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Reficul is a survival horror game designed for VR and motion controllers.
As darkness descends upon the world. can you survive the dark new world? Prepare for a challenging and unique enemy, realistic weapon handling, powerful magical relics, perma-death, and lots of eerie fun.

Built from the ground up for virtual reality, Reficul focuses on survival action combat gameplay with a variety of weapons and magical relics. With a unique visual real-time inventory and 2 hands, you become the controller as you react and observe the environment. Observation is a huge part of the game, there are no glowing way-point markers or highlighted pickups. Survival is not handed on a plate in Reficul, this game will test all your survival skills!

  • Huge game world to explore if you dare
  • Real-time Visual Inventory (No menus)
  • Realistic weapon handling and physics
  • Swap Items between hands
  • left and right-handed control scheme (excluding some weapons)
  • Immersive environments with a tense atmosphere and no Jump Scares!
  • Powerful Relics with infinite and awesome power
  • Procedural enemies and effects such as lightning
  • Challenging gameplay which will get harder the more you play
  • Perma-Death with huge replay value with the freedom we give you
  • Locomotion & Teleport - Use either or both together
  • Unique apocalyptic survival setting and gameplay
  • Bonus Game - Unlocked upon Completion
This is a horror game and is not recommended for those who have heart problems, epilepsy, anxiety problems or mental and physical health issues.
Mad About Games Studios
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 - 10
  • Processor: i5/ i7 or similar AMD (4th gen Min)
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX970
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6000 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Virtual Reality & Motion Controller Only!
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: i7 Haswell/Skylake or later
  • Memory: 12 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 10 Series Nvidia Card (107/1080)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Virtual Reality & Motion Controller Only!
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Product received for free Reficul by MAG Studios is an Open World Survival horror Game and is developed exclusively for VR. The Studio may already be Known to some through Games like Starfighter VR. In Reficul, realistic Weapon handling and magical Relics are to be fought against the creepy Enemies waiting in the Dark. To the Story in the Game, if there is one, I can only say so much that you depend again in the typical American small Town, where it suddenly becomes dark and lonely. Only terrible Shadows are Wreaking havoc on the empty Streets. Why do you wonder when the entire Population seems to have disappeared? We start in an empty House without Electricity, on Notebooks we find the Clue not to leave the House without Guns. On more Pieces of paper we learn that there is a Pistol on the Ground floor along with the appropriate Ammunition. The House seems very sterile despite the Darkness. The Furniture is all a little too big. The Klo really seems designed for the typical American. In General, the Graphics in the Main Game are only lower Mediocrity. The Textures are loveless without further Detail. After we have teleported to the Ground Floor or slowly sneaked via free Locomotion and found the promised Weapon follows the next Deception. The realistic Handling Of weapons. The Key Assignment to Operate the Weapons is just barely traceable. Switching the Magazine is far from easy. Rarely does you hit the Gun'S Magazine slot. Precise is different. The Rapid-fire Weapons, all of which have no Recoil, are also quite realistic. You can easily fire an MG with one Hand without tearing down. If you want to put your Finds in the Body inventory, you have to Laugh out loud. The Flashlight, for example, protrudes into the Room like a Knife. So get out of the House and get on the Street, fight these eerie Shadow spirits. Even outside on the Street, the simple Textures and the simple Graphics catch the eye negatively. Everything is beautiful dark and foggy, the View is not very far. This, of course, adds a lot to the Atmosphere in a Horror Game like Reficul, but the Quality of the Graphics alone, quickly tears the Immersion in. The good musical Accompaniment does not help much anymore. Then we finally meet the first Opponents and realize that even these are not really creepy, rather annoying. For this, there will be others later that surprise the Player with Permadeath. This is, of course, a Matter Of taste. The Idea behind Reficul Is quite good. In the Dark first without a Plan to survive in the gruelling Small Town. But the Circumstances described above make it hard to give the Title a Thumbs up. However, a Special Feature of Reficul Still needs to be mentioned. There is the Possibility to play several small Mini-games in the Menu. In one Side Room there are several Arcade machines where you can play Waveshooter against different Opponents. Funny wise, the Mini-games All have better Graphics than the Main Title. Somehow, the Developer should reflect on himself and think about what he actually wants with Reficul. In the Main Game there is an interesting Game concept generally poorly implemented and presented. In the playfully not so extensive Mini-games, however, you have much better Graphics. According to Steam, Reficul is not an EA, but to demand so much Money for a Game that is basically not easy to control is already cheeky. No Recommendation, or just for really hard-used Horror Fans who accept even creepy Gun Handling and cruel Graphics. More grisly Reviews here: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/32170554/
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