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Tales of Glacier (Steam VR)

Tales of Glacier (Steam VR)

Tales of Glacier (Steam VR)

System: Valve Index & HTC Vive
Price at Time Of Review: £4.79
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Action
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 30

Description: “Tales of Glacier” Background Story and Rules of the Game It is said that there was a wonderland located in the coldest place of the earth. The indigenous people lived happily under the protection of God. Until one day, an evil dragon came here leading its vicious corps. Destroying everything violently and expelling the residents out of their home, the evil dragon attempted to occupy the whole world. At this moment, God came down from heaven and fought a life-and-death battle with the dragon in order to protect the residents. In the end, the dragon was defeated and fled into the ice land with its corps. The world was back in peace. To prevent the dragon from invading again, God built a magic gate and sent guardians to garrison there. During this short peaceful time, everything was covered by cold thick ice. The turret was frozen and the magic has been weakened. The dragon from afar is getting ready for the next attack. Another protection battle is about to begin.

Review: Sadly it doesn’t really matter that I think ‘Tales of Glacier’ is a good looking static positional shooter, it has a big problem and that is the lack of English translation. This means that most of the game you will be unable to understand or play unless you learn Chinese. Also, the game seems to have only one level! You kill 30 ice monsters and that is about it. The range of weapons is OK I suppose with snowballs and spells, but that isn’t going to make me want to pay £4.79 for this game. Maybe if you can grab it for a few pennies it will be worth a look, but until it has more content and a language selection I would leave it out in the cold.

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