Price at Time Of Review: £29.99
Comfort Rating: Yellow
Size: 4.25 GB
Best Playing Position: Standing or Sitting
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 85
Description: In Golem, you enter a mysterious storybook world and take the role of Twine, an adventurous kid who has been seriously injured in an accident. Even though you are unable to leave your bed during your recovery, you never stop dreaming of exploring the outside world. That is until you discover that you have the ability to create and control stone creatures called golems, seeing through their eyes and controlling their actions. Hone your skills to defeat the hostile golems of the Silent Watch, uncover hidden treasures and powerful artefacts, and investigate the secret connection between the city and your family’s mysterious past.
Review: There aren’t many games as big as Golem and I am not just talking about the size of the Golem’s themselves. This is one open-world adventure that is difficult to control at first, is one of the best PSVR games I have played so far. With a large, beautiful world to explore you will forget there is a storyline at all because it doesn’t really matter. While both the movement and the action will be a little slow for some people I think the slower pace allows you to take more of the world in, but the movement system which is partly controlled by head movement doesn’t really allow you to and if I am honest that is just bout the biggest flaw in the game. I think it is even worth the high £29.99 asking price. While I do wish they would update the control system I am definitely happy to recommend this.