Price at Time Of Review: £15.99
Comfort Rating: Yellow
Genre: Interactive Experience
Size: 2.65 GB
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi-Player: Yes, Up to 2 Players
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 75
Description: Penn & Teller VR: Frankly Unfair, Unkind, Unnecessary, & Underhanded will see you performing 10+ cruel magic tricks (disguised as cutting-edge science) that will leave your loved ones screaming and you cackling maniacally. Demonstrate the healing powers of immersion therapy, test your telekinetic powers, or even guide your soon-to-be-ex friends as they perform The Most Dangerous Act in Showbiz!
No friends? We thought so! Strap on your headset and become a high rise grime fighter or a “willing” volunteer in one of Penn & Teller’s acts. Slip into the virtual shoes of legendary magicians Houdini, Cardini, and Penn Jillette himself and perform your own water escape and card trick—with Penn & Teller as your magical mentors
Review: If you like the sort of humour Penn & Teller have you might well find some enjoyment her pranking people or playing it as a party game. But the truth is there really isn’t enough to it to justify the asking price unless you plan to prank a lot of friends over and over again. Sadly once you have pranked your friends once, they will know what to expect so will not be so easily fooled. Like I said if you are a fan of Penn & Teller you might well find some enjoyment here, but if you not it is best off left alone.