Blood & Truth
Top Critic Average
Despite its issues here and there, Sony’s London Studio seems to have found a way to bring the on-rails shooter, into virtual reality while improving the main idea.
Review in Greek | Read full review
Blood & Truth is one of the greatest experiences in PlayStation VR. With a James Bond-esque story, the game has some great action sequences with a lot of goons to shoot and a plethora of weapons to use, London Studios shows us the kind of games we should see more often in VR.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
In my opinion, there are only a handful of games that can be categorised as a system seller for Sony’s headset; something that would make it worthwhile laying down the cost of VR. Games like Beat Saber and Astro Bot have proven themselves at making VR work in its own right, and now you can add Blood & Truth to that list. And if you already own a PSVR you would be doing yourself a disservice by not going out and picking this game up.
As big a proponent of the system I am, my PSVR has nonetheless been kind of collecting dust these last few months after the heady highlights of Borderlands 2 and Astro Bot.
Another blockbuster hit for the PS VR, Blood & Truth marries unparalleled action with a fun, thrilling spy story.
From the compelling and well-acted story to its engaging combat, SIE London Studios has delivered one of the best VR experiences on Sony's platform. Like a hard-boiled blend of John Woo and any good London heist movie, Blood & Truth stands tall as one of the best PSVR games to date.
Mad action game with some good simple puzzle elements, movie experience and short and transparent story.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Blood & Truth is the console virtual reality game that we've been dreaming about since PSVR was announced.
This is what VR should be; a combination of enjoyable gameplay, solid immersion, decent story and acting, all brought together into one Layer Cake of gaming.