System: Oculus Quest
Price at Time Of Review: Free
Comfort Rating: Yellow
Size: 1.69 GB
Best Playing Position: Standing
Multi-Player: Yes, Up to 2 Players
Age Rating: 18+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 90
Description: Experience a thrilling story told across three chapters. Get up close and personal with all new melee weapons! Hack off limbs and hurl axes at the shuffling undead. Deflect spitter slime with baseball bats and hit a home run with a zombie’s head! Wield two weapons at once. Double the firepower, double the damage! Team up with a friend in horde mode and hold back the undead together! With the Quest’s six degrees of movement, you can duck, dip, dodge and dive avoiding spitter slime and rocket attacks. Test your mettle in horde mode in four arenas. Hold back against increasingly challenging waves of the undead either on your own or with a buddy.
Review: Having played Drop Dead on the Oculus Rift I was hoping it would be much the same game on the Oculus Quest. But yet… it’s not. In fact, its better than the Rift version! With some very fast-paced action scenes and pretty good graphics (done in a cartoon style), it looks pretty much like the Rift version with only the smallest drop in detail quality. Sure, you could moan about not being able to explore around the levels, but even with the linear gameplay it still feels pretty good to play and at times very exciting. No, it’s not flawless, but it’s right up there with the best VR shooters I’ve played so far.