The Room VR: A Dark Matter for PC
PC - Windows

The Room VR: A Dark Matter

Mar 26, 2020
8.58
playscore
Good
324th of 19712
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VR Content

Requires Oculus Rift or HTC Vive virtual reality headset to play.

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Fireproof Games
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

We’ve been rather quiet recently while we’ve been working away on the next game in The Room series. Early on in development of the next game we decided to try something new. We wanted to explore how new technologies could add to our unique gaming experience and further immerse our players in the mysterious world of The Room.

Gamer Reviews

833 Reviews
9.55
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1 review
8.00
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Apr 25, 2020
8.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
7.61
Andrew ThorntonMay 07, 2020
With little in the way of replay value since you'll already know how to solve all the puzzles, there's not a ton of long term value here. While it lasted I really enjoyed The Room VR: A Dark Matter but it ultimately left me wanting more. More environments, more movement options, more story. For the right price, I definitely recommend experiencing it but what I'm really looking forward to is a follow-up, to see if a great start can be grown into a truly great game.
Ben ReevesMar 26, 2020
Thankfully, it is a perfect fit for VR, and the series’ barebone narrative makes this is a great chance for newcomers to jump onboard. The puzzle-box gameplay is great for VR, and Fireproof’s moody environments should delight fans of atmospheric horror. In some ways, A Dark Matter is the culmination of everything Fireproof has done on mobile, but I also hope that it is a new beginning for the series in VR.
7.00
Tom MarksApr 10, 2020
The Room VR: A Dark Matter does a great job of making its interactive puzzle boxes more than just hunting for the right knob, often leaning into what VR does best by putting you into cool situations that are shown off in flashy and polished fashion. Unfortunately, there’s just not a lot of it here, and its intricate detail can occasionally cause confusion as you flail at the mostly inert world around you. Still, its two hours of puzzles were certainly worth solving.

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