System: Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Go Price at Time Of Review: £7.99 ($11) Comfort Rating: Yellow (Mild Movement) Genre: Racing Input: 3 Dof Controller, Gamepad Best Playing Position: Sitting Multi-Player: Yes Age Rating: PG
Description: BlazeRush is a dynamic arcade racing survival game with no health, no leveling, and no brakes! Explore dozens of fun tracks on 3 distant planets. Choose a car to your taste out of 18 unique vehicles available. Use a variety of cool guns to chase, blow up and cut your opponents off! Adapt your style and tactics to new enemies, obstacles, and tracks. Earn lots of medals for various tricks and antics. Enjoy simple multiplayer with up to 8 players over the Internet. Welcome to the World Of Racing and Frantic Fun!
Review: lazeRush is one of those rare games that is probably wasn’t made for VR but in VR it’s simply amazing. Its been out on the PlayStation 3 since 2004! But yet in VR it looks and feels comply different to the classic screen played variant. You can look ahead of the track and make strategic choices and decisions that you simply couldn’t do when playing it on a flat screen. BlazeRush is one of the most exciting and addictive games that you can play, especially if played with friends locally or even online. It is fair, balanced, easy to learn, but difficult to harness. Sadly these days the online boards are pretty much empty, but yet it still offers a big enough single player game to justify its asking price. While many will disagree with me I feel BlazeRush is well worth a download for any racing fan, especially if you enjoyed Micro Machines VR Racing.