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The most terrible games of virtual reality

There is an opinion that VR Melbourne is specifically designed for the horror genre. This feeling of immersion combined with complete isolation is ideal for instilling a person’s feelings of fear and horror.

1. Sisters: A VR Ghost Story

The single-player Sisters: A VR Ghost Story game was released quite a long time ago, in fact, even before consumer VR headsets really started to capture the market. This is a short but extremely creepy story focusing on dolls and small children. For many adults, these two elements are more than enough to cause a feverish tremor.

2. Silent Hill 360 Video

Unfortunately, this is not official content from the Silent Hill universe and is not associated with P.T. However, he was inspired by this particular game. This is a free, short 360-degree video that can be easily found using the Oculus Go browser. Content is not interactive, as a full-fledged VR game, but this does not prevent it from being damn scary.

3. Rise of Insanity I and II

Rise of Insanity is partly inspired by Radiance, the Exorcist and Silent Hill. This is a psychological horror that needs to be experienced in order to fully understand. The action takes place in America 70s and tells about the doctor and his mentally ill patient. Both pieces are gorgeous and closely intertwined, so they should be played in the right order.