Buildings Have Feelings Too!

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A sassy build it game.

Buildings Have Feelings Too, an interesting title for this cute little game. In this world, all your buildings have feelings! This ranges from happy to sad, to emotionally devastated.

Start the game out as a small local building striving to help the neighborhood, turn it around into something beautiful and full of people. Walk through the tutorial led by your local grocer warehouse and apartment rentals unit to upkeep their health and happiness.

You’ll make mistakes, as any growing city does, you’ll build factories where they shouldn’t be and add in apartments where they will fit. Learning how to improve not only the amount of buildings you have, but the quality of those buildings.

Once you’ve gained your ‘street smarts’ (haha see what I did there), you’ll be able to buy new plots of land and expand your street into a new functional city! Create dock-works for your fishy warehouse workers, use the main street to pump groceries and local fine dining. Or crank up the jam and make it party city with pubs on every corner!

This game is simplistic and a great casual game for people who enjoy farming, upgrading and random coy remarks about the city they are creating and the weird misshaped buildings between them. You will go through a vast array of building styles and types, as we start from the Victorian Era and move all the way through to Modern Day. Expand your neighborhood and find your niche in the new economy.

Will you upgrade your city and have it rustling and bustling with business? Or will you crumble like the old uncared for bricks? Take your time in this game, as one wrong building could affect the entirety of the neighborhood. You know what they say, good neighbors make for great neighborhoods.

This game was a fun casual game to play
HarleChan Review Score: 6/10

Among Us

Road Map Updates and Cool Stuff

Among Us premiered at the Summer Games Fest with a slew of new updates coming over time, in no particular order.

Recently we had the update where we can use our accounts (Steam, Xbox, PS) in the game which saves on finding friends and picking a name. The airship was also one of the new maps to hit the scene.

With all the fun and excitement that Among Us brings to it’s player, the coming soon updates will allow for more… Friends… We have 15 player support coming out, so bigger lobbies means bigger liars. New colors coming in, new shades of blue, purple and green. As well as an overhaul on the graphics, just to shine it up a little bit and make it pretty.

Beyond that we have their future plans, like account linking. So with Among Us, if your like me and have it on every platform, you’ll be able to link your accounts! We’ve got achievements finally making their way into the game, as well as more console support. Console support will be coming soon, however they did not announce a day. We also have visor cosmetic updates happening, so there will be a ton of new visor cosmetics to choose from! (Including Geoff’s mask from the Game Fest Show). We have a new map coming out, with no hints as to what it could be like or where it could be.

And last but not least, HIDE N’ SEEK mode is being introduced to Among Us! A setting where you cannot see sh*t and you’ll get spooked once the killer finds you hiding beside the toilet. This could make for a lot of fun among the streamer communities that already love and abuse this game.

I know console players are still upset they have no date on when it’ll be coming, but good things come to those who wait! The game on Nintendo Switch is a wonderful addition and works on how it could be functional on the other consoles. Man, this would be a lot easier if we all had chat pads…. Too bad this didn’t happen on the 360/PS3 era.

Over all, Among Us has some amazing stuff in store and seems to be unending in their updates. So take a chance on the little game, maybe you’ll like secret murder.

Evil Dead: The Game

Hail to the King, baby

What an amazing preview of Evil Dead today at the Summer Games Fest 2021! We waited and waited through all of the amazing trailers and previews of other games, but it was well worth it. We got a look at in-game video footage of our amazingly witty heroes.

Decades of Evil Dead come together in this new game for most platforms, and the King himself was there to walk us through every glorious second of this video. You’ll see some of Evil Dead’s most iconic characters; Ash, Scotty, Lord Arthur, Kelly Maxwell, Pablo Simon Bolivar, and more, as well as new dialogue performed by Bruce Campbell and others to make this game even more engaging! Expect some good one liners from our killer group.

