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Virry VR (PSVR)

Virry VR: Feel the Wild (PSVR)

Virry VR: Feel the Wild (PSVR)
The VR Shop - Silver Award
System: PSVR 1
Price at Time Of Review: £7.99
Comfort Rating: Green (No Movement)
Genre: Media Collection
Input: DualShock Controller
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: PG


Description: Virry VR is a virtual safari filmed in 4K VR at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenyan home of the most endangered African megafauna: Black and White Rhinos, Lions and African elephants. 35 min of 8 live-action interactive experiences, where you are really up close while feeding and communicating with wild animals: Zebras, Vervet Monkeys, Hyena and Leopard, in addition to the ones mentioned above. Also African River relaxation experience and 3 live cameras!

Review: Have you ever dreamed of going on a Safari in the Savannah and getting up close and personal to some of the world’s most majestic animals? Zebras, Monkeys, Hyenas, Leopards and Elephants are just some of the amazing animals you will get to see up close and personal in Virry VR. Consisting of 4 main menu options (not including settings) that are Woodland, Savannah, River and Live you get to choose which area to explore and yes they really are live cameras.

Not only do you get the main options, but you also get different viewpoints within each location as well as some fun trivia questions and narration as you go about on your virtual safari making sure you stay amused and alert even when there isn’t much going on with the view. All navigated with the Dualshock Controller everything is explained pretty well, not that you will need the guidance.

Yet again I find myself worried that this sort of VR experience is not best suited for the PSVR audience. The things is Virry VR has some great VR experiences and gives people the chance to get close to threatened animals and maybe even come away from this app caring a little more about animal conservation. While I am not sure this is the right platform for this app and the double vision text is anyone as anything (as is the poor stitching), I still recommend giving it a download to see some truly amazing animals and places that you might not ever get to see in real life.

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