VR Karts Reviews
Even, if for some reason, you happen to take a liking towards VR Karts, it's not worth £34.99 of anyone's money and exposes the imaginary premium that studios are putting on games simply because it says VR in the title. It's such a sour point to end on, but even if it were priced accordingly, VR Karts rarely peaks above mediocrity.
While lacking in the charm department, VR Karts captures the fun and chaos of kart-racing really well in virtual reality.
Just a mediocre kart game. Even virtual reality doesn't change anything in this average, ordinary title.
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With its bare bones presentation and lackluster amount of content, this is basically an overpriced Mario Kart knock-off that’s vaguely amusing for about half an hour before its limitations become abundantly clear.