Titans of Space PLUS (Oculus Quest)

Titans of Space PLUS (Oculus Quest)

System: Oculus Quest
Price at Time Of Review: £7.99
Comfort Rating: Yellow
Genre: Educational
Size: 1.12 GB
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 85

Description: Just how big is big? Discover the answer as you tour through this holographic miniature Solar System, then venture beyond to visit some of the largest known stars. While moving through the tour at your own pace, enjoy accurate visuals and curated facts & photos for 40+ Solar System bodies. Let your knowledgeable Tour Guide talk your ear off. Reduced scale enhances the 3D effect and makes it easy to compare sizes. Great care has been taken to ensure a comfortable and thrilling experience in VR. Immerse yourself with easy-to-use dashboard controls. Spatial relationships delivered directly to your brain!




Review: No matter what changes have been made to cram this onto the Oculus Quest, this is still one of the very best educational VR apps ever made. What you get above all else with this app is a scale of size. The sun looks amazing when you are close to it and the bigger planets like Jupiter look amazing (and those are just the smaller ones in our solar system). I could easily see a whole classroom full of kids with VR headsets on all watching this as their teacher talks over it. But at home, you tend to rush through it more, wanting to see bigger and better planets with each space jump.

Titans Of Space is and indeed was a great app and definitely worth a download for anyone just getting into star gazing or learning Astronomy. But I feel they really missed a trick with the Quest version. All those planets with loads of moons, why not name them all, in fact, why not so some atmospheric flyovers, showing what the planet’s surface might be like. If you have any interest in space and our solar system this is well worth a look, even at its full price.



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