System: Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift & Windows MR
Price at Time Of Review: £3.99
Comfort Rating: Red
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 50
Description: The Steam Revolution Is a first-person design game. Players can use a variety of vehicles and weapons, they are very distinctive, and players can play just by sitting down, not walking around. In the current version, players will be able to drive armed trains through enemy lines and will use various historic cannons, which will be used to repel enemy attacks and reclaim their country’s territory
The game points per level will affect the difficulty of the final level. Destroy as many enemy units as possible! Country A is a country with highly developed trains. One day, it was invaded by country G and its industrial facilities were destroyed. The player acts as a soldier, using a variety of weapons to repel the enemy and reclaim our own land.
Review: While the bad news is ‘Steam revolution VR’ isn’t a great game, there are also things I enjoyed about it. I like the train based action and could see the huge potential of it even as a flat-screen game, but especially in VR. The games biggest issue is the low-quality graphics which will put a lot of people off giving it a chance (what do you want for a game that costs just £3.99?), but I am more willing to look past that and into the gameplay which sadly again isn’t the best, but I muddled through the early times of getting used to them and was soon getting into the game itself. Then sadly by the time I was into the game, it was over anyway. I’m not going to hate on ‘Steam revolution VR’ as I would love to see it grow, but for now its a half recommendation, maybe this is just one to keep en eye out for in the future.