System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £3.99
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Interactive Experience
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 70
Description: You Are a Camp Counselor taking care of 4 kids. You have to keep the children entertained by playing a guitar, if you aren’t able to, one by one the kids will wander off never to return. You will also have to keep the fire lit, as the fire runs out of fuel the environment becomes darker and if the fire dies out you lose the game. To keep the fire going you can chop up logs and place them on top of the fire. There is a bear roaming around the camp. At times the bear will try and attack the camp and you will have to use a torch to fend it off. If the bear reaches you, you will lose the game.
Review: In ‘Camp Grizzly VR’ you are tasked with keeping a group of camping kids safe (and happy) from a rather nasty bear that wants to eat them. So you will need to keep the fire going, keep the kids entertained and keep your eye out into the darkness for the bear. With a weird art style, the game isn’t the best looking, but it sure does keep you busy and on edge. The games biggest problem is the £3.99 price tag. There are a good 5-10 minutes of content here, but not much more than that making that price seems way too high. But if you got the game for a quid or less you should enjoy it and get your money’s worth.