System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: £3.99
Comfort Rating: Green
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers
Best Playing Position: Standing
Age Rating: PG
VR Shop Score 1/100: 75
Description: VRQB is the definitive arcade VR football experience. You are the quarterback, driving down the field while racking up as many points as possible. Experience the excitement of classic arcade football from the quarterback’s perspective! Players can choose from five different footballs that each offer their own unique play style. VRQB currently features three game modes with three different difficulty levels: Classic, Two Minute Drill, and Scramble.
Review: While VRQB isn’t the worst American football in VR, it is not the best one neither. But maybe that is being quite harsh to VRQB because there are 3 game modes to play which are classic, 2-minute drill, and scramble and each of those said modes as an arcade or routes format and then there are easy, normal, or hard settings to play with so there is content to be found here if you go looking for it. The gameplay its self is where the games let itself down a bit and it is definitely one of the harder American football you will play. But at least it looks OK I suppose which does help to give then game some much-needed polish. While I do feel £3.99 is about the right asking price you should be aware that there are better games out there in the same genre with 2MD being the best of them all.