Last Labyrinth Reviews
Last Labyrinth might tickle your morbid curiosity through its mysterious atmosphere and deadly puzzles, but with Katia's slow speed and hit and miss puzzles, the game quickly loses steam.
Last Labyrinth fails to provide an enjoyable VR experience. Unless you are a sadist who takes pleasure in witnessing a little girl get brutally murdered, we'd suggest you give this one a miss.
Escape rooms are a great fit for PSVR, and so we have absolutely no idea how Last Labyrinth managed to get things so wrong.
The entrance ticket absolutely out of the market, set at a good 45 euros, could however discourage any curious: we therefore recommend the purchase mainly to the most hardcore fans of the genre and to all those looking for a production as complex as it is distressing.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Last Labyrinth is simply a wonderful VR game for escape room enthusiasts with its challenging puzzles and dire situations.
Last Labyrinth is a title with a strong authorial component, which takes very risky design decisions throughout its development, reaping equal successes and defeats.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
At a near-premium price of $40, Last Labyrinth suggests a polished product, crafted by experienced designers and generous of content. In truth, almost nothing about Last Labyrinth is fun or rewarding.
Last Labyrinth does some amazing things with VR. The way it tells a story through themes of death had me eager to press on through this nightmare of a game. Instructing Katia came naturally, but I do wish I could understand her thoughts about some of the later puzzles.