System: Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift & Windows MR
Price at Time Of Review: £2.09
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Interactive Experience
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing or Sitting
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 85
Description: Ashi Wash is like a haiku. A goofy one to be sure, but a haiku all the same. A single reading of a haiku is short, but it invites the reader to reread it and ponder the layers of meaning densely packed into its few words. Likewise, a single playthrough of Ashi Wash is short, but this surreal game has layers of secrets and meanings that will give you foot for thought. You’ll find something new every time you revisit it.
Want to show your friends your VR setup? Ashi Wash comes with a toe-tally neato VR mode that’s great for parties. Everyone will be laughing all night at the absurdity of Ashi Wash! The local high-score list adds some fun competition, too.
Review: If you suffer from Podophobia (the fear of feet) you might want to avoid this game, because this is an action game in which you will be trying to clip, trim, clean and prune a giant foot! You get a set amount of time and certain things to do. While this is one of the weirdest games you will play it still manages to look good and overall be well made. It’s nice and easy to play and is something you can play with your friends and family. Sometimes the oddest of games work and this one works fine and is worth every penny of its asking price.