When 300 words is more than enough
With Playstation VR going from strength to strength in 2018 though, it seemed only matter of time before an immersive music-based game would raise its virtual head. Low and behold, little known Czech-based developer Beat Games have done just that.
The Good- Beat Saber is a game where the whole family can play….and more importantly, WANT to play. It is unique, easy to understand and fun. There is no motion sickness, looks great and even works as light physical exercise. My wife is NOT (yes in capitals)… not a gamer, and she loves this game.
The Bad – The music selection is very limited, which is a big deal for a music rhythm game. None of the songs you will likely know, and worse you cannot add custom music like our PC cousins can.
The Ugly – At $48.95 it’s pretty expensive when compared to some of the other amazing titles on offer on PSVR.
Traditional long format reviews
A funny thing happened on the way to the internet… this review was supposed to be published a while ago, so apologies to Reagan Morris, a favourite guest at the cottage who has been patiently reminding us about this one that got away.
So, without further ado, skip the first 18 and get straight to the 19th Hole, settle down and see what he thinks.
Occasional Features, maybe off topic, maybe news, maybe opinion pieces, mostly interesting.
Happy to announce another Feature from resident Gamer-Girl Nina, with a terrific personal insight to the impact modern gaming has had on her.
Take it away kid…
Video games have been a part of my life ever since I was a kid. Dad talks about his Atari 2600 and Sega Master System days with such fondness. But my formative years of gaming are occurring now. I remember, as a young child, watching in awe as my Dad played games like Bastion, Mass Effect and Halo and I could not help but be enthralled by the characters and grandeur of the experiences.
Now I have had the chance to grow as a gamer, I have my own experiences to reflect upon.
Gadgets, Gifts and stuff that we like that isn't a game.
Nacon are the relative new kids on the block, as far as Video Game accessories go, but the French company seems to go from strength to strength in the field, first with its excellent PS4 controller, now the “Daija” (Japanese for “Large Serpent”) is here to challenge for a podium spot in the popular Fight Stick market.
Check out the Video Review – where we give the rundown on the Good, the Bad and the Ugly parts of this stick!
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