Killer Frequency is a loving tribute to the slasher movies of the 1980s where you have to save the citizens of Gallows Creek.
VGChartz's Lee Mehr: "Like a late-night radio show, Killer Frequency is only as good as its colorful cast and scenarios. Fortunately, it has those in spades. While still falling into the narrative adventure/walking sim phylum, with most of those trappings in tow, Team 17 captures a mechanical nuance that syncs design and story into a hermetically-sealed package. Each individual element – setting, theme, concept, premise, etc. – feels carefully considered for its ultimate goal. There are some era-specific contrivances to make this radio show work, but it's worth the night of neon-drenched murder invading this sleepy town."
There's no doubt that Killer Frequency may come with a bit too much dialogue for some, and occasionally some bits do drag, but ultimately there is a great story found within; one that explores the twilight zone of late-night radio.
Team17's brings it own dark comedy to VR in Killer Frequency. XR Source finds a slow-burn thriller that's worth putting in the effort in.