Genres: Action, First-Person Shooter
Sneaky Bears is simply great fun while it lasts, so it's a shame it can be completed so quickly, as I would have loved to spend more time with Buddy and Frank. It's also a bit expensive (£15.99) given the content, but that's the case with most PSVR games. All in all, it's one of the best wave-based shooters on PSVR and definitely worth a look, especially if you have younger players in the family.
While I would have loved for there to be an online leader board, the setting of a warehouse with it’s immersion of VR almost feels like it’s you against the survival of humans. Even while playing and seeing Frank come on to deliver his clever and humorous messages (that I really enjoyed and laughed at), I had this sense of he was wanting to play a game and the whole time the warehouse factory was one big room where at any time, it would be the end for Buddy, the Pandas, and me. I was more than happy to prove Frank wrong and put an end to those Evil Sneaky Bears. It was a 'beary' good time.
What do I make of Sneaky Bears? Firstly I love this game. Sure not every hardcore gamer or trophy hunter will love this game. It’s not to difficult to play, also there is no platinum trophy either. But I loved my time on this game so I will go back time to time and shoot some more bears, after all we can’t have them taking over now can we?
Sneaky Bears PlayStation VR Trailer