System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £10.99
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: FPS (Static)
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 60
Description: We don’t think there are enough VR games that combine adrenaline-pumping gameplay with a lively comedic setting; games that last several hours and feature varied in-game situations that don’t rely on procedural generation. So we’ve decided to do something about it.
Hordes of zombies and vampires prowl the city, looking for the last surviving humans. It’s a competition: who will get the last man standing. They don’t expect this man to be the most badass B-movie star Chuck Steelballz. Standing upon his trailer he’s going to deliver JUSTICE with his bow and arrows.
Review: While I personally didn’t find Dracula: Vampires vs. Zombies as good as many of the Steam reviews suggest I have to admit I didn’t mind it. With its gory kills and cartoon zombies and vampires, this game is the classic first personal monster killer, but it also brings some new things to the table like melee combat. While I don’t think there is enough content to justify the £10.99 asking price if you can get it for a fraction of that you are in for a fun little shooter. But do be aware that there is a playspace limit of 2m X 2m so make sure you have that before getting it.