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Stones of Harlath (Steam VR)

Stones of Harlath (Steam VR)

Stones of Harlath (Steam VR)

VR Shop Score – Silver Award

System: Oculus Rift Only
Price at Time Of Review: £7.19
Comfort Rating: Yellow (Mild Movement)
Genre: Dungeon Crawler
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing, Room-Scale
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: PG


Description: Shipwrecked on the small island of Harlath, players will adventure through a semi-open-world environment and multiple dungeons, battling foes, solving puzzles, and ultimately discovering the nature of the curse that looms over the island. Stones of Harlath is a first person dungeon crawler in VR. Players will play as a powerful battle mage, wield swords, shields and maces and cast powerful magic by drawing runes with their controller.

Review: ‘Stones Of Harlath’ is a retro-styled adventure game that sees you helping the local villagers and battling all manner of retro-looking monsters. While the graphics are not going to be for everyone, nor are they any worse or better than the Oculus Quest version, I found them more than adequate to immerse me in the adventure ahead and to be fair there is a lot of adventure here with 4 hours plus of content. But it all feels a little shallow, a little…budget. I get that the price reflects this and I do recommend the game overall, but it’s not the big, grand adventure I have come to enjoy. Yes, it’s worth a look and it’s worth the money, but most players will come away from this game wanting a little more.

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