System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £3.99
Comfort Rating: Red
Genre: Action, Shooter
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 30
Description: In the early morning, the team members took a helicopter and landed in the border town, where they joined the ground forces. A number of heavily armed commandos began to follow the scheduled course of action. Although they encountered resistance from some patrols, they were easily resolved according to the commando’s skills. Not long after, entering the town centre, at this moment, the enemy patrol seemed to have found something moving. The heavy machine gun bullets flew to the commandos with a sharp and harsh whistling sound. The players did not hesitate to carry out. The counterattack, it took a short time to destroy the patrol.
Continued search found that a large number of national treasures were hidden in a room and almost smuggled out of the country. However, when the location was marked and the car was ready to be evacuated, the god of death had slowly forced us to encounter other patrols along the way. The fire nets organized by these people and weapons did not allow the players to make a little mistake. It’s a nightmare, and there are roadblocks in front… Did I just died?
Review: It is clear from the start that a lot of ambition has gone into making ‘Cross Border VR’. But sadly all the effort that went into making this game does fall a little short of it actually being good. It looks OK most the time, but the frame-rate is super low all of the time, plus the animation is terrible. But don’t think for one moment the gameplay is going to save this game as it is not much better. But even that pails in comparison to all the bugs and glitches that make this game almost unplayable. It just needs a big update and all should be good, but I wouldn’t hold your breath as it looks like this was abandoned a long time ago.