System: Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Go Price at Time Of Review: £1.49 ($2) Comfort Rating: Yellow (Mild Movement) Genre: Adventure Input: 3 Dof Controller Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing Multi-Player: No Age Rating: 15+
Description: As a Mage which has infinite potential,you need to experience a series of adventure to find out the mystery of your life experience. The dilapidated villa,gloomy Museum,ancient village,mysterious catacombs,are your battlefield, you need to use spells and powers of observation properly, gather clues and defeat the enemies. You enemies are strong, you need a reasonable grasp of the switch and the release of different skills, the slightest mistake can lead to death.
Review: Have you ever heard of the saying “looks aren’t everything”? If you have you will know exactly what this game is all about. Sure, The Hunter looks pretty awesome and some of the monsters are not only truly terrifying but also quite well animated in a jerky kind of way. Heck, even the walls, puzzles and gore effects look pretty nice. Sadly as the saying goes “looks aren’t everything” and this game has so little in the way of gameplay that it’s quite nasty to play. Sure, the fire throwing is nice, but there is no strategy involved, no…playbility! If this game offered joypad support and full freedom of movement I wouldn’t have hesitated given it a gold award. Even as unplayable as it is I still give it a silver because for £1.49 ($2) it’s well worth a look. Just don’t get your hopes up on some epic adventure and take it slow and enjoy the sights and sounds, because once you start to play this game you will soon realise the gameplay is more hellish than the scenery its set in.