The Last Clockwinder
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The Last Clockwinder is a delightfully charming puzzle game suitable for all ages. With almost unlimited solutions to the puzzles and no time limits it's rather relaxing. It may not have the wow factor of some the other games in the PSVR 2 launch line up, but it's well worth a look.
The Last Clockwinder is one of the more chill games to check out on your new PSVR2, and it's worthy of the purchase. This is the definitive version, with crisp visuals and motion controls backed by an emotional story you connect with even without seeing any of the characters. If you're looking to decipher a few puzzles with the help of a few cute little robots, this is the game for you.
Despite some low-res textures, a pleasant art style tops things off nicely, and a decent range of comfort options is there if required. The Last Clockwinder isn't a big, showy experience, instead using VR to really root you to the puzzles. Enjoyable throughout and no longer than it needs to be, this is quietly one of the better games among PSVR2's launch lineup.
The Last Clockwinder is a delightful puzzler that includes a clever mechanic. The ability to create a chain of clones to solve conundrums is a thrill and continues to be so throughout the campaign. Even though there is a lack of interactivity in the environment, you’ll enjoy tinkering with the bots to create the most efficient production line.
The Last Clockwinder is a must-play for VR owners – full stop. Even beyond VR, it simply doesn't get much better than this. If you're like me, and are experiencing a new reality for the first time, this is a fantastic gateway game that I can't say enough great things about. A few minor technical hiccups are present, but that's borderline nitpicking at this near-perfect package.
The Last Clockwinder utilises VR in a fun an interesting way, that never gets frustrating or overstays its welcome. Its limited scope works in favour of its world, but the otherwise relatable story being told only through audio recordings is a little disappointing. Regardless, The Last Clockwinder is a must play for PSVR2 owners.
As I've written before, I'm on the autism spectrum, which for me means that I can be overly sensitive to lights and sounds that neurotypical people tend to be able to tolerate. A lot of games like DOOM and Call of Duty fall into this camp, overloading my senses to the point where my eyes start to water and my ears recoil in fear. The Last Clockwinder is an excellent example of the opposite of that, offering a gentle, kind tour through a broken-down clock in a giant tree.