Accounting+ costs around €10, which is fairly cheap. The game only lasts about an hour which is unfortunately short considering how much fun it is. I was very let down when the game ended because I was having way too much fun. I wouldn't normally suggest that anyone pay €10 for a 1-hour game, but this is definitely an exception. If you like humour that is rude and offensive, then you will like this game. If you are new to VR then you most definitely need to pick this up and make sure you play it with 2 move controllers.
Accounting+ is a novelty, brilliant to experience, but hard to recommend. I was highly entertained by my time with Accounting+, but after this review, I am thoroughly done with it. Repeated playthroughs don't really offer anything new on the gameplay front, and the dialog becomes less funny on repetition. There's also the glaring issue that I still haven't learned anything about accounting. I got yelled at by a guy in a tree. I killed a fat king. I got tried for murder after dying from summoning Satan. I became the Leonardo DiCaprio of VR (GET IT?!? I MADE AN INCEPTION JOKE!), but I never learned a single thing about accounting.
What we have here is a unique, bizarre and funny VR experience that's well worth playing, but not quite so well worth buying. It's one of the most obnoxious and wilfully offensive games you'll ever play, but it's also short and insubstantial, leaving you wondering 'is that really it?'. Get a mate with PSVR to cough up, have a quick go and you're laughing, but you might want to think twice before splashing out yourself.
Crazy, hilarious VR experience, which has the character and the length of an episode of Justin Roiland's insane series.
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If you’re a fan of Rick and Morty or are simply craving wackier and more peculiar uses for your PSVR headset, this is a fitfully fun ride while it lasts.
'Accounting +' is pure VR fun