An amazing feature with this game, is you don’t have to play the good guy! That’s amazing especially in a series like Evil Dead. Take control of the powerful Kandarian Demon to hunt Ash and other players while possessing Deadites, the environment, and even the survivors themselves as you seek to swallow their souls! You can control so much as the Kandarian Demon, changing the flow of the game entirely.

Whether you’re tearing a Deadite in two with Ash’s famous chainsaw hand or flying through the map as the Kandarian Demon in spirit form, the game captures the look and feel of the Evil Dead franchise in all its glory, with realistically beautiful visuals and the new physics-based gore system that brings the wet into the game.


Use your short barrel shotgun, chainsaw, cleavers and more to do some delightfully gruesome violence against the armies of darkness.

Evil Dead: The Game features multiplayer co-op and PvP for PC, Xbox One, Xbox X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch. Enjoy this game via multiplayer, co-op, this game has lots to offer as far as game play with friends.

We look forward to seeing more of this game, especially with the release date for early October.

Oh… And don’t forget a special character you’ll be able to be the biggest bad guy with… Bad Ash.

Goodie two shoes, goodie two shoes!

Teeny Tiny Peak at Tiny Tina’s Wonderland!

Borderlands spin-off with a D&D touch! (The long awaited game from the DLC)

It’s happening! Tiny Tina is getting her own spin-off! It’s about time too, considering how well received of a character she is with fans around the world. This adorable little spitfire of a character in Borderlands DLC had created a DnD world where they would play and realize some hard truths that Tiny Tina could only take in through her safe world of DnD.

Today at the Summer Games Festival 2020, it was a wild ride as we had no clue what Gearbox was going to let us see ahead of their showcase! We got a glimpse at what will be with Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, the official spin off. A lone wolf hammering away at building an item as an evil looking dragon looms ever closer to this character. The sense of magic, death and adventure is thick in the air. The feel of the DnD world with the Borderlands touch is already appealing in just the video preview alone.

With a star studded voice cast, starting with Andy Samberg (Brooklynn 99 and Lonely Island), Wanda Sykes, Will Arnett and Ashly Burch. This makes for an amazing forward look to the new spin off game. Oh, and how could we forget one of the most important characters in this preview?
Buttstallion! Leading the way with glimmering rainbows, we look forward to seeing more from this game and our hopes are set very high with the introduction given to us from Summer Game Fest this afternoon.

What are your hopes for this amazing looking spin-off of a game? Are you hoping to find everything you wanted from the adventures with Tiny Tina? Or maybe Buttstallion needs to convince you some more, check out Gear box on Saturday for hopefully more of this preview!

Let’s go Buttstallion.

The Year E3 Went Digital 2.0

E3 in 2021 is online and open for applications! How exciting! With so many reveals and updates this E3 could be as exciting as years previous.

We have influencer week up first with E3, if you are lucky enough to get accepted into the program you’ll be looking at sneak peaks and exclusive interviews with Devs and Exhibitions alike.

After that, the party doesn’t stop! June 12 will be the opening of E3, and Day One is promising lots of showcases and a pre-show broadcast. Ubisoft and Gearbox will be starting up the event with their exciting news, things like the Borderlands Movie and more.

Day One of E3 Digital

With Ubisoft we are looking forward to the announcements for any new games coming out, as well as updates on some fan favourites like For Honor, Rainbow Six and Watch Dogs. With a new Rainbow game around the corner, updates for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Far Cry 6 making its mark on the event, it will be a crazy ride. As if that wasn’t enough for Ubisoft fans, they will also be announcing their new TV Series Werewolves Within!

That same day, Gearbox will be wrapping up the show with their new games and movie. Gearbox has been pretty hush hush about what they will be bringing to E3 as they are heavily involved with the Xbox and Bethesda showcase the next day. However hopefully we will hear about their new movie, maybe some updates to BL3? Who knows? We are excited nonetheless.

