Yupitergrad offers a satisfying sci-fi virtual reality swinging romp that will certainly push players’ skills to their limit. Sometimes, the challenge will come with the slick and hazardous level design, though other times it might be because the controls don’t offer the full precision you need. Thankfully, it’s more of the former, but you can still expect some frustrating moments along the way. Despite this, there’s certainly a good time to be had with the game, whether that’s when blasting through the campaign or challenging yourself with the additional time-trials. It’s far from being perfect as far as its swinging-escapades are concerned, but it’ll still offer plenty of laughs as you plunge- I mean, ‘SWING’ your way to safety across its vibrant adventure.
Yupitergrad is a great game for PSVR, full of humor and references to the former USSR, fun to play and challenging like few others, without being exhausting for failing the puzzle you want to complete. It manages to cause a feeling of realism without getting dizzy, with good use of the move controls and a draw distance that helps the 3D stand out. Maybe a longer duration or a lower difficulty curve is missed to be more accessible in the first minutes to everyone, but it is a virtual reality game that stands out from the rest and that, if you have a PSVR, it is almost It is mandatory to have it in your games library since fun is more than guaranteed.
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In a sea of “Spiderman sims,” Yupitergrad is a must-have title for your VR library. Setting itself apart from the rest with an undeniable charm, woefully underutilized graphics, and a great sense of humor, Yupitergrad is definitely my top candidate for 2020’s hidden gem.