Spectre: Virtual Reality Horror on the Oculus Rift – About – Gameplay
Genre: Survival Horror Website: Has no website Maker: Proscenium Release date: TBD (Alpha Access Available) Download Page:HERE Game Support: Windows, Mac, Oculus Rift Support
This Spectre game should not be confused with other “Spectre” named games, as this one was made specifically for the Oculus Rift virtual reality experience.
It is a horror game that follows quite a traditional line of gameplay of this genre: You start the game, and you are in an unknown environment trying to survive the horrors that lie before you. As you progress in Spectre, you will notice a strange entity following you around.
As not much good may come out of confronting it (as usual), you must find a way to stop this madness. What makes it harder is that as soon as you see her, you must look away, or the game ends and you have to start all over again. As I write it, it actually reminds me of the Slender game, but with less financial resources, since it actually has some minor performance problems compared to the Slender.
Even though the game itself is quite short and lacks a bit of content (may be fixed with the full release), it does not fail to create an eery environment that is absolutely crucial for this kind of a game genre.
What makes Sceptre even more fun is that it has the multiplayer option. You may play as the Seeker (good guy) or a Spectre (bad guy). You may play together as Seekers to equip yourselves with necessary stuff to defeat Sceptre, or play as an enemy who luckily has some cards up its sleeve that helps them to deceive, disorientate, or lead Seekers into the trap.
Spectre reviews are not out. Feedback however from the Steam community can be read here (scroll down).
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Sceptre Gameplay on the Oculus Rift (Reaction Compilation)
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