Day Two of E3 Digital

Up first from Xbox and Bethesda, they will be combining their presentations and this will make for an exciting show as always with these two. Xbox and Bethesda will be live streaming their showcase to Twitch, YouTube etc. This will make for a lot of fun as chats on Twitch and YouTube always get interesting.

What new games will we see? Will we get an announcement for a new Elder Scrolls? Will Duke Nukem make a comeback?! Find out June 13th.

Square Enix will also be doing their showcase the same day in the afternoon. We can look forward to the announcement of Babylon’s Fall, a Square Enix Montreal game coming out. Also a closer look at Life is Strange: True Colors and the Life is Strange Remastered Collection! Along with details about Black Panther – War for Wakanda expansion for Marvel’s Avengers.

Day Three of E3 Digital

Capcom, Take-Two Interactive, Mythical Games, Freedom Games, Razer, and unannounced indie developers will take the main stage on day three of E3!

Capcom will be announcing a slew of new games as well as; the Great Ace Attorney Collection, Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, Resident Evil 4 for Oculus VR, and Pragmata. Capcom also reportedly has more Ace Attorney and Resident Evil games they want to talk about, so we will have to wait and see!

Take-Two Interactive will also be holding Showcase that day, details to be announced closer to date.

Day Four of E3 Digital

Day Four! Nintendo! Nintendo will have a brand new Nintendo Direct for E3 exclusively! As well as introducing Nintendo Treehouse LIVE which will be held immediately after Direct.

There is a ton of news that could be announced between Nintendo and Bandai Namco, and we will have more from these panels as we get closer to the day!

EA Play will be happening on July 22nd and will not be a part of E3 Digital this year, but we look forward to any new Star Wars projects that they can offer.

After all is said and done E3 will be as exciting as it always has been. We may not be able to high-five each other but at least we are able to finally get together in the name of video games.

Here’s to you E3 Digital.


Playstation’s State Of Play May 27th 2021

Today PlayStation announced there would be some amazing game play reveals on the next STATE OF PLAY.
So here we are to cover the announcement!

We’ve got high hopes for Until Dawn 2 as well as New Horizon Forbidden West making a new splash this summer, new about Far Cry 6 has everyone on the edge of their seats. What is happening in State of Play, and what will PlayStation be bringing to E3?!

New Horizon Forbidden West, we were teased during the countdown of beautiful images detailing the world of New Horizon. Now we were given 14 minutes of gameplay from the PS5!
We start in a beautiful Jungle with Alloy, of course being Alloy, caring for people who have been attacked by raiders. We hear the machines scream in the background, letting us know that the raiders have machines on their side. Alloy makes her way into the woods, beautiful shines of green and blues, winds and detailed of spores throughout.
Wide shot to the first area of discovery, a beautiful city in deep ruins of the new world. Tall skyscrapers that have crumbled over time, and been consumed by the Earth. Cut to a raider, leading a pack of machine velociraptor type creatures, this is where Alloy first breaks into her new battle moves. Run, shoot, hide within the foliage, Alloy must escape these creatures.

Escaping the machines just barely, Alloy dives into the water, showing us a beautiful underwater scene of fish and corals as the movements of the waves reflect around the character. She makes her way back to shore, water beautifully dripping from her clothing as she searches for the remaining of the captured men. A tremor-tusk makes it way through the scene, controlled by the raiders. Alloy follows the raiders, listening to their plans on how to make their attack look like a random group of bandits.

Here we get more detailed combat scenes with Alloy and her bow, as well as some new movements. Overhearing the raiders going to the old bridge, we get an exclusive look at the the climbing capabilities as well as some new action prompts with Alloys bow. Using the machines that are around her, Alloy makes her way to the old bridge, which resembles San Francisco’s Golden Gate. Here we get a look into the new machines and their control schemes. New weapons, new creatures, new background music. A device was found, a map, showing us of a new land that will set into play the biggest storm Alloy has seen.

