System: Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift & Windows MR
Price at Time Of Review: £7.19
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Music and Rhythm
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 5
Description: A revolutionary Virtual Reality game combining 3D 4K 360 full-length real videos with guitar gameplay using controllers. If you ever wished to play in a rock band in front of a cheering crowd without a need to practice on an instrument every day then Live the Guitar is the game for you.
As you progress through Live the Guitar you will become a genius guitar player who will join an upcoming rock band The Snuff. You will be part of the music industry with all its ups and downs. The story is created using numerous cutscenes which are based on a real experience of the band. First, you will prove your self on a rehearsal to the band, then impress the audience on a club show, and after that, you will show your brilliant guitar skills on a big open-air festival.
Review: There is no getting around it, Live the Guitar is a poor man’s Guitar Hero only played with motion controllers. While the control system is a joke, to say the least, it is the other things that really bring this game down. From the low-quality 360 video in the background to the cringy acting going on and then there is the timing of the beats to the music. It all comes together to make a terrible game and while I see the developer has tried to do something different it sadly fails miserably. Seriously, only a fool would pay £7.19 for this but even if it was free the game would still not be worth a download.