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Unfortunately, without the VR component and someone younger to share the experience, Luna is difficult to review. However, its interactive fairy tale presentation is supported by an aesthetic that recalls a childlike and tactile feeling, a haunting and serene soundtrack along with a gripping narration and simple puzzles. Luna is an easy recommendation if you have a sibling or a child or if you want to introduce someone to games.
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While lean on content, Funomena delivers a bite-sized title that offers one of PSVR's more meditative experiences. Extremely relaxing, the title's puzzle, art, and music work in concert to deliver a title that had us smiling from beginning to end. The game has such a warm sincerity that it's nigh impossible to not get swept up in its charm. If you're on the fence, but have PSVR, the recommendation to pick it up is a no brainer.
Overall, Luna falls into the trap a lot of experience games do. It looks amazing and has some cool features, such as VR, there just isn't much beyond the gimmicks. When you figure the adventure is about an hour, most of the gameplay is clicking things and it follows the same pattern throughout, it just doesn't have anything else to attract players. This doesn't mean you won't enjoy Luna, the look and feel, combined with just tending a garden might be enough for some, it's just not a title that will have much for anyone beyond that small niche.
Luna has a unique look, but thanks to the monotonic gameplay it offers, loses its charm really fast and becomes so annoying that prevents you from enjoying its story or artistic graphical style
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