Nope, nope, and more nope in Dreadhalls

I bid farewell to VB’s #Spooktober festivities with what might be, quite possibly, my dumbest horror gaming “adventure” ever. I know my limits, but somehow, I completely forgot them all when I foolishly picked up Dreadhalls.

VIRTUAL BASTION

Guys, I don’t know what I was thinking when I decided to start playing Dreadhalls. I really don’t. But I can think of no better way to round out our #Spooktober celebration than with my story about this unique and scary VR game, which is at once unforgettable, and for me, unrepeatable.

Way back in 2016, when me and my other half picked up new Samsung phones, they each came with a free Gear VR – a headset that held said phones. The idea was simply this: sign up for an Oculus account on the phone, load up the Occulus app, place phone into Gear VR, plug earbuds into phone, and get loads of VR content through the Gear. Despite a few personal issues with the headset, like not being able to comfortably wear my glasses under it, I heartily jumped into exploring the world of VR gaming

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