System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £15.49
Comfort Rating: Red
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 10
Description: Dinosaurs that did not become extinct until now and coexist with mankind. One day, international terrorist groups use future technologies called genetic mutations to make dinosaurs go crazy and violent, then humans face terrible fears. Dinosaurs come out of their own area and trample on the major industrial complexes of humanity and attack the city. Our protagonist, our game avatar, uses various weapons to overtake aggressive dinosaurs and moves places to carry out hard fighting. Realistic graphics and sounds from a paleontological point of view, simple and clear scenarios are enough to take your time. Now, you have to protect the safety of citizens from terrorist attacks.
Review: On paper ‘DINO VR’ might sound like a pretty great game. It’s an all-action shooter that sees you taking down dinosaurs in a sci-fi setting! You get to pick from 8 guns which all seem to be much the same thing only a slightly different shape. Sounds like a good game right? Well…no. Based over 6 stages (one of which is a tutorial) you will be seeing all this game has to offer within 40 mins and sadly what it offers for that said 40 mins isn’t worth mentioning with terrible animation, poor grapics and some truly horrendous gameplay. It feels like a 90’s arcade shooter more than a PC-VR game that costs £15.49. This review is easy for me (especially at that price) don’t download, leave it to rot like the like of crap it is.