System: Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift & Windows MR
Price at Time Of Review: £14.99
Comfort Rating: Red
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 90
Description: Start your epic adventure with VR Dungeon Knight, the ultimate VR first-person dungeon crawler. A long time ago a Dungeon Knight defended the world from evil. Slaying many foes that tried to curse the world. For almost 20 years the world was safe, but even the strongest do not live to see the world forever. The Dungeon Knight became a story of old. It was at that moment that an evil Necromancer appeared and began to use the source of the dungeons to spread a dark curse. It is time for a new Dungeon Knight, a new hero to defeat the Necromancer and free the world from evil.
Review: It is about time we had a good quality dungeon crawler in VR and I have to give it to it, VR Dungeon Knight is that game. With its randomly generated dungeons, you will never see the same dungeon twice and the action is pretty good with guns, swords and of course all the usual magic spells to be cast. Then, you throw in a multiplayer element to this game and you have yourself a real winner! OK, so the multiplayer side of things is pretty dead these days, but the single-player is still worth playing.
While some will argue £14.99 is too high I feel it is about right for a game of this quality. It’s basically never-ending and graphically it looks great as well. There are many ways to play this game over and over and it is easy to get your money’s worth from it. OK, so it’s not perfect, there are some issues like the slow turning and many other little glitches, but on the whole, it ticks all the right boxes.