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Imagine an escape room set in a deranged mind. Experience a first-person exploration game in a chilling new dimension. Shift between three perspectives of a family in this troubled scientist's experiment, and attempt to unravel the mystery hiding in this mind-bending psychological thriller. A THRILLER THAT FEELS LIKE A MOVIE Project yourself into a narrative experience that combines movies with gaming, as you become immersed in an unsettling psychological thriller. SOLVE THE MYSTERY Recover a fragmented family as you shift between the corrupted consciousness of each individual’s perspective and attempt to piece together their mystery. IT’S YOUR UNIQUE EXPERIENCE In this first-person narrative mystery, you must explore the walls of this family's home to interpret events and discover your truth.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

My biggest problem is that the title simply awakens the appetite for more, mainly because the credits appear after about two hours. PS VR is a great tool for learning about horror movies and it is a pity that SpectreVision did not attempt to prepare a slightly larger, more extensive and complex production. It is still an experience worth becoming familiar with. Especially if you put the atmosphere in the foreground and you like to explore multi-layered scenarios.

Review from Steam

probably the most interesting game Ubisoft have ever pulled off. Just don't buy it for the full price i finished it in 90 minutes

Review from Steam

I want everyone to play this game so that I'm not the only one that was screaming like a little girl at 3am.

Review from Steam

Do you want to be inside an episode of black mirror? If you answered yes then play this game, you will enjoy it. It is not very long, but I think its worth 20 bucks because that is cheaper than going to the theater these days.

Review from Steam

Played in VR with my HP Reverb G2. I'd recommend to get this on sale (it is only 2 hours long) if you want a well-produced narrative VR "walking simulator", as it looked phenomenal in the headset with some mind-bending visuals. The narrative is pretty vague/obtuse but an interesting mix of domestic drama and typical transhumanism themes.
It is a horror-thriller, but not too heavy on the horror part. There isn't any gore/graphic imagery and there are jump scares, but once you've seen the first jump scare a few minutes in you've seen them all. This was to my taste as I wasn't looking for a pure horror game.

Review from Steam

This is honestly a pretty neat little horror game to start with if you're wanting to get into thrillers. The setting and the plot were very interesting to look into. The subtle hints that are given to you throughout the game as you explore the household of this dysfunctional family--through all three members of the family--is on all counts disturbing and heartbreaking. Although, it was kind of annoying to be walking back and forth trying to figure out what the heck I was supposed to be doing. The puzzles themselves were a bit of a challenge to get through, and I'm genuinely amazed that I managed to figure it all out in a matter of a little over 2 hours and without any sort of walkthrough. I feel like there's a bit of symbolism with some of the horror-filled imagery, particularly with that black pixelated demon thingy you encounter every once in a while...maybe it's an allusion to the insanity that plagues Ray to the point he...does something irreversible?? IDK just throwing this out there.
Overall, I think I'd give this game like a 7.5/10. It's not the greatest game EVER, but it was enjoyable to play. It's a nice start if you're wanting to get into thriller-type games.
PS: Why the hell is the Raymond trading card so damn expensive?!