System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £4.79
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Turret Shooter
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 10
Description: A player starts in a confined small base, chained, and an asteroid assault is coming. This game includes several awesome features such as heat up Gatling guns with shell casing ejection, rocket launchers with homing missiles, and slow motion to help fight off the assault. A local opponent player can use a PC controller to designate the destination of where asteroids come from and/or launch the mother-ship boss fight. This game is solely made by one person and made with attention to detail.
Review: I’m not going to lie to you, trying to find something positive to say about ‘Asteroid Turret Defender VR’ for the start of this review is almost impossible. I get that this is an indie game from a bedroom developer and I myself could do no better. But when you ask £4.79 for a game like this you should expect a bit of a tumping from us VR reviewers, so that is what I will give this game. In short…its crap. Its looks like crap, sounds worse than crap and the amount of content you get would be hardly justified if this game was free (which it isn’t). If this game ever gets a massive update or becomes free maybe give it a look, but not until then and especially not for £4.79.