Alloy and the Blight

Will Alloy save herself and her friends from the blight, that is slowly taking over the world, or will we be knocked down yet another peg in the food chain.
This game in the short amount of time we have seen, is one of the most beautiful sequels we may ever see for a game. With the previous game, New Horizon, being GOTY as well as winning awards, we only have big hopes for the next installation of Horizon and Alloy.

We look forward to what PlayStation has to show us in June!


Introducing Behavioral Sciences to the FBI

Mind Hunter.
A Psychological Thriller television show that was originally produced by Netflix as its series of ‘original Netflix content’. When this show was first introduced to Netflix, it wasn’t very popular as the description did not fit the show. It was led on to be a ‘docu-series’ but truth behold it was a show based on a 1955 book  Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit written by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker. John Douglas and Mark Olshaker are renowned for their true-crime books as well as insights into the multiple murderers in their times as Specialized FBI as well as one of the first Criminal Profilers for the FBI.

The show starts off with our two main guys, Holden Ford and Bill Tench. Bill and Holden are FBI agents who go from school to school, teaching classes about criminal investigation. Bill Tench has been doing this for a few years when he finally gets an assistant to help him curate these classes. Holden Ford comes in as a great assistant, taking a load off of Bill so he can concentrate more on his family life.

Agent Holden Ford had a different idea, something more progressive than just teaching classes about criminal profiling. He wanted to try and prevent the crimes from happening as well as making a formula that could help find these murderers faster. As the old dog of the office, Bill was uncomfortable making any changes to the way he worked. Even more so when it came to talking to his boss about even trying to talk to multiple murderers. Holden was sure that he had a great idea in the works, he just needed to get the right people behind it.

Psychological Criminal Investigation

The first season of Mind Hunter happens in the late 70’s, early 80’s, where the entire thought of psychological criminal investigation was hokey. Yet Holden’s continuous harassment of Bill finally gets the results he wanted, a visit with a multiple murderer. Holden is persistent that he wants to visit Manson, Charles Manson, one of the most infamous cases of the seventies/eighties. Yet what Holden get’s is one of the biggest surprises he will see through out his work-life.
Edmund Kemper

Edmund Kemper – Co-Ed Serial Killer
Actor VS Real Life

Ed Kemper, as he preferred to be called, loved his visits with police and FBI agents. Ed Kemper was one of the worlds most hidden multiple murderers, it is said that if he had not turned himself in to the police he would have never been caught. Which honestly doesn’t seem far from the truth when your looking at the available documents and police investigations that became public. Ed Kemper is a frightfully massive human being, standing just over 6’9 and 300lbs. Edmund loves talking to the police, as it shows more insight not just on his killing but the comparative nature between him and other killers. Ed Kemper was super helpful with Holden and Tench as they built their psychological reports for their new section of FBI.

As time moved on, the struggle between road school and interviews with multiple murderers was becoming increasingly stressful. The need for a fulltime office was on the horizon, so the start of the Criminal Psychological Profiling and Behavioral Sciences was born. What started as a back of the brain project for Holden, was now becoming reality. Their own basement office space, to hiring on new people to help with the case loads. Slowly but surely, this was becoming more than just a side project. All Holden needed, was some FBI back-up.

This came in a great wave for Holden, the old commissioner for the Federal Office was being pushed out as his ideals were stuck in the past. The new commissioner was a fresh face from Washington that understood what this could mean for the Federal Bureau. The new face from Washington, Ted Gunn, a by-the-book type of agent that is more than interested in the project that Holden and Tench had put together.
His only rule?
Keep blinders on Holden.

Charles Manson

As we move into the series, Holden gets the chance to interview some of histories more notorious serial killers. Even the man behind the chaos of the 80s, Manson himself. All the mean while, being shown these interviews with these top named serial killers, there is another. One being shown as the show progresses, as well as his progression of violence and interest. Who is this killer?

Well our hopes lie in a Season 3 of Mind Hunter.

