System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £5.99
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: FPS (Static)
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 70
Description: In a future time where an entire species of conscious machines, the makinæ, lives subdued and enslaved by technological pirates, we have enlisted in the Makina Resistance Army, whose purpose is the makina liberation from pirate tyranny to regain control of Kafke, the land promised to them more than a century ago. But to enter the MRA, we shall pass several tests of skill and dexterity, experimenting with ways to survive and destroy our enemies to obtain bonuses and special achievements that result in higher final scores.
Dodge, cover yourself, hit, shoot, catch and throw against the deadly waves of pirate drones as MRA Sub-Commander Cornelia’s voice introduces you to Kafke’s history and walks you through your trial in this historical battle for makina freedom. Enjoy an open desert environment with advanced hi-tech and rusty props as you elevate next to an imposing 200-meter robot statue with the graffiti “Free The Makinæ” on its chest.
Review: Gappo’s Legacy VR is a pretty crazy first-person shooter in which you battle some of the oddest looking robots and drones you will ever see. They seem to be part human and part robot and while the game is as shallow as a puddle the action goes all out from start to finish. You get to punch robots, throw them and of course shoot them out of the sky. While there isn’t a whole lot to this game I did have quite a lot of fun playing it. I’m not sure it was £5.99’s worth of fun, but I would pay a few quid for it, so do keep an eye out for it in a sale.