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VR Military Reporter in Middle East (Steam VR)

VR Military Reporter in Middle East (Steam VR)

VR Military Reporter in Middle East (Steam VR)

VR Shop Score – Bronze Award

System: HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £3.99
Comfort Rating: Red (Extreme Movement)
Genre: Interactive Experience
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing, Room-Scale
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: PG


Description: This is a VR leisure tour game. Players can wear a helmet to tour the Middle East. The game contains rich tourism resources in the Middle East. Players can follow the drone’s perspective to visit ancient Middle East reservoirs, ruins, ancient Egyptian architecture, works of art, and desert oasis, cities, towns, slums, etc. The ancient cistern is a site built in a seaside city. Players can visit pharaoh sculptures and pyramids in ancient Egyptian buildings and appreciate the labor wisdom of the ancient people in the Middle East.

Review: Let me promise you that the title of this experience ‘VR Military Reporter in Middle East (with tanks & helicopters)’ bears no resemblance as to what this experience is all about. In short, it is a small collection of non-Middle East areas that you explore with a drone or helicopter. There is no reporting, no action, almost nothing to interact with other than exploring the area while some annoying music plays in the background. I paid just £2.39 for this in a sale and I was bitterly disappointed, but if I had paid the full asking price of £3.99 I would be asking for a refund. Other than exploring some small areas there is no point in downloading this at all and it really should have been free.

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