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- Branching narrative Choices and consequences are integral to the gameplay. Your life (and the lives of those around you), are dramatically affected by the decisions you make.
- The story isn't just about scares; you'll discover a rich backstory and uncover a conspiracy.
- This game puts YOU in the shoes of the main character.
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Discover who you are before it’s too late!
Choices and consequences are integral to the gameplay. Your life (and the lives of those around you), are dramatically affected by the decisions you make.
Uncover your memories
The story isn’t just about scares; you’ll discover a rich backstory and uncover a conspiracy. Vivid flashback memories that you discover throughout the game are key to understanding why you are in the Sanatorium.
This game puts YOU in the shoes of the main character. Thanks to the inclusion of voice control, gender choice, and a fully realized body model – when you look down you see your legs, arms, and hands – it feels like YOU are in the Sanatorium.
Discover who you are before it's too late in The Inpatient; a PSVR Exclusive set in the Blackwood Sanatorium, over 60 years prior to the 2016 BAFTA award-winning Until Dawn. With deep immersion that places YOU in the game, you take on the role of an amnesiac inpatient who must find out who you are and why you are in the Sanatorium. With a branching narrative, and different endings; every choice you make can drastically affect the way the game plays out.
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My first play through was done with the Dual Shock controller, which was fine with me. I tried playing again with the Move controllers but had some problems. The whole time during cutscenes it would show images of the Move controllers on the screen with red X's over them, as if the game was telling me I couldn't use them. But instructions would show to press the "move" button on the controller to start the game, or in the first scene where you can actually move around it said to push the "move" button to move forward. That worked, but when I was instructed to point the right controller behind me and press the button to turn around it didn't work. I got stuck at that point with the NPC telling me over and over to turn around but I couldn't. Had to give up on that play through and will try the Dual Shock again next time.
As mentioned, the game is pretty short, but you have 6 times where you can choose an option to enact the "Butterfly Effect", which dictates how your game will go. This means there should be 2 to the 6th, or 64, if my math is right, different paths that you can take, which leads to over 100 hours of game play if you do them all. I feel that would be very boring to try them all consecutively, but this might be a game that you can pull out from time to time and quickly play through to see something new.
Overall I think this game is worth it for the right price. I pre-ordered, I think at about $40 (minus Amazon discount), and I feel that might be a little high for what you get. I definitely think it would be worth it for $20 bucks or so.
And then you move at a snails pace through the rest of it. Totally boring. No game play, not scary. Complete waste of time and money.