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General Information

Available on:Oculus RiftNov 14, 2017
HTC ViveNov 14, 2017

Developer: Octobox Interactive

Publisher: Buka Entertainment

Genres: Action, Simulation

There is a new sheriff in town! High Noon is a fun VR shooter where you play as а sheriff in a small town somewhere in the Wild West. Although, the things are not doing that well in this town. Hordes of bloodthirsty outlaws terrorize poor peaceful townsfolk and they could be real pain in the neck of a new sheriff. In your neck. So make ‘em dance! You are the Law now. And the time has come for them to learn that once and for all. WILD WEST SETTING Immerse yourself into the true Western - the scorching sun, prairies and saloons. Fight and win on the colorful locations of the Wild West! HUGE ARSENAL OF WEAPONS From regular revolvers, rifles and dynamite to unconventional harpoons. Choose and upgrade your weapons right - your life depends on it! THE HIGHER YOUR SKILL, THE BETTER THE REWARD The game encourages you to play “in style” - achieve goals by a killing sprees, multiple headshots and double your reward! JUSTICE IS IN YOUR HANDS Enemies get tougher and bosses get deadlier with each new level and location — upgrade your arsenal and mow them down. Every single one of them has different look and behavior, but they all have a common goal - to get rid of the new sheriff. Join the fight, upgrade your weapons, and compete with your friends. Dynamic battles against dozens of enemies, a vigorous soundtrack and vivid, stylish visuals in the classic Western atmosphere awaits you. You are the Law now!

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High Noon VR Reviews

High Noon VR is WAY more fun than any $9.99 stationary shooter has any right to be. With stellar (albeit repetitive and occasionally janky) voice acting, excellent gunplay, and more than a few laugh-out-loud moments, this is one you should add to your library. Come for the gunplay, stay for the deep-seated worry that might just be a cold blooded well-intentioned murderer.

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