Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher Reviews
Vivagames was able to offer well-developed female characters, addictive puzzles and convenient shooting and reload mechanics, but all this positive experience drowned in primitive graphics, uninteresting bosses, and weak environment and locations in terms of design.
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Curious design decisions and a confusing, cumbersome control scheme help destroy the immersion, but there's a certain charm to Immortal Legacy's ambition that makes it easier to overlook its problems. It's an occasionally fun VR first-person shooter adventure that's worth a look, especially for its budget price.
Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cipher's clunky controls and iffy late game bosses hold back what is a fun, if weird, VR first person shooter.
Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cypher[VR] has been a long time coming, but the important thing is to do it. It offers us a title that aims to emulate some references of the genre, mixing in turn several styles of play in a game time to overcome it content. It is not exempt, however, from needing some adjustment that we hope will be made, but today a notable game has several bugs present throughout the game that, if not solved, tarnish the overall result. You can enjoy it, but we must get used to compensating for the deviation of the aim, to constantly see forced postures that spoil a set that, on the other hand, would be very visually pleasing, and to play as if there were no subtitles. In a sentence we could qualify Immortal Legacy: The Jade Cypher[VR] for PC as a remarkable game with a very improvable port.
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