I haven’t had the pleasure of joining the VR race just yet, but this looks like a great game to feature for the Halloween season. My Grandmother used to collect porcelain dolls, and had them all over the house. When I would stay with her as a kid it was always hard to fall asleep with them all staring at me. Every time I’d open my eyes it seemed like they would change positions. Porcelain dolls have always kind of freaked me out like clowns do to some people.
Since I don’t have the equipment to do a vid, and don’t have the game to review, the following info is from PlayStation & Steam’s official webpages. I’ll leave links to find this game on both at the bottom of the post.
Video Source – Game Insider
An ordinary family. A beautiful home. But, who’s crying?
The picture of domestic bliss suddenly dissolves.
Search the home, scour every room and scrutinise over every detail to piece together the story that has been kept locked away all this time.
Weeping Doll is a VR exclusive psychological thriller set in an atmospheric, engrossing environment, with a captivating narrative and elegant puzzles.
Weeping Doll is immersed in a deep, intriguing narrative that rewards the players’ curiosity. The more you explore, listen and discover, the more you will decipher through the layers of story. The more you think about the narrative the more you will unearth.
The home is painstakingly designed using the Unreal 4 Engine and crafted to envelop the player in a sense that they are already acquainted with the environment, until you scratch the surface and discover that nothing is what it seems.
You will need to be aware of every object and every sound to discover what has happened to the family. Your curiosity will drive you onward, re-evaluating everything you thought to be true as you unravel more and more of the mystery.
No motion sickness, thanks to the Shadow Step system. This allows the player to move around the environment using the controller while seated comfortably.