The world’s themselves are beautiful, stunning and make you feel like you’re flying, but the level design is held back by monotonous gameplay objectives.
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It took a few rounds, but I almost felt like a kid again in the arcade.
Unfortunately, Weeping Doll has none of the redeeming qualities F.E.A.R had.
While Eagle Flight has some really good elements, it also has several problems including a steep price tag, repetitive gameplay, no checkpoints, and a slim online mode.
While the shooting mechanics are solid, the overall game just feels bland and repetitive.
Even though Rez Infinite VR is 15 years old, it almost feels like it was originally created for VR.
Music VR isn’t so much a game as it’s more of a music visualizer with a focus on letting you experience your music in a way you haven’t before.
Thumper VR delivers such an amazing sense of speed and edge of your seat gameplay that you’re instantly hooked.
There’s a lot of cheesy and over the top moments in the career mode and I personally loved it. There are also some references to past Rock Band games as well.