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San Base Travel (Oculus Rift)

San Base Travel (Oculus Rift)

San Base Travel (Oculus Rift)

The VR Shop - Silver Award
Price at Time Of Review: Free
Comfort Rating: Yellow (Mild Movement)
Genre: Interactive Experience
Supported Platforms: Oculus Rift, Rift S
Supported Controllers: Oculus Remote, Oculus Touch
Best Playing Position: Standing, Sitting
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: PG


Description: Prepare for a journey to places unlike anything you’ve ever seen before! Explore stunning generated worlds ranging from serene wilderness to the abstract and surreal. Find inspiration and experience a sense of wonder from both the massive scale and intricate beauty that emerges before your eyes.

This truly unique experience features a custom built rendering and display system capable of delivering massive yet incredibly detailed virtual worlds not possible with standard 3D graphics. Each world has been crafted with a delicate balance of human creativity and mathematical complexity. The diversity and scale of these various worlds ensure that there will always be more surprises to discover.

Review: Let’s get one thing straight from the word go, this does not make a randomly generated world in front of you, it only displays a 360 section of a randomly generated world that was made on what one can only imagine is some sort of super computer. So you can’t fly freely around this world, but you can step jump around it just fine which does at least eliminate the problem of motion sickness. So all you can do is jump to the next section (which you can adjust the distance each step is) and save a 360 image of anywhere within the game. Sure that doesn’t sound like you can do an awful lot with this game. But…

This “randomly generated world” is just that “a world”! I’m not sure how big any of the worlds that you get for free or you can buy are (Sure, the £4 price tag for each world is a little bit steep if you ask me, but to be totally fair you do get a very large world to explore indeed which kind of justifies the asking price.) but I can only guess, having walked in a straight line for several hours and not reaching the end, they are very big indeed. Sadly the lack of music (or the ability to play your own) and the jump stepping don’t make for a perfect experience. But it’s still a very impressive app and definitely worth a look (if only for the free ones).

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