Parents' Guide to

The Exorcist: Legion VR

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

VR scares have minor tech issues, will chill your spine.

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While there are a few minor technical issues that could temporarily ruin the immersion, The Exorcist: Legion VR is a fun and downright scary episodic game you won't soon forget. You'll enjoy exploring indoor and outdoor locations, picking up clues and solving puzzles using a combination of items you find -- along with your exorcist's toolkit -- to find and banish the demon in a climactic boss-like battle. It's something to look forward to in each chapter, and they don't all play out the same, as you may suspect. In fact, between cases, you'll go back to the police station to examine evidence and look into new leads.

There are a few minor issues with movement, where it's not entirely intuitive, which could hurt the suspension of disbelief. You also walk slowly through each environment, which might annoy some players. Also, near the end of the chapter, you're focusing more on a tense combat sequence and shouldn't have to wrestle with the controls. Players may also occasionally run into camera angles that can obscure their view, but all of these issues are minor compared to the engaging and terrifying gameplay. With its great sound design and atmospheric visuals, horror fans will no doubt love this chilling interactive experience. So long as you don't mind slower-paced adventure games, delivered in short chapters, with some occasional movement and camera issues, The Exorcist: Legion VR is one of the more underrated virtual reality games yet released.

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