Review System: Oculus Rift CV1
Price at Time Of Review: Free
Comfort Rating: Green
Size: 412.84 MB
Controller System: Touch Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi Player: No
Agelore’s Fantasy (Oculus Rift)
Intro: Agelore is a made-up name derived from Ageless Lore… A never-ending story, this is what this game is all about. Endless fun, kick ass enemies, upgrades, and your trusty all-knowing staff. Play as a wizard, blast enemies with your all-knowing staff. You have the options to upgrade your damage and health. Use a shield to defend against enemies, enemies will keep getting stronger, and they will rush to attack you as well.
Review: Agelore’s Fantasy is a first person shooter that sees you shooting seemingly endless enemies in a never-ending story of good vs evil. You play as a wizard, with a powerful staff in one hand and a magical shield in the other. There are no instructions needed with this game, just point, shoot, block and repeat until the wave is gone. I have no idea what you are shooting at, but they seem to be different colours and some take longer to kill than others.
While there isn’t any story to talk about, the fancy setting looks OK with some nice variety in the battle arenas. From snow to fire, dessert to grass. Even the weapons look pretty great and it is only really the enemies that let things down.
Verdict: I think Agelore’s Fantasy is worth every penny you pay for it (which is nothing because it’s free). There seems to be no health meter, no damage from enemies, but yet I can upgrade my health! Even upgrading the damage my staff can do didn’t seem to do that much. But I did have some fun playing it for a short time before getting bored by its repetitiveness. I do like the idea and some minor improvements will see this game become a great little experience.