Over all experience with Mind Hunter; If you don’t mind some drama and silly side stories into Holden’s love life, it’s a great True Crime Television show. Based on real people, real things, real happenings.

HarleChan Review : Season 1: A Season 2: B-

Thanks for reading, buh-bye!

Wrong Turn 2021

During the Pandemic, they’re all wrong turns.

Horror in 2021!
Welcome to the Horror Genre during the Pandemic! Where movies no longer go straight to theaters and you’ll pay your movie ticket price to watch it at home. I really can’t complain about that part, it usually costs me anywhere from 30-80$ to go to the movies and that’s not including buying any weird collectible stuff they’re trying to hock at you. So being able to watch my movie at home, in the comfort of my onesie was a heck of a bonus.

As some of you may know, Wrong Turn has been a long endeared series of gory, cannibalistic film.
A series of six movies that have, if nothing, kept up with it’s themes.
So we bring you to Wrong Turn 2021, is it a new movie or is it just another remake?

Well unfortunately for those who were looking for a new Wrong Turn film, this is the remake of the original 2003 film that started the series.

Best Friends on a hike in Virginia

Wrong Turn 2021 starts us off with a group of friends who are in Virginia to hike the Appalachian mountains, to refresh and reinvigorate their bodies and souls. Visiting the local scene in a little town buried in the mountains is never what you expect, so you’ve always got to go in a bit on edge. For this group, they are your average suburban kids so they really have no idea what they are getting into, going into the deep country where even the radio signals don’t reach.

The group go to a bar for their last night in town before heading up the mountains, and immediately regret going. As they face a set of people who are still thick with the racism and hate of the early days of America. Everything from a woman sitting in a mens bar, to the POC in their group. Outraged with how they were treated in the bar, they decided to say ‘to the wind’ with them and enjoy their night.
The group heads to their hotel for the evening but not before the entire town warns them not to go off of the trail. The woods are dangerous on the Appalachian mountains, and they aren’t made for city folks to go off wandering.

When you don’t listen to the locals, something a-real-bad happens to you. In this case, the group thought it’d be fun to go off trail a few times. Once they went off trail and found a beautiful waterfall, enjoying the simplicity of the water and it’s cool embrace. The next time they try to go off trail, danger immediately turns its wrong head. (Haha, see what I did there).

As they walk off trail, the first of our crew gets crushed by a giant runaway log. Screaming and causing enough ruckus to wake New York City, the team start getting picked off one by one. Leaving them in a state of shock and disbelief the group sets up camp for the night. Little do they know, it’s an old grave yard that they have made their bed in.

Sleepover in a Graveyard!

Things don’t stop there, the next day the group (or what’s left of it) finds that all of their cell phones are missing. Vanishing over-night. As they make their way through the woods, the next of their group get’s captured. This time by a set of people wearing Elk skulls on their head. A weird thing to be doing so deep in the woods.

The friends band together to try and survive the new cult they have encountered, only one of them remembering the plaque they saw earlier that had ”The Foundation” written across it.

As members of the group start dying and going missing within the woods, two unlucky souls find ways to keep hidden and moving through the stones. They come upon the village in the center of the Appalachian mountains, the Foundation. The two last survivors are captured and brought to a log home where they come to meet one of their other friends who had brutally murdered one of the Elk Skull wearers.

The society was putting him on trial for murdering one of their own, come to find out that these people were peaceful as long as you did not desecrate their lands. What was left of the group was put on trial, the murderer was proven guilty and the rest of them were found guilty of abetting and lying when questioned. Our femme fatale saves her own and her boyfriend’s lives by offering themselves as useful and strong to the community. Darius becomes one of the best hunters of the community while Jen must seduce and be with the leader of the Foundation.

