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SMUSH.TV - Competitive VR x PC Action (Steam VR)

SMUSH.TV – Competitive VR x PC Action (Steam VR)

SMUSH.TV - Competitive VR x PC Action (Steam VR)

System: Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift & Windows MR
Price at Time Of Review: £15.49
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Action, Music and Rhythm
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Multi-Player: Yes
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 70

Description: SMUSH.TV is the first local hyper-competitive PC vs VR action-strategy game. It brings the spirit of competitive fighting games into VR through new and exciting mechanics. Play on PC and drop blocks to SMUSH the VR player. Play in VR to dodge blocks and get to the top of the grid! Outsmart and outplay your opponent using an arsenal of active skills with 16 possible combinations per player.

Review: It has to be said ‘SMUSH.TV – Competitive VR x PC Action’ is quite an innovative game of the likes we have not seen before. The gameplay is a cross between Beat Saber, Tetris and a Tron Shooter, all rolled into one. While you can indeed play on your own this game is meant to played by two people, one in VR and the other using the PC. While the action is supposed to be linked to the beat-map of the music I didn’t get that feeling at all. Sure, it is still a fun game to play, but that side of things sucks. Played as a party game this game will deliver on value, but as a single-player experience that £15.49 price tag will seem ridiculous. If you can get friends or family to play this with you I do recommend it (maybe wait for a sale anyway), but us single players should probably give this a miss unless it is on sale for just a quid or two.

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