System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £13.49
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Virtual Job
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing or Sitting
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 80
Description: Play the role of a fast-food restaurant employee in I’m Hungry VR game. You can definitely learn how to make fries, hamburgers and milkshake in the VR world and possibly the real world, as well! The game takes advantage of the VR technique, and it perfectly shows a realistic vision of a fast-food kitchen to the gamers. In addition, the controller and the sensing technique can truly restore the various postures of the player while stimulating the fast-food restaurant employee’s work. Since the player’s in-game operation is exactly the same as the moving speed in the real world, the player won’t feel uncomfortable while playing I’m Hungry. Enjoy your fast-food restaurant experience!
Review: While there are many food services VR simulators released before ‘I’m Hungry’ not many are this much fun to play, nor do they look as polished as this one. It really is a well-tuned game that is a blast to play. The “bagging up” of the items is probably the most fun you will ever have with a paper bag! With a few game modes to give you better value for money, it is one of those few virtual job games that really does offer value for money in both content and quality. While I will say it does get a little too hard at times (particularly in later stages of the career mode) with persistence and a good memory you will get through those more challenging levels in the end (sometimes with a lot of luck).