Price at Time Of Review: £7.99 Comfort Rating: Green (No Movement) Genre: Adventure Supported Controllers: Oculus Touch Best Playing Position: Standing, Roomscale Multi-Player: Yes Age Rating: PG
Description: Claim your role in town. Will you be a Warrior? A Blacksmith? A Crafter? Each is a key part of a thriving town and governs how you level up and progress. Explore dark caves, where terrible monsters and great treasures await. The deeper you delve, the nastier the monsters. But where else could unclaimed fortunes lie? Will your story become a legend, or will you end in tragedy?
Review: When it comes to reviewing ‘A Township Tale’ I am glad that I stuck with it. The game really isn’t easy to get into and you will be doing a lot of movement (and lots of bending down) in the early days until you get the hang of the controls. But if you are willing to give this game some time and get the hang of things you will find yourself spending several hours inside its virtual crafting world. While far from perfect (especially when it comes to the visuals) you can easily get your money’s worth here, especially if you get into the multiplayer which is currently full of other players. I just don’t think you can know this for just £7.99, especially when you will get tonnes of gameplay hours out of it. Just give it some time to grow on you and discover the controls.