance VR !

Is too early to give a definitive review but so far I want to give this game a big thumb up !

I Recommend this for VR players.

So far the game is an 8/10 for me.

Here is a good gameplay video that shows different mechanics:

The game has a main story where the player is embodied on clones that can evolve in stats, and the player can unlock blueprints of new weapons and features. With those premises the game generates a procedural level with the current objective of the campaign.

Real player with 27.4 hrs in game

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Just completed the Main Campaign. I found the campaign to be well-balanced; it often took various attempts to get through each level, but the game fortunately saved major accomplishments as you went through the level, so you never had to replay too much of the current level. Ultimately,there was a steady sense of progression as you played the game, with the only exception being the final part of the game where you had only a single life left (HINT: Use the Captain’s DNA to double your health).

Real player with 27.0 hrs in game

The Persistence on Steam

Under Lock

Under Lock

am liking it so far just needs a few tweaks here and there but hey that’s what early access is for.

few complaints and hopes

1. flatface is kinda boring to play at the start being stuck in a locked room for %90 of the game isn’t very fun not as much of a problem once survivors get the lead out and start opening doors.

2. vr for da monstar. this is said to be done later we’ll see if it gets the budget to do that.

3.index support same deal as before said it will be done later but early access can be a bit of a gamble

Real player with 13.3 hrs in game

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Edited review -

I had this game set to not recommended, dev didn’t seem dedicated to it IMO. However one of my(and others) biggest complaint did get addressed, only one of each key. The dev does seem to be working on the game still and it’s a fun concept, its based on Damned the Asymmetrical horror game that pioneered this entire genre (Dead by Daylight came along a little later).

I’ve already lost interest in the game my self, but if you wanna give a try I say go for it. You will know in an hour or two if you like it. Player base is currently very low so I recommend you only get this is you have friends to play with….Although they did add a single player mode I see.

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

Under Lock on Steam



Though may are quick to chalk FOREWARNED up as another shitty Phasmophobia clone, they couldn’t be further from the truth. While both share the aspect of investigating spiritual happenings, that is just about where their similarities end. FOREWARNED places the player into the shoes of an archaeologist investigating Egyptian tombs that have seemingly came to fruition out of thin air. Inside these tombs, you will gather varying forms of evidence that are more closely related to science (e.g. metal detector, Geiger counter, electronic/magnetic disturbance, etc.). This is really the antithesis of Phasmophobia, which heavily focuses on more supernatural forms of evidence (e.g. EMF). During your expeditions into these forgotten monuments, you can expect to be faced with traps that will hinder your progress. Once all is well and done and you have discovered which Mejai you are dealing with, you must steal preserve the artifact located inside the inner tomb. Upon retrieval, the exit in the tomb will be blocked and you must find a hidden lever to secure your freedom once more, but be weary as you may have just woken up something sinister.

Real player with 55.1 hrs in game

A more in-depth review can be found below.


🔲 Children

✅ Teens

✅ Adults

🔲 Elders

🔲 All ages


🔲 MS Paint

🔲 Don’t look too long at it

🔲 Bad

🔲 Decent

🔲 Good

✅ Beautiful

🔲 You forget what reality is

🔲 Graphics don’t matter in this game


🔲 Just don’t

🔲 Bad

🔲 Mehh

🔲 It’s just gameplay

🔲 Good

✅ Very good

🔲 Epic


🔲 Better take your headphones off

🔲 Bad

🔲 Average

🔲 Good

✅ Very good

🔲 Eargasm


Real player with 53.8 hrs in game


Fimbul Winter VR

Fimbul Winter VR

Experienced on the Oculus Quest 2

You can view my review & gameplay here:

This just isn’t a well-made game. I experienced several bugs during my playtime of only 37 minutes. I had to tap out after enduring every single minute of this game. It’s not just buggy, it lacks overall polish, & it’s just not fun to play. I will give the developer credit for being ambitious and trying to create something new for VR. A horror game with some depth. Unfortunately, either the inexperience or the lack of time put into the project are apparent.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Fimbul Winter VR 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

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



It is a really good game, tbh it is a jumpscare game literally, i liked it.

However, if i can get some help with it because apparently I got stock here: (Spoiler alert)

! Right after I got the fourth baby toy cube/block, I know i have to spell the word DEVIL, I was missing the letter L, I was also missing the orange Key and 3 other pink fuses…

So I was wondering if i can get some help?


Well, after I completed the game I can say it is a really good game, puzzles, jumpscares, nice environment, graphics are just amazing (I played on a 3070 Ultra settings).

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

Experienced on the Oculus Quest 2

You can view my review & gameplay here:

I’m giving this a neutral recommendation. While I did enjoy this game, I do think it is way overpriced for what it is. It took me approximately an hour to beat this game and the production values here just don’t justify the current $14.99 USD price tag.

So this is a campy, B horror, type game that does rely on jump scares. However, I thought the jump scares were done right in this game. What I mean by that is that they were paced correctly, made sense in the context of the game, and added the right amount of atmosphere while trying to find a way out of this house.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

CURSED NIGHT - The House on Steam

Beat the Nightmare – Evil Dreams Simulator VR

Beat the Nightmare – Evil Dreams Simulator VR

One day, your life changed completely – going to sleep has become something you dread. You get a horrible nightmare every time. The only way to stop them is to find an exit out of each. You are in for a number of terrifying experiences in virtual reality. Dreams have no limits… and you’re about to find out.


17 unique horror dreams in various settings. Visit a cemetery, castle or an underground bunker, walk through a creepy forest or travel to the future.

Relaxing activities – diving, hunting, street-walking and jamming at a disco.

Choose any dream – ideal for playing with friends or short VR story sessions.


More horror dreams, but also more relaxing locations and VR activities

Support for Oculus and other VR sets

Beat the Nightmare – Evil Dreams Simulator VR on Steam