Blind for PlayStation 4
PS4

Blind

Sep 18, 2018
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Compatible with Playstation or Requires Playstation virtual reality headset to play.

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Blind is a narrative-driven psychological thriller for virtual reality where the player is blind and must explore their surroundings using echolocation. Immerse yourself in a world of darkness. Built from the ground up for virtual reality and supporting binaural audio and motion control, Blind is a fully immersive and unique experience that removes you from the real world and transports you into the game.

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Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
6.56
Phil NeymanSep 17, 2018
Blind has some technical hiccups that keep it from being a perfect game, but it’s still an incredibly original experience that could only be possible in VR. For VR owners, this is exactly why we’ve bought in as early adapters to this hardware and anyone looking for a new experience should check out Blind. Fans of puzzle games will be right at home and will be thrilled to have such a deep story unfold as they solve the puzzles and move throughout the mansion.
Lucas WhiteSep 18, 2018
Blind attempts this with a mystery narrative, along with giving you the stick to lean on, but the latter makes it all seem arbitrary, and the former isn’t strong enough to make uncovering answers the true motivator. Blind banks a lot on, well, the blindness being the big draw, but I don’t think using it as simply an extra hurdle on top of familiar puzzle-solving elements does much to elevate the experience as a whole.
Graham BanasSep 20, 2018
Blind is a wildly uneven, generally disappointing trip into virtual reality. Its main sticking point, echolocation, shines when used to its fullest, but more often than not, it doesn’t get put to any real use. In between each of the game’s good puzzles, you’ll encounter large stretches of walking, and probably a smattering of technical problems as well. But hey, at least it won’t take too much of your time. The ending impression with Blind that we were left with was largely one of disappointment. We hoped for, and expected, more.

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