Wilson's Heart Crack/Patch

Wilson's Heart Wilson's Heart is an immersive first-person psychological thriller set in a 1940's hospital that has undergone a haunting transformation. In this original VR adventure, you become Robert Wilson, a patient who awakens to the shocking discovery that his heart has been replaced with a mysterious device. As the hospital hauntings intensify, you and your fellow patients must traverse increasingly maddening corridors, overcome frightening environmental hazards and work together to defeat the sinister inhabitants in your pursuit to reveal who stole your heart... and why. Wilson's Heart leverages an eccentric cast of characters, compelling narrative, striking visuals, and the immersive nature of Touch to bring you into an interactive adventure of mystery unlike any other game. [Twisted Pixel]

Download Wilson's Heart Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 81 / 100
User rating
8.4
Downloads 560
Genre Action Adventure, Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Twisted Pixel Games , Oculus Studios / Twisted Pixel Games

Wilson's Heart reviews ( 2 )

CaptainRandom, Apr 26, 2017

This is THE VR experience I've hoped for! A truly unique psychological thriller that puts the player into a 1940's era hospital that is apparently haunted. The game has great atmosphere through the music, environments, and the interactions are some of the best to date in VR experiences and games in general. If you don't have an Oculus Rift, then this will be the game to buy one for. I highly recommend it!

Frogacuda, Jun 17, 2017

In many ways, this is a landmark game for VR, even with a few glaring flaws. It's a lengthy 8-hour adventure with great production values, excellent graphics, and a ton of atmosphere. The scenario is incredibly creative, steeped in vintage 1940s horror vibes, and each sequence manages to introduce clever new ideas. During a time when made-for-VR games are still mostly short and shallow, this is undeniably a AAA game with the substance and value you'd expect from a console game. At its core, this is an adventure game, driven more by puzzles and story than by action or gameplay mechanics, and that's a good thing, since the mechanics themselves are probably the weakest part. While interacting in VR is normally very intuitive, Wilson's Heart often has clumsy scenarios where you're not quite sure how to make the game do what you want to do. The movement mechanic is a very limiting node-teleport, and you can't even take more than a step in any direction before the game freezes and makes you move back. When everything works like you'd expect it, it's a joy to grab and throw and punch, but there are too many moments where you'll be clumsily trying to figure out where to put your hands. Despite these flaws, I'd have no hesitation recommending Wilson's Heart. It's a gorgeous, clever, one-of-a-kind game that could only exist in VR. It offers the right amount of scary to make you jump and sweat, but not give you PTSD, and it's one of the biggest, most ambitious VR originals to date.