Robo Recall

Epic Games, Oculus

Mighty Man
OpenCritic Rating
88
Top Critic Average
100%
Critics Recommend
Based on 6 critic reviews
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Robo Recall

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
Mighty Man

OpenCritic Rating

88

Top Critic Average

100%

Critics Recommend

Based on 6 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Oculus RiftMar 1, 2017

Publishers: Epic Games, Oculus

Genre: First-Person Shooter

You used to push lead with a pencil, but now you’re pushing it with a gun. A recent barrage of defective, homicidal robots has created openings in RoboReady’s perpetually underfunded and suddenly swamped Recall Department. Thrown into the fray as a Recaller, you must rely on your wits, reflexes and a vast arsenal of weaponry to eliminate the robot uprising.

Robo Recall is an action-packed VR first-person shooter with visceral Touch gameplay and an in-depth scoring system. Earn the high score by using creative combat tactics and skill shots as you teleport through city streets and rooftops in an awe-inspiring ballet of bullets. Tear apart your interactive robot foes and use them to fend off the enemy onslaught. Unlock, customize and test weapons before taking on advanced challenges that put your newfound skills to the test!

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IGN

8.5 / 10.0
Dan Stapleton

Robo Recall is an excellent demonstration of what a VR shooter can be on Oculus Touch. Thanks to highly physical action and tons of options for smashing a bunch of great-looking robots with both magically replenishing guns and your bare hands, the three available maps feel like plenty.

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Game Informer

8.8 / 10.0
Game Informer

This is one of the funniest, zaniest games you can play in VR, thanks to its mixture of thrilling action and effective humor

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Destructoid

8.5 / 10.0
Chris Carter

Robo Recall's few flaws just feed into the notion that I want more of it. I'm sure it cost a pretty penny for Epic to develop, and with the install base right now of VR, it may not even fully pay off. But if more deep-pocket developers are able to take risks like this and make more of these pushes, we might see VR hitting the mainstream yet.

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Rock, Paper, Shotgun

There's no escaping that you're essentially playing arena-based score attack, but quite clearly a shit-ton of money and expertise has been gone into this, and it looks and feels some distance ahead of the VR shooter pack.

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