System: Valve Index & HTC Vive Price at Time Of Review: £32.99 Comfort Rating: Red (Extreme Movement) Genre: Strategy Input: Tracked Motion Controllers Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing Multi-Player: Yes Age Rating: PG
Description: Carrier Command 2 VR is the real-time strategy game that puts you in command of a futuristic carrier capable of deploying a vast array of aircraft and amphibious units. Compete against AI or human players and hop into every single vehicle to take matters into your own hands!
Review: To call ‘Carrier Command 2 VR’ a little rough around the edges would be a vast understatement. Right from the start, you are chucked into the deep end with no rhyme or reason as to what you are supposed to be doing. But that doesn’t matter anyway because it is clear VR is an afterthought here and it feels shoehorned into the game with the motion controllers effectively being a replacement mouse. Then there is the broken multiplayer mode, the low-poly graphics and terrible gameplay once you manage to start a game. But the final nail in this games coffin has to be the quite frankly ridiculous price of £32.99. There is no way this game will EVER be worth that much, let alone in the state it currently is. I kind of see what this game was trying to achieve, but it fails at it misserably.