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Thumper (VR)

Drool
Oct 13, 2016 - PlayStation VR
Mighty

OpenCritic Rating

85

Top Critic Average

90%

Critics Recommend

IGN
9 / 10
Game Informer
5.8 / 10
GameSpot
9 / 10
VideoGamer
9 / 10
COGconnected
90 / 100
TechnoBuffalo
Buy
Twinfinite
4.5 / 5
SelectButton
9 / 10
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Thumper - Rhythm Hell Gameplay Trailer | PS4 PSVR STEAM

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Critic Reviews for Thumper (VR)

IGN

9 / 10.0
IGN

Thumper’s brutal, breakneck speed and precision-based musical action kept me entranced for all nine of its bizarre, nightmarish stages, which contained enough nuanced high score-chasing tricks to demand several replays already. To really master Thumper’s many layers of rhythm-based mechanisms would take much more time than the 10 or so hours it takes to complete the first time – and that’s a challenge that I eagerly accept.

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Challenging to a fault, Thumper provides few reasons to indulge its difficulty

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Thumper's unrelenting speed and menacing percussion are overwhelming, seeping into your subconscious in the best way possible.

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Thumper is a great rhythm action game, with strong visuals, fantastic design, and more speed than Keanu Reeves on a bus rigged to explode.

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Thumper VR delivers such an amazing sense of speed and edge of your seat gameplay that you’re instantly hooked.

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Thumper made my heart race in a way no other rhythm game has before. I really like it.

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Thumper is an incredible assault on the senses when played in virtual reality. The speed at which you have to turn corners and hit notes in a stunningly designed world makes for an intense and enjoyable ride. Any PlayStation VR owner should pick it up, even if it’ll make you want to go to bed after one level.

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Thumper is a thriving rhythm game that includes an incredible VR mode. That's not to say the game isn't worth it if you have no interest in virtual reality, but indie developer Drool takes the game to new heights when you find yourself enveloped in the game's 3D space. Even being mediocre when it goes to playing on the leaderboards, I keep going back to Thumper every night for just one more run.

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