Showing posts with label PSVR. Show all posts
Showing posts with label PSVR. Show all posts

19/12/2020

๐Ÿ˜Ž๐ŸŽฎ Britt's Brief Bulletin | Mini Review | Pixel Ripped 1995 | 8/10 | "A joyous jaunt in a virtual, ‘90s world" ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐ŸŽฎ @PixelRipped #GameDev #IndieGames #PSVR

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A PSVR title that sees you taking control of several vignettes in the life of a young boy, Pixel Ripped 1995 stood out as one of the better PSVR titles I’ve played this year. 

Moving through several segments from your home – where you must distract your mum with a rubber dart gun so that you can continue to play an 8-bit video game, much to her dismay -
to a scene set inside a video game store and a pretty thrilling car ride home that involves gunning down pursuing aliens, the VR is put to fantastic use here and the retro aesthetic is captured perfectly. 
A solid running time of 4-5 hours and a nice variety of genres on offer that feel like a highlight reel of ‘90s gaming, not since Astro Bot Rescue mission game have I been so drawn into a childlike sense of wonder, definitely one for your VR collection!

8/10

16/01/2020

๐Ÿค– Astro Bot Rescue Mission | Ten Minute Taster | "Robots & Giant Monkeys" ๐Ÿค– #PSVR

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Astro Bot Rescue Mission is my favourite PSVR game so far and up there with the best PS4 games.

17/12/2018

๐Ÿ”ซ Review: GunGrave Coffin Edition - PSVR ๐Ÿ”ซ #PSVR

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GunGrave Coffin Edition PSVR
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GunGrave VR Coffin Edition is a set of two games or episodes, GunGrave VR and GunGrave U.N. VR.
GunGrave is a PS2/Xbox/Anime classic brought up to date in 2018's VR and it's a solid PSVR gaming experience, but unfortunately it isn't perfect. 

I've tried the coffin edition which is two good episode/games, both with a few surprises, but also they come with some limited controls and game options.

21/11/2018

๐ŸŽฎ "5 PSVR GAMES That Will Make You Want To Own PSVR" ๐ŸŽฎ #PSVR

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VR is one of those things that I have hesitated buying into as I have been waiting for hardware revisions, price drops and decent games to be published.

It has felt like there isn't a killer game that truly requires you to part with your cash in order to get involved.

But slowly the case for buying VR and specifically in this case PSVR, is getting stronger as more and more worthwhile titles get released...

12/11/2018

๐Ÿ‘พ Review: Pixel Ripped 1989 "a feast for your ears, eyes and it seriously scratches your nostalgia gaming itch" ๐Ÿ‘พ #PSVR #IndieGame

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Pixel Ripped 1989 is a feast for your ears, eyes and it seriously scratches your nostalgia gaming itch like no other gaming experience I’ve had on PSVR.

13/08/2018

๐Ÿง ๐Ÿคฏ Review: Esper - "The PSVR Telekinesis Is Strong In this One" ๐Ÿง ๐Ÿคฏ #PSVR

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Esper is a VR puzzle game that uses telekinesis to test your skills in solving unique 3D puzzles to progress through the game.

You are a trainee in a government-funded retro spy institution that evaluates new recruits telekinesis powers. 

You start the game on your first day in the government centre undergoing telekinesis assessment tests, checking how well you can use mind powers to carry out your spy missions.

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