Short, sweet, and best of all, you don’t have to fight other people to get out of the parking lot.
It’s hard to complain about something as short as this when it costs about the same as an iced coffee from Starbucks.
A distinct lack of basic functionality or design make this less than a lacklustre first person shooter.
Although the premise of battling through time is appealing, Time Carnage does very little to build upon recent advances in PSVR games.
Pirate Flight VR might be designed for all ages casual play but the thin content, repetitive gameplay, shoehorned VR, and the lack of challenge in any mode makes this game fall flat.
Fans might like it but newcomers won't find much that screams out for your attention unless you're desperately searching for a new JRPG to play.
If you're a Rick and Morty fan you need to experience this!
A good way to bolster your PSVR game collection but continues the trend of shallow titles.
A nostalgia rhythm game that's painfully shallow.
A mostly ill-conceived attempt to bring the gameplay of ARK: Survival Evolved into the VR space.