First off, I want to specify that this is a review of the Vive version. Shawn Hitchcock, the developer of Emily Wants to Play has fixed some issues that plagued the game originally. It used to automatically teleport you to the main room at midnight, but it doesn't do that anymore, thankfully. Normal teleporting works better now, but occasionally it will still act weird. I wish they'd add an option to use the trackpad to move instead of teleporting. Also, I think there needs to be a few more clues as to what you're supposed to be doing. You shouldn't have to look up a guide to figure out what to do. Still, If you're looking for a scary game, look no further. However, understand that this is a jump scare fest, somewhat similar to Dreadhalls. At more than $4.99, I'd probably pass on it.