Pixel Ripped 1995
The good, if it is brief, twice good. As a game, Pixel Ripped 1995 leaves us wanting more. As a VR format, it must be consumed in short and controlled doses, the eye works hard to control 2 screens, those of video games and the real world, where both have to interact to overcome each phase.
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If you own a VR headset and want to delve into some childhood nostalgia, Pixel Ripped 1995 is a great way to do a bit of time traveling. However, as a VR-focused experience, Pixel Ripped 1995 feels more novel than essential.
With its nostalgia-fuelled antics and varied gameplay mechanics, Pixel Ripped 1995 is an absolute blast to play. It manages to capture the vibe of the 90s perfectly, whether that’s with the video games it allows you to play or within the world around you. The gameplay formula feels more clever than ever too, and it has clearly been refined and improved upon when compared to its predecessor. If you appreciate virtual reality titles that do something unique and entertaining, you really ought to check Pixel Ripped 1995 out – it’s a fantastic homage to the games of the 90s that retro fans are sure to appreciate. I can’t wait to see what year Pixel Ripped sends us to next…
Pixel Ripped 1995 is out April 23rd on PC VR platforms for $19.99.
Even if you weren’t a 90’s kid, what Arvore has managed to create will still delight any gaming fan in general.