Bravo Team Reviews
A shooter that earns its place alongside Rogue Warrior, Turning Point and Hour of Victory as one of the very worst games you could play.
A shockingly poor attempt to make a VR military shooter, that barely seems to work in any aspect and unwittingly exposes just how limited VR gaming can be.
Though VR co-op is a nice touch, Bravo Team brings nothing else new to the table.
"Expanse" might be a bit generous, though. While it's hardly unusual for a VR game to be a bit on the short side, a couple of hours and change for the campaign from start to finish (not including a few frustrating sniper-deaths) pushes the limit. On the other hand, I'm happy that it was over quickly, the better to move on to games that I enjoyed. A score attack mode also exists for those who really want to squeeze every bit of blood from a stone.
Bravo Team is thrilling and immersive thanks to the PSVR and Aim Controller combination, but tactical elements are not well executed, and swapping between first person and third person camera breaks the shooting rythm. One of the best VR looking games for PS4.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Ultimately, Bravo Team adds nothing to the VR shooter scene and it's somewhat baffling to see Sony pushing the game so hard considering how it has turned out. If you were considering paying top dollar for that tempting Aim Controller bundle then don't.
A failed attempt to portrait the action of an FPS on VR. Bravo Team lacks enought variety and polish to be a real contender on the genre.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Bravo Team has many limits: it contains few good ideas and a lot of problems. A game with no personality.
Review in Italian | Read full review
It's such a shame that Bravo Team is bad because Supermassive has made some great games, but this is by far the worst.
The sum total of this VR experience is being a virtual jack in the box.
Bravo Team's tactical combat is a good fit for virtual reality, and it's exciting peeking out of cover in order to take pot shots.
A poor PSVR shooter, given the pedigree behind its development Bravo Team should have been much better.
Bravo Team is a boring shooter about brave commandos with online co-op for two players and a lot of problems with aiming. Supermassive Games' projects with each new release are getting worser, and it's sad.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Bravo Team nearly does the job as a VR shooter, with good controls (Aim Controller compatible) and online coop gameplay, but for all the rest it is really boring. This game is a poor clich' of shooting games, with no soul and no ideas. Very far from what Farpoint did last year.
Review in French | Read full review
Bravo Team delivers solid low-volume VR shooter action with few highlights.
Review in German | Read full review
Bravo Team's third-person camera movement system snatches control away from the player far too much, creating a jarring and unfriendly experience. I'm still baffled at why this was thought to be a good idea after numerous play tests. Movement is just the peak of myriad problems in Bravo Team, including tracking issues, AI goofs, and just plain bad and boring game design. Endless waves of bullet-sponge enemies in one boring location become more endless waves of enemies in another boring location, and dealing with Bravo Team's other issues means it's not even a boring waste-of-time type of shooter. It's altogether a bad game with few redeemable aspects that doesn't represent the best of VR or Supermassive and should be avoided at all costs.
Got PSVR but no Aim? You might not want to bother. Bravo Team isn't an exceptional game in terms of visuals, scenery, action, AI or enthralling set pieces, and it's really only the make-believe, plastic gunplay that makes it worth a punt. It isn't good enough to make it worth purchasing the Aim for.
Bravo Team embodies some of the worst traits in a VR game. It's lackluster gameplay and stale shooting never take full advantage of VR as a medium, and stumble across all the worst hardware pitfalls PSVR has to wrangle with. It's a mercifully short experience that doesn't justify the price, especially when better games that fundamentally understand VR hardware exist already.
A black sheep among PlayStation VR games. Not only it's a crap, but also it makes the Aim Controller look bad.
Review in Polish | Read full review
Bravo Team is not a bad shooter and occasionally offers an immersive sensation, though that isn’t enough. Most of the time it will feel like a bland game that is entirely too forgettable. With so many other titles showing what PlayStation VR can offer, there is really no need to pick Bravo Team over them.