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Siege – Battle of Ashington (Steam VR)

Siege - Battle of Ashington (Steam VR)

System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £2.26
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Action
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 60

Description: Two thousand years ago, the darkness covered the world, and the power of the Skeleton King was growing. In order to resist the dark forces from the Skeleton King, humans have chaired a dangerous oath with the ancient wizarding people and finally sealed the Skeleton King. The war had ended and humans began to rebuild the world order. Humans and wizards are constantly in conflict for their own benefit. In the end, Humans violate the ancient oath. The wizarding people were driven away from the land, and they unseal the Skeleton King as a revenge against humanity. The re-awakening Skeleton King, with more powerful dark forces, is preparing to attack the frontline walls of mankind. Now you need to be a warrior to stand up and fight…

Review: Siege – Battle of Ashington is an action game in which you need to survive 10 rounds of enemies coming towards you. There will be a lot of sword-swinging and sadly a lot of frustration as well. The good news is the game looks good given the low asking price and with the triumphant music and sound effects the game feels a lot more exciting to play than it really is. Sadly it is the gameplay that lets the game down. The sword-swinging is lame, the content is little and there really isn’t much fun to be had here at all. But if you managed to get this for a quid or less you might appreciate it a little more than I did.

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