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Dreadhalls

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Experience a new kind of immersive horror in Dreadhalls!

You are trapped deep inside a massive dungeon. Explore it, survive it, and find a way to escape. Your only weapons will be stealth, your own courage, and a faint light.

Inspired by the survival horror and roguelike genres, Dreadhalls has been terrorizing people ever since its debut at the 2013 Oculus + Indiecade VR Jam.

Dreadhalls is an intense and scary experience, not for the faint of heart. You have been warned!FEATURES:
  • Procedural Levels - Every time you play, the map will be different. You’ll never know what to expect.
  • Listen to your surroundings! - Dreadhalls combines positional audio cues and an original soundtrack to build its award-winning immersive soundscape.
  • Survive! - Hide and run from the creatures that creep in the darkness. Find oil to keep your light fed. Surviving in a dungeon is not an easy task!
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White Door Games
Publisher
White Door Games
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.dreadhalls.com/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590 / AMD FX 8350 (or equivalent)
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 970 / AMD R9 290 (or equivalent)
  • Storage: 1024 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Requires a Virtual Reality headset
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Dreadhalls reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Habs already tapped on the Gear VR and with the Oculus it is much more Fun. Insanely great Atmosphere and Sounds.Pretty Creepy ^^ The Touch Controllers react perfectly. Sneak with your Oil Lamp and Dietus armed by the immersive Vaults and take in front of the dark Figures in eight;)
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Microsoft from Deutsch
This game is awesome! I played it with some friends, it was so entertaining we played it through within one evening- about 5,5h playtime. It was ♥♥♥♥ing scary to, i lost my♥♥♥♥♥♥ the cool dudes stayed cool for most of the time tho ^^ The graphics look way better in VR than on screenshots or on the monitor for some reason. Also: the game has some blatant monter spawn-ins and outs. but besides that it is hella fun to play on Vive
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Have played it with the Pimax 4K Glasses and it went without Any problems, so what you would need to be conditionally a mothy Gamer is wrong, but of course it is also right that you can play around such games, already can upgrade a lot at your Box which the Minimum Requirements for Games and VR Glasses vary from One game. For the Game was very outdated Gradient and Game Design (beginning of the PS1 Time) but well implemented with VR and even the sudden Moment shock is not spared to anyone here.
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You can actually say that if you include the first Version, it was one of the first Horror Games in the VR area. It was my first Horror Game at HTC Vive And I still have to say it's a Mandatory purchase if you want to get in your Pants ... I have only had quite a short Playing Time as I am an incredible Coward, how many times has this Game caused me to turn it off quickly in affection, as it quickly becomes too violent. There are some good Horror Games in the VR Area that I've already pulled, but Dreadhalls remains one of the best and fiercest Experiences for me. In the Game, only close Dungeons (Randomly Generated), with only one Card and one Lantern. You can find a few Items in the Dungeons, for example, Oil for the Lamp and the only Goal is to find the Exit with an Eyeball to get further ... The Atmosphere and Soundscape are great, you can hardly see further than 5 Meters, it is narrow, you become some Paranoid and you fear every new Door you open, as you could find yourself a Scheusal behind it. After every completed Dungeon, it seems to become more and more difficult. Because of the randomly generated maps (which look quite similar, there are almost only narrow Corridors) it is always a different Experience (sometimes everything seems safer, sometimes it is fierce), now after the 10 new starts I was surprised again and this in the first Level, in which I felt "relatively" safe and hammered something against a Door that I had never experienced before. The Price is quite small I find, everyone who loves horror in VR should sniff in.
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