System:Oculus Rift Only Price at Time Of Review: £7.19 Comfort Rating: Red (Extreme Movement) Genre: Shooter Input: Tracked Motion Controllers Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing Multi-Player: No Age Rating: PG
Description: Polygon Hunter VR is a fast paced shooter in which a child falls asleep in geometry class and in his dream faces polygonal figures at cute scenarios inspired by different countries of the world, to achieve his goal he must clear level after level, will you help Eddie?
Review: If I had to sum up what type of game ‘Polygon Hunter VR’ is I would call it Duke Nukem Vs Asteroids in a Maths classroom. It’s a crazy shooter in which you have to keep shooting various shapes being shot out of a cannon to make them smaller and smaller until they are destroyed. It’s as crazy as it sounds and while the game was clearly not made for VR it does work apart from the nauseating cut scenes. I think the words “cheap and cheerful” are best used here because you get a fun, crazy, weird game that you can easily find yourself enjoying with enough content and unlockables to justify the asking price, but at the end of the day, it is little more than a cheap indie mindless wave shooter with a small price attached. I enjoyed it, but I could see many others not feeling too happy with it.