Space Rift – ROGUE A.I.

Intro: It was supposed to be just another regular day of work for the Armored Transport Unit 94. But something went wrong while hauling in some barrels containing the mysterious liquid Quantum Rift. Now the computer on board has gone haywire and seems to be driven to a mysterious destination. Hank, a clerk at the Pandora transportation headquarters, gets in touch with the AI and tries to convince it to stop. In the beginning, he only wants to protect his job and bring home the lost barrels. But over time, he comes to learn that there is more to this situation than he imagined.

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Comfort Level: Moderate
Internet connection: Not Required/In-App Downloads only
Number of Players: Single Player
Genre: Action
Space required: 244.57 MB
Supported Controllers: Oculus Go Controller
Age Rating: PG
Price: £3.99 ($5)
Movement: Forward facing only
Playing Position: Sitting
Oculus Go Bronze Award

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Review: It has to be said Space Rift – ROGUE A.I. has a lot of potential to be a great game. It looks OK, it has lots of action and on paper seems like a pretty great game. Sadly almost none of that “potential” has been realised and you are left with an overpriced game that is so boring to play you could almost call it a relaxation space shooter app! Normally I like the “fly-behind” style of space shooter, but this game just doesn’t have any of the thrills and spills which make others like Anshar Wars 2 has.

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