System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £7.19
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Interactive Experience
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 50
Description: Ancient Egyptian civilization is one of the oldest civilizations in the world and one of the civilizations with the longest continuation of a single ethnic culture. The ancient Egyptians formed a traditional culture in their development, but it was not a conservative and closed civilization. Ancient Egypt was closely connected with the Middle East and the Mediterranean world through civilization exchanges and wars. It blended with West Asia, Greece, and Roman civilizations, which affected the development of the surrounding world culture and made great contributions to the progress of world civilization.
Review: To give it its full title ‘VR Travelling in the Roman Empire (VR Rome Time machine travel in history)’ is like all the other ‘VR Travelling‘ series of interactive experiences. There is no real educational material here, but I could see it being used in an educational setting. The graphics are a little basic, but you can still make out the more iconic structures and style that you would need to. This is not going to be for everyone and really should be free or as good as, but as I have already said, I can see the point of this if it was used in the right setting. Your average Steam VR user is not that setting.