System: HTC Vive Only
Price at Time Of Review: £4.79
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Interactive Experience
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing, Room-Scale
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 10
Description: Earth Warrior is an experience from blasting pollution to exploring beautiful terrains. Challenge yourself to high scores, and widen your mind with facts that will leave you in awe. From the melting tundra to the depths of the ocean, you will have the freedom to approach the world as you wish.
Explore three terrains filled with sharks, polar bears, deer, and more. Go toss flammable objects in the forest to see how wildfires start or swim with orcas and learn how our world will become if we continue to spill our waste. Experience the icy tundra as you waddle with penguins or shudder with polar bears towering above you.
Review: ‘Earth Warrior’ is a VERY retro style shooter in which you need to clean the world from pollution while exploring some low-poly environments. While the message behind the game is admirable the game itself is little more than pollution of your VR library. For a start, the graphics are too basic for their own good, the gameplay is…simple to say the least and the amount of content on offer is minuscule. To ask £4.79 for this is just a joke, then again, even if this was free I still don’t think I could recommend it. This game needs some serious work and is more a personal project than something that should have been released.