The Foundation

After months of training the new community members, and brain washing anything of the new world out of them, Jen’s father searches for her, had not stopped, and ended up at the foot of the Appalachian mountains. Jen’s father gets captured by Jen, who shot him and brought him back to the community. The leaders of the Foundation sentenced him to ‘jail’. Later that night, Jen snuck past the guards and freed her father telling him that she only shot him to hide her true ideals. Jen and her father sneak out of the community and make it back to her home in the city.

Jen’s Father in town

Alas, this was not the end of Jen’s tale, because months after her escape, the leader of the Foundation finds Jen. He tries to convince her to come back to the Foundation, especially when he finds her pregnant with his child. Jen refuses, and attempts to save her family from him. The leader threatens her life as well as that of her families’ one more time before showing her how capable he is of doing so. With that Jen made him promise her family would be safe and they made their way out of the home and to the Foundation Leader’s RV.

A few moments later, the RV spins out of control. Screaming can be heard coming from the RV that screeched to a halt, as the cultists came pouring out of the RV, being chased by Jen. Enough was enough, and she presumably kills the cultists in the RV before chasing the Foundation leader down the street, stabbing him repeatedly.

If you were expecting this movie to be an exact replica of the original 2003 version, you’d be highly disappointed by the remake, as this movie has much less gore and cannibalism than it’s predecessors. This movie took it’s own Wrong Turn and changed a few of it’s basic standings from the original. If you look to the reviews, you’ll see most have given this a terrible review. Saying you’ll regret the watch.

Personally, I wouldn’t listen to them. As the movie may not be it’s original glory, it has come quite a way with learning how to handle the Horror Genre in 2021.

HarleChan Movie Review B+

Vaporum: Lockdown

A grid-based dungeon-crawler, filled with puzzles and dark lore.


Vaporum: Lockdown by Fatbot Games is a grid-based single-player dungeon crawler in an original steampunk setting, inspired by classics such as Dungeon Master and Eye of the Beholder, or the new Legend of Grimrock series. The game was already successfully released on PC, Mac, and Linux, and is now released for the Switch on March 22, 2021. Vaporum: Lockdown, a prequel to critically acclaimed Vaporum, expands on everything that made the original game great and one of a kind in dungeon crawling.

Vaporum starts us with a beautiful story of a girl and her father. How science was almost magic, everything he touched had some amazing purpose or trick. Ellie was always enthralled by the science and work that her father was doing, always reaching out to become a part of his world. In this prequel to Vaporum, we follow the undying curiosity of Ellie.

”Sacrifice in order to progress”

Time goes on as she became the woman she was born to be, always coming home to find her father hunched over his work. Until one day, a letter came. This letter propelled her father to do the one thing that is required of all progress. He sacrificed, he sacrificed his family and everything he loved. Leaving his life behind, he left to the Bureau to continue to research keywords like ”fomium” and ”Katkennuk”. That piece of paper would change Ellie’s life forever, her father leaving her behind, who she was more alike than he would know. He had left Ellie as a young girl, to continue his research into the Ark Vaporum.

Ellie continues on with her life and goes to school and graduates from her university studies. After years of working on the strangest projects, she gets seen by an older teacher who can see the potential rising in the student. This is where her mentor comes to Ellie with a proposal, to join the research her father was once a part of. To join the Vaporum Ark, quickly she snatched this opportunity up and made her way into the Ark Tower.

Cut to a shift in the Tower- a regular occurrence for Ellie this time, testing out a new RIG suit. She is helped by her office engineer in navigating through the elevators, moving deeper into the Ark Vaporum tower. Ellie has to venture into the tower and work her way through the puzzles. Connecting teleporters and fighting mechanical spiders along the way can become very stressful within the grid-lock dungeon crawl.

One of the first enemies to encounter

This gameplay leans on our brain being teased over and over again with the puzzles it can conduct. With the grid-style gameplay for movement, the puzzles can become very difficult. As for the actual difficulty of the game itself, it can be changed into five different levels of difficulty. (I played this game on the casual difficulty, to enjoy the story and learn about grid-style Dungeon Crawler games.) Even though the difficulty of the game can be changed, the puzzles will remain the same throughout each level.

