|Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift & Mixed Reality
|Yellow (Mild Movement)
|Tracked Motion Controllers
Description: Stalk and hunt North America’s most iconic game species in virtual reality through woodland, prairie, and lakeside vistas. Line up the perfect shot on a trophy buck, and experience the fear of becoming the hunted as dangerous predators turn the tables on unwary hunters.
Review: ‘Wilderness Game Stalker VR: North America’ is a pretty typical indie hunting game. It features a handful of essential dumb animals for you to hunt with an even smaller handful of weapons like a sniper gun or bow and arrow. From its low-poly landscape to its stupid AI animals, this game never really delivers anything in the form of fun. Most animals are dead with a single shop and you can run up to them all without them running away. There is no challenge here, no thrill of the hunt.
The good news is the game is cheap and to be fair I did like using the sniper rifle. But I am not a hunting game fan, I am just happy to snipe things at long distances so I can see a hunting game fan feeling very disappointed here. With some time and work on the AI maybe it will get better, but for now it is not a game I will be recommending, not even for its cheaper sale price.