System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £5.59
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: FPS (Static)
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing or Sitting
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 40
Description: Take your best shot with Master Shot VR, the live virtual shooting competition. Fire an arsenal full of realistic weapons from automatic pistols to sub-machine guns at drone targets and various attackers. Compete live on out-there multiplayer firing ranges and out-trash-talk your opponent.
Put your skills on display competing globally in a wide range of different shooting challenges. Use your shooting skills to survive a range of dangerous scenarios and trigger many gratuitous explosions. We’re working hard to make the weapons handling as realistic as possible, but our focus is on out-there, open 180 degree ranges with lots of interactive targets and live multi-player. From this point on co-op modes, rescuing survivors etc.
Review: Master Shot VR is a gun shooting game that takes elements of a gun range and also a zombie shooter to give the game a little bit of variety. Sadly it needs a lot more adding to it than variety. While it isn’t the worse graphically it isn’t the best either. But it is the gameplay that this game lacks the lost. From the lame gunshot effects to the nonexistent multiplayer modes, it’s all so unfinished and broken. You can see all this game has to offer in less than 1 hour, but if you can last that long playing this you deserve a medal. I definitely wouldn’t pay £5.59 for this, but if it was for a quid or less I might give it a go. Just be aware that there are far better zombie shooters out there to spend your money on.