Blood & Truth
Guns and gangsters make for a silly delight in this PSVR caper.
Blood & Truth is a great example of what PSVR can accomplish with a fun, engrossing blockbuster story.
An old school gangster shooter that makes the most of cutting edge tech
A blockbuster action movie in VR form that shows the abilities of PlayStation VR and Sony's studios better than ever before, even if the experience is ultimately rather shallow.
Developer SIE London captures the vibe of the city and its characters, even though the gameplay is standard shooting-gallery fare
Blood and Truth is an entertaining VR shooter with smart movement and inventive motion controls, but it does face some pitfalls.
Blood and Truth’s minor story issues don’t overshadow its widespread successful commitment to VR.
I didn't expect a whole lot from Blood & Truth and came away smiling. No it's not the best showcase for how far the VR industry has come as a whole (especially when the lead tech is a controller released in 2010), but it's the type of popcorn project I'd like to see more of from a major publisher in the space.
Blood & Truth is one of the most intense action experiences on virtual reality. Period. Even with its limitations and lost opportunities, it's like a action blockbuster film, one in that you're the main character. It's a shame that if falls short, and that some mechanics, like climbing, doesn't work as the gunplay, because you'll stay wanting more.
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