Overall this game offered a fun little story that expanded and continues on from its predecessor ‘Vaporum‘. The dark environment of the game works well with where the random enemies sprout from. The only thing that really bothered me with this game, is that there were random holes in the wall or pitfalls with spikes at the bottom that really didn’t have anything to do with the rest of the game. An easy fix for this would have been instead of spikes, putting unused electricity or overused batteries that spark and electrocute.

Thank for reading! Buh-Bye!

HarleChan Review: 6.5/10

Layers Of Fear PSVR

Layers upon Layers in Virtual Reality

Layers of Fear! A classic in the Bloober team franchise! A classic game from The Bloober Team, the original in 2D was a beginning to the new psychological thriller games that started outpouring. Working from the ultimate bad boy ”Resident Evil”, Layers of Fear has an amusing way of separating itself from the basic jump scares of today.

Before we dive right into the game and how it was moved onto a PSVR port, lets talk about this story. The story has not been touched or changed when ported to the PSVR, which is a fear most of us would normally have. The game set in the 1920s United States, the unnamed protagonist returns home from a court hearing. After briefly exploring his empty house, he goes to his workshop to start working on his “magnum opus”.
After he adds the first layer, he starts having hallucinations about his past encounters. The man was an ambitious young painter who used his pianist wife as a model for his painting. Soon his wife became pregnant, after she gave birth he decided to spend more time working on his paintings. Noticing that he had been separating himself from his new family, he bought the family a dog. This dog was just the beginning of his psychosis, the constant barking and whining triggering something within the father.
His talent started to slowly decay and his vision for the painting became twisted, gory and horrific works for simple jobs, including a set for Little Red Riding Hood. After being neglected, his wife decided to burn his paintings, including his most cherished work, “The Lady In Black”. His wife had taken all she could, and left in the night with her daughter in tow. Where she was hiding from her husband caught fire, where she ended up horribly disfigured, but their daughter survived.

After the fire, he took his wife, now a wheelchair user, and daughter back home so he could take care of them. After regaining her ability to walk, the wife was neglected even more because her husband thought she lacked “beauty”. After he had another drunken outburst, his wife committed suicide.
In the present day, it is revealed that he went insane and possibly took six body parts of his wife to work on his painting: her skin as the canvas, her blood as the overlay, her bone marrow as the undercoating, a brush made from her hair, her finger for the smearing and her eye as the spectator. The character is shown using these items, but considering the cyclical nature of one of the endings and the general ambiguous nature of what is shown throughout the story, it’s possible that this isn’t meant to be taken literally.

There are three different endings featured in the game, each depending on the player’s actions during the course of the game.

As for the actual game play of Layers of Fear in the PSVR, it’s a good VR game. It’s a little choppy, but what VR games on the PS aren’t? The choppy behavior of the game, did not impede on enjoying the game, and the bonus, you can feel the madness. The add-ons that they did with the PSVR is amazing, and integrated very well despite some cosmetic flaws. There are times when lightning strikes, that bogs the system down a little bit, but nothing like other VR games I’ve played. Especially porting a Horror Game over to the PSVR, Horror games are one of the few games that really excel in the VR environment. The visual aspect of Layers of Fear in VR was amazing, everything was vibrant and was brought to life within the system. It wasn’t just looking at flat pictures formed from a 2D game, they actually interpreted everything properly.
And honestly, that’s the scariest part.
This game was absolutely terrifying when it first came out, and the PSVR does just what it originally did. Brought the Scare to you, now with PSVR, the Scare is truly right in front of you.
Don’t panic too much, trying to find your way out of the door-less room.
Just let the madness soothe you.

Thanks for reading! Buh-Bye!

HarleChan Review of Layers of Fear PSVR: 10 Spookies out of 10 Ghosts 100% Creep Factor