System: Oculus Quest
Price at Time Of Review: £22.99
Comfort Rating: Green
Size: 2.44 GB
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 15
VR Shop Score 1/100: 90
Description: You used to push lead with a pencil, but now you’re pushing it with a gun. A recent barrage of defective, homicidal robots has created openings in RoboReady’s perpetually underfunded and suddenly swamped Recall Department. Thrown into the fray as a Recaller, you must rely on your wits, reflexes and a vast arsenal of weaponry to eliminate the robot uprising. Robo Recall is an action-packed VR first-person shooter with visceral gameplay and an in-depth scoring system. Earn the high score by using creative combat tactics and skill shots as you teleport through city streets and rooftops in an awe-inspiring ballet of bullets. Tear apart your interactive robot foes and use them to fend off the enemy onslaught.
Review: Most people will already know Robo Recall is a pretty great game, but the big question is just how good is it when compared to the Oculus Rift version? The truth is it looks and plays so much better than you would possibly think. Sure, it was never going to look as good, but when you remember it is running on a mobile graphics processor you start to appreciate just how good it looks. I don’t think this is a system seller due to its high price tag and lack of content, but it’s pretty great and I still think it is just about worth its money.