System: Oculus Quest
Price at Time Of Review: £8.99
Comfort Rating: Green
Size: 1.93 GB
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 18+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 90
Description: If you like weird cartoon shows like Adventure Time and Rick and Morty you will probably enjoy this game a lot more than most people. But the good news is most people should also find some enjoyment here! While you can finish the game quite easily within 1 hour you will find yourself going back to finish up the levels and find all the things you were missing. Its got some laughs, some brain scratching puzzles and craziness by the truckload. I do feel it is worth the money, but only just as if you can hold off and wait for it to be in a sale you will probably enjoy it a lot more.
Review: How long have these goggles been pressing into my flesh? What began as a small game jam between William Pugh (The Stanley Parable), Dominik Johann (Minit) and Justin Roiland (Rick and Morty) is now—two years later—an aberration of warped technology, weird worlds and strange, disturbing creatures. Since its debut, Accounting has tripled in size, mutated into an intricate labyrinth of forbidden virtual realities. With countless more secrets to discover if you have the stomach to brave the dangers of new characters brought to life by a cast of comedic legends (Rich Fulcher, Reggie Watts, and Justin Roiland).