System: HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £3.99
Comfort Rating: Red
Genre: Interactive Experience
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing or Sitting
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 15
Description: Wanna a billionaire life? You don’t need to be wealthy in reality, you can just spend a few dollars on this virtual reality game and you will know how it would like. You will have a helicopter, a garden, a grand villa (in which you can interact with furnitures), a swimming pool, a lot of maids, an endless California manor that you have to visit in a hot air balloon as it is too big, a hunting ground in Southeast Asia where you hunt for fun, and a nightclub where beauties are dancing. These are your properties in VR! And of course, you will have to exercise while hunting and balloon flying.
Review: Have you ever wanted to live in a giant mansion with a maid, pool and fast car? Have you ever wanted to own your own helicopter and hot air balloon? Have you ever wanted to go big game hunting? If you have ‘VR Luxury Life (Be a Billionaire)’ is the app for you. Sadly this app will not make you feel rich at all, it will only leave you feeling £3.99’s poorer. It looks like crap, it’s mostly pointless and doesn’t convey a perfect life at all. In fact, compared to this in-game life I felt quite wealthy as the in-game life is so poor in quality. There is no fun here, nothing to keep you inside its supposed perfect life daydream and nothing for me to recommend it for. Save the money and live a real rich life.