VR Shop – Silver Award
Price at Time Of Review: £7.99
Comfort Rating: Green (No Movement)
Supported Controllers: Oculus Touch, Hand Tracking
Best Playing Position: Standing, Sitting, Roomscale
Age Rating: PG
Description: Stock your arsenal with a selection of 50+ uniquely weighted darts with custom effects and attributes, featuring a range of classic designs and fantastical flights. Explore 3 immersive darts halls and choose from 1000s of songs on the jukebox or stay tuned into each hall’s curated playlist. Get competitive with Double Out (501, 301) in public multiplayer or keep it casual with 501, 301, 201, and 101 modes in Single Player, Pass-and-Play, or a Private room with friends. Create or join public or private multiplayer rooms to face off against players all around the world. Create private multiplayer rooms to play against friends and family online or use Pass-and-Play to play with one headset locally. Prefer to play solo? Challenge in-game pro NPCs to hone your skills and level up.
Review: ‘ForeVR Darts’ is a single-player or multiplayer darts game that offers a range of game modes to choose from and a few different darts to unlock. We have seen many dart games before for our VR headsets, but what makes this game so special is that you can play with the motion controllers or hand tracking! Let’s talk about that hand tracking first because that is where the biggest issues are, but it is not really a fault of the game rather the lack of tracking cameras on the Quest. But if you take things slowly and learn where to hold your hand it is usable at best. So I suggest using the motion controllers and in terms of gameplay, it is OK. Sadly ‘ForeVR Darts’ was never going to be perfect because you can ‘feel’ the dart in your hand and it was never meant to be a serious dart simulator. This is a fun game and should be treated as such. If you have some friends to play with you should get your money’s worth here, but would probably struggle to do so on single-player modes alone.