Propagation: Paradise Hotel is a surprisingly good VR horror game with an old-school Resi vibe

A VR scary video game that’s not embeded in a psychological asylum? What a rejuvenating modification! And it’s not simply a shonkily created, inexpensively made, unscary and muddled jank-fest? Amazing!

That’s right, on today’s episode of VR Corner I have a look at Propagation: Paradise hotel, a brand-new VR scary video game that launched today on Quest and PC VR that is in fact relatively good!

Now look, I’m sorry if I sounded a bit jaded in those opening sentences there however in all sincerity, I am. I’ve played many VR scary video games in the past and a big part of them have actually been absolutely underwhelming and simply extremely, extremely made. Case in point is the just recently launched Afterlife VR which I streamed on my individual YouTube channel a couple of weeks earlier. It was most likely among the worst PSVR2 video games I’ve played up until now and it included every unfavorable point that I explained at the start of this post.

On the other side of the coin, Propagation: Paradise hotel (which you can enjoy me play in PC VR in the video at the top of this page) is refreshingly well produced, it includes some legally scary gameplay and, most importantly, it seems like it was made with real care and attention to information!

Trapped in a zombie-infested hotel that has some exceptional Resident Evil estate vibes, Propagation: Paradise hotel is a sluggish burn scary video game that will put the chills up you with its exceptional sound style and some remarkably comprehensive environments that are painted wall-to-wall with unjustified quantities of gore.

It’s not best though, while the puzzles are extremely similar to old-school Resi video games, I did encounter one which triggered a great deal of aggravation and tiresome backtracking due to a terribly signposted option. For a video game about a zombie break out the zombies appear to be rather scarce too, or a minimum of they remained in the very first half of the video game (I’ve not finished it yet). I seem like it may have been scarier with more opponents to combat however the video game would rather count on a smaller sized quantity of zombies that rather return to life after a number of minutes of being downed.

It likewise does not appear to be that long either and there are reports can be found in of a 3-4 hour playtime with a cliffhanger ending that points at a 2nd chapter to come. This is balanced out with a budget plan pricetag though so you must get your cash worth if you do choose to start.

Either method, if you’re starved for a great VR scary video game, I ‘d state Propagation: Paradise hotel is well worth an appearance. It’s out today for Quest 2 and PC VR with a PSVR2 port prepared for release eventually in the future.


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