System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £15.49
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: FPS (Static)
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 80
Description: The story is set in 3216, Earth resources are completely depleted, humans have started their great escape project, to find a suitable home in other solar systems. The Federation has brought humanity into a new age and now is exploring the stars, though humanity has explored and colonised many stars and moons, but nothing every comes this easy, For many, have come before and are turned to dust under the skies.
In the game the player can use many different weapons to combat the alien menace, it has classic defend the point shooter mode and flying platform mode. Move from platform to platform to experience the fight and thrill from all angles. Different enemies paired with multiple different environments will bring you an experience like never before! Mysterious and wild desert planets, Evil and ruthless monsters, huge creatures that are almost big as a mountain, and robots that could be taller than a building! What are you waiting for! Pick up your controllers and be the hero!
Review: If you love the Starship Troopers movies this is the game for you. This static position bug shooter is one of the best looking shooters you can download and while not perfect all the way through the game it does look pretty decent most the time making the game nicely immersive. While this on-rails shooter is not going to be for everyone’s tastes I found the arcade-style action to be quite exciting as well as the gun not needing reloading, it keeps the action nice and fast.
£15.49 might be a little too much for this game given that there is only a few hours worth of content, but it is quite polished so getting this game for half price or less will mean you will easily get value for money. While not the best shooter you can play it is well worth adding to your Steam library.