White Day: A Labyrinth Named School Is Being Reborn For PlayStation VR

And you thought your inner-city high school was scary in the dark. 


White Day: A Labyrinth Named School is an oft-ignored horror classic that's worth giving a try if you can get your hands on it. It's about to enjoy its well-deserved time in the sun, however, with the announcement from Sony Computer Entertainment Korea that it's coming to PlayStation VR.

Korean studio Roi Games is taking the helm on the project, and it's projected for release in 2016 on both PlayStation VR and PlayStation 4. The teaser does a decent enough job of setting the stage for the game, but if you want a taste of the game before its re-release, you can actually get your hands on an earlier version of it now.

Despite having only been released in Korea for PC, a group of talented gamers put together an excellent English patch to make it playable if you can get your hands on a copy. For the longest time, the game was considered abandonware given its poor sales performance, and it was released back in 2001 from Korean studio Sonnori.

It's widely considered an extremely terrifying game, and if you've got the patience for it, you'll appreciate what it has to offer. But if you want the updated version, you'll be waiting a while. Hopefully it'll see a Western release. It absolutely deserves one.

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