System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift Price at Time Of Review: £2.89 Comfort Rating: Green (No Movement) Genre: Music and Rhythm Input: Tracked Motion Controllers Best Playing Position: Room-Scale Multi-Player: No Age Rating: PG
Description: Trip Saber is a trippy psychedelic experience where you swing sabers to strike the incoming orbs to score points in a psychedelic atmosphere but if you miss too many orbs then it’s game over so try to beat your high score!
Review: It has to be said most indie Music and Rhythm games are terrible, but ‘Trip Saber’ could well be the worst of them all. There is only one track, the beat balls are so high up in the air even at 6 foot 8 inches I couldn’t reach them even with my arms at full stretch and besides, there was no beat mapping, no options, no nothing! if this game was free I would be telling you to avoid it, but when it costs £2.89 all I can tell you is that it will NEVER be worth that price, no matter how much is added to it, so save your money. Yes, I will be getting a refund on this.