System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £5.79
Comfort Rating: Green
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 18+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 65
Description: “One Of The Last” has been built upon the best features of those games that inspired us, creating a unique Virtual Reality experience that is NOT another “wave shooter”. Spread over four maps, the game allows you to experience immersion on a whole new level with physics-based zombies – push them around, knock them over and watch them react to shots and explosions. Whether your removing limbs to create crawlers or going for headshot glory, they get quicker and stronger as you buy and unlock your way through complex maps with puzzles and paths to follow. With fantastic machines to enhance and gamble your gun, your quest to enhance your body with powerful soda tins will see you through.
Supporting 4 player co-op multiplayer you can hold back the dead through sharing your weapons, protect your teammates, build barriers and work collectively to unlock new areas and machines. Over 14 weapons; including the M32-GL RPG Launcher, Ray-Gun and CF-3 Lightning gun. Distraction items such as flares, grenades, noise/firecracker grenades and smoke bombs allow you breathing room but just don’t forget the boss rounds… they just want you…
Review: In the words of the developer, they wanted to make something that is “NOT another wave shooter.” One Of The Last is yet another zombie wave shooter with some multiplayer elements attached. Sorry, but that really is what this game is about! It’s not the worst zombie shooter out there, in fact, it is pretty good looking and while not as good looking as many of the better ones it is still pretty good. You can tell some hard work has gone into this for sure. Sadly for ‘One Of The Last’ there are many better VR zombie shooters out there that are half the price of this one! YOu could throw in the multiplayer element, but it is as dead as the zombies in the game, so it’s no real benefit. A good idea for a game I suppose, just poorly executed.