Sniper Challenge

Intro: An Arcarde Style Sniper Shooter. Fight against Enemies and Zombies. Fight against the Time. Earn money. Buy weapons.
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Comfort Level: Extreme
Internet connection: Not Required
Number of Players: Single Player
Genre: Shooter
Space required: 304.01 MB
Supported Controllers: Oculus Go Controller
Age Rating: PG
Price: £2.99 ($4)
Movement: Forward facing only
Playing Position: Sitting

Oculus Go Bronze Award

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Review: Sniper Challenge should have been a pretty great game and on paper, it seems that way. A sniper style shooter set over 160 missions with several weapons to save up for and even upgrade. Sadly it is not the basic graphics or the boringly repetitive gameplay that lets it down because those are things I am willing to overlook given its low price. The biggest issue with this game is its controls. It needs both an Oculus Go controller AND a gamepad! Choose one or the other, but needing both is ridiculous. The good news is this game does have a lot of good potential, but for now, it is best avoided. Hey! At least it works now as it hasn’t worked for months before this review took place, so I do hold out hope for small improvements further down the line.
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