The VR Shop

VR, AR, MR and AI News and Reviews

Operation Armstrong (Steam VR)

Operation Armstrong (Steam VR)

Operation Armstrong (Steam VR)

VR Shop Score – Silver Award

System: Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift & Windows MR
Price at Time Of Review: £19.49
Comfort Rating: Red
Genre: Party / Mini Games
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Multi-Player: Yes
Age Rating: PG

Description: Your infiltration team must stop an army of lunar-bots from crashing the moon into our Earth! The field operative, wielding the VR headset, must sneak through each enemy outpost while their team of hackers will assist using their smartphones! Strap in for some Assymetric-VR-Stealth-Party gameplay!

Review: ‘Operation Armstrong’ is a same-room co-op stealth game in which one person plays in VR and as many others as you like play using their smartphones. The person in VR is the agent trying to break into a facility and anyone outside of VR is a hacker who is trying to help them. While its basic visuals and repetitive gameplay the game at first doesn’t seem much fun, pick the right friends or family to play with and you will soon realise the joy of playing it. It’s much like ‘Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes’ only with a futuristic James Bond feel. With no single-player mode and not that much variety in the gameplay I simply can’t see this game being worth the money. Sure, it’s fun when you play it a few times, but not enough to get your money’s worth. While I do recommend it if you can find friends or family to play with, even then I would still try and wait for a sale price before giving it a go.

Download Now

Leave a Reply