System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £9.20
Comfort Rating: Green
Genre: Relaxation and Meditation
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 10
Description: We have launched the first level. You start in a wine cellar of a monastery, whereby throwing dice at the Trinity. Town logo different weapons appear. You can manipulate, smash and trash items. So you get a feel for the environment and the weapons to be used for martial arts training. The next level is coming soon. It will contain a separate area for meditation. We are looking forward to receiving your feedback! By the way, this can soon also be communicated directly via a forum created by us around the topic of martial arts.
Review: ‘Trinity.Town: Monastery | Martial Arts and Meditation’ was going to be a series of virtual environments in which you can meditate, relax inside or even practice your martial arts. Sadly it isn’t any of those things. A weird medieval Monastery is a relaxing area? No, it is not. But you can push all the stupid choices the developer made to one side once you realise the price is £9.20 for a single environment. This is not just a tad excessive, it is a cash grab, pure and simple. I am happy to suggest you stay well clear of this and any future “Trinity.Town” environments they release, unless they suddenly become free which I can’t see happening anytime soon.