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Review: Here They Lie

The VR space is already rife with jump-scare games. And how easy is it to jump with a helmet on your head when creepy house sounds blend together with the illusion put forth by something intended to frighten you? Very. Here They Lie attempts to cut down on some of that, and add in its own psychological layers to create a different blend of horror: depression and uncertainty.
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