Playstation VR 2 is here and many games too. What are really worth it, and which ones should you be saving your money for? We’ve looked at as many PSVR2 games as possible over the past few days and weeks, and we’ll let you know what we think of each one over the next few pages. We have a joint PSVR2 hardware test You can find it at this link. But now let’s get started: 19 matches in the quiz.
Jurassic world effects
Anyone expecting Jurassic World Aftermath to encounter lifelike dinosaurs in virtual reality and feel transported to the world of the movies should quickly adjust that expectation downward. As a humorous scion-shading makes the first appearance of a T-Rex, Velociraptor and Pteranodon look a bit silly at first rather than scary.
However, it quickly unfolds a charm of its own, making the game a worthwhile single-player experience for PSVR2. You crash into Isla Nublar and have to solve small puzzles in the ruins of hotels and laboratories in order to finally escape again. Most of all, Jurassic World Aftermath consists of a tense game of cat-and-mouse hide-and-seek with the birds of prey – so it’s basically a sort of second-rate Alien: Solitude in VR that gets a little bland at times, but is generally so. It was a rewarding experience that I enjoyed playing (duration: approximately 10 hours). Crouching under a desk while marking out the footsteps of birds of prey in 3D audio and being afraid of not getting caught is really exciting at times and very well done.
Conclusion: Jurassic World Aftermath may thrill at first with its comic appearance, but then unfolds its appeal as an exciting and varied stealth adventure in the style of Alien II: Isolation. You can definitely turn it on.
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