It's been awhile since I've put on the ol' headset. Doesn't seem that long ago I was reviewing a bunch of horror games this month last year. Looks like the only one I'll be getting to this Halloween is Rise of Insanity (on sale a few weeks back). I decided against Five Nights at Freddy's for $20.99 because it's way too expensive for cheap jump scares.
Anyway, Barry Burton asked about Rise of Insanity once, so here's the lowdown. It's definitely not worth it if you don't have VR (you can play without). It's such a barebones walking simulator and one of the simpler games I've played. The plot is rudimentary and the "twist" easy to figure out, and the game lasts about an hour, unrushed. There is one sequence that looked cool in VR, but sadly not much more. Definitely not worth it for full price, though it might be more easily digestible at $5 or less. There are a few jump scares littered throughout, and yeah, they got me every time (because they're cheap and easy).