System: Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Go Price at Time Of Review: £3.99 ($5) Comfort Rating: Yellow (Mild Movement) Genre: Beat ’em up Input: Gamepad Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing Multi-Player:No Age Rating: PG
Description: Get ready to put your fighting skills to the ultimate VR test! This is the karate combat game you definitely don’t want to miss. Think you are the PERFECT AGGRESSOR? Well, think again… Victory can be yours if you battle it out against Boris the Bodyguard, Sean the Shaman, and the irritating Exoman. And then there is the boss… can you survive to tell the tale! Enjoy lavishly rendered scenes, colourful backgrounds and fighting action never before seen in VR.
Review: At the end of the day, Perfect Aggressor is still a better VR Beat ’em up than Tekken (the VR element) on the PSVR! OK, not so much a better game overall, but a much better use of VR. Please don’t get me wrong here. I am not saying this is a better game than Tekken or even that Perfect Aggressor is a great game (which it isn’t). I’m just saying because the makers of Perfect Aggressor understand VR better they are able to make a fun little game that is perfectly playable in VR. That is something Namco failed to do with Tekken. This game proves they could easily have done better than they did. Perfect Aggressor, its self is far too overpriced for me, but not a bad little indie Beat ’em up compared to other VR Beat ’em up games (not that there is a lot of them). If only there was a multiplayer mode it might have been worth the asking price, but without it, I suggest you give it a miss. A good effort for sure, but nowhere near being worth a download.