System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £10.29
Comfort Rating: Green
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 35
Description: Big Hit VR Baseball is a pick-up-and-play mix of accurate baseball simulation and arcade-y action. Do you have what it takes to hit a big league fastball? Step up to the plate! Key Features: Baseballs move using the real physics of baseball, including spin, Face off against Fastballs, Sinkers, Curveballs, Changeups, Sliders, and Cutters, Hone your swing in Batting Practice or go for the fences in Home Run Contest. More batting challenges coming soon., Fun for any age or ability: Increase the baseball size, slow it down, or juice it to hit massive home runs!
Review: There are things to love about Big Hit VR Baseball and things to hate with a passion. What I love about the game is the easy to use control system, the realistic hit simulation (you can almost feel the ball hitting the bat) and how many little silly options there are to have fun with. Things like giant balls and slow bowls. But what I hate most about it is the ridiculous £10.29 asking price that no-one in their right mind should be paying! It doesn’t have anywhere near the quantity of content nor the quality of content to be asking for that much. If this was just a quid I might have been suggesting you take a look, but until that price does get that low this one home-runs itself out of the ball court.