System: Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Go Price at Time Of Review: £2.29 ($3) Comfort Rating: Green (No Movement) Genre: Action Input: Gear VR Controller Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing Multi-Player: No Age Rating: PG
Description: You’re a young ninja training under the legendary master Osamu, on a quest to sharpen your skills with the sword. Slice fresh fruits, avoid rotten ones and complete objectives in each level as you progress through your training to become a legendary Ninjutsu warrior.
Review: While Ninjutsu Warrior is little more than a Fruit Ninja clone its one of the better versions of this game genre. With a nice range of weapons to unlock and loads of missions to finish this game offers genuine value for money. Sadly it is also a reminder of the limitations of the Gear VR platform. The lack of positional tracking in both the headset and controller is very much apparent here and dare I say the lack of 6DoF makes this game kind of pointless as well. This isn’t the games fault at all, I would even go so far as to say the developer has done well with it. Some people who enjoy the fruit-slicing genre might well enjoy this game, but those of us have played Fruit Ninja VR on the Vive or Rift are better off avoiding this version.