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Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams





Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams 


Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams does something I absolutely love. What is it about Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams that I love? Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams lets the player use the PS Move controllers or a regular PS4 controller. I wish more virtual reality games did that exact same thing. There are days I don’t want to take out the PS Move controllers and find out their charge is almost gone. I just want to use a controller. Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams lets me do that.

Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams is just over eight gigs in terms of memory size. There are multiple environments to explore in standard or exploration modes. Each of the areas will elicit a different emotion based on its design. I did have one emotion shared in each of the levels. That emotion was confusion. It took me some time to find out what I was supposed to do in Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams.

The Sbarro Health Research Organization assisted with Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams on the PC VR and PS4 VR. I did find areas in Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams where meditation was encouraged. I found some little idols, and symbols in Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams too. I felt like some areas were designed with monks in mind. Or maybe it was based off of areas monks have lived. Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams is capable of relaxing gamers.

The meditation areas reminded me of how I pray and meditate on the Holy Bible. That helps me draw closer to God on a daily basis. With a VR helmet on it was not easy for me to focus on the area, music, and the Holy Bible. It would be awesome if Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams allowed gamers to bring in text they want to read while playing the game. For me I need to meditate on something.

Most of the areas in Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams are small. We point to where we want to go and press a button to teleport there. I had issues interacting with certain objects like a scroll I saw and was not able to pick up. I never figured out where to use certain items that I found. Maybe they had no purpose but to see, hold and look at. Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams does not give the player much direction.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: PC VR/PS4 VR(tested)
Publisher: Oxygene
Developer: Frost Earth Studio
Rating: 'E' for Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
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