Price at Time Of Review: £19.99
Comfort Rating: Green
Size: 3.74 GB
Best Playing Position: Standing
Multi-Player: Yes, Up to 4 Players
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 95
Description: Experience the pulse-pounding excitement of boxing with the cinematic thrill of a blockbuster movie in Creed: Rise to Glory. You are Adonis Creed, fighting to establish your legacy in the ring and beyond. Go toe-to-toe with the world’s top opponents in an intense boxing experience that lets you train, fight, and win like a Creed.
Perform punches and defence manoeuvres that fit your boxing style for true, satisfying combat. Train with the legendary Rocky Balboa and prove your worth against iconic fighters seeking to cut short your boxing legacy before you take your first swing. Choose your path with the story-based Career mode, get in shape with Training, and create custom matches in Freeplay. Choose your champion, then set up a custom fight with a friend or find your contenders in Quick Match
Review: Having played Creed: Rise to Glory on the Oculus Quest I was a hoping it was going to look better on the PSVR, but it does pretty much looks the same. This is no bad thing at all, but I thought the extra processing power would have made it look a lot better. This is a great game, well worth the money, but do be prepared to sweat like a pig in a butchers shop when you are playing it because this game is a physical as VR games get and it feels so good to play, you will feel like a real champion in the ring after your first few fights.