Most people who try the Capcom's game "Kitchen" say either that they never want to go near it again because it is so scary or they are fascinated and taken with this immersive life-like technology.
The name "Kitchen" sounds pretty tame, right? Once people strap on those virtual reality goggles it's all about fear.
If you have ever dreamed of living out a nightmare this is the game for you. It is a heart-stopping, expletive screaming, palm sweating kind of experience.
Adding mystery to this gaming monster, no footage of the game exists -- only people freaking out while playing it.
Sherri Smith is a tech writer with Tom's Guide and Laptop magazine. She says there is a good reason the virtual reality game is scaring the breath out of people. It is a chilling example of a growing brand of gaming -- virtual reality buoyed by Facebook's purchase of Oculus Rift and Sony's Project Morpheus -- is becoming more and more popular, realistic, and in this case frightening.
When (and if) Capcom will release this game to the general public is still unclear. But we know oculus rift will be available for consumers in early 2016.