System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £9.29
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Music and Rhythm
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 40
Description: Bladeline VR is a game designed to make players enjoy powerful sword actions with exciting music. The Players can use both hands actively to swing the sword along the blade lines and eliminate the enemies with spectacular skills. Enter the world of Bladeline VR and fight against evil humanoids. Swing your sword accurately and use your skills to maintain kill combos. But beware of the Assassins. Assassins can kill a player in a single strike. Kill the assassin before the assassin attacks you. Purchase and customize a variety of new skills at a skill shop and become more powerful. You can also purchase cool-looking swords at sword shop. Get the best score, prove your performance and be the best swordsman ever!
Review: Bladeline VR is a Music and Rhythm game very similar to your classic games in that genre like Beat Saber. Only this time the blocks are people and the lightsabers are swords, so you end up with a mix of what looks like action mixed in with the rhythm of the music. But this is no Beat Saber, in fact it is pretty terrible. First of all the choice of songs sucks, but I can just about live with that, but the hits don’t match the music at all leaving you feeling like you are just swinging your sword at nothing while some funky music plays in the background. This game is best avoided at £9.29 until it gets a massive price drop or a significant update to both content amount and content quality.