Airranger VR In-Depth Game Review – 100 in 100


Airranger VR In-Depth Game Review

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Airranger, unlike most other bow and arrow games, is going to give you the heavy dosage of bow and arrow action that you have been wanting since seeing the Hunger Games in theater for the first time years ago. Not everyone can have the accuracy of Katniss, but not everyone will download this game. Hand to hand combat is also featured in this game, a feature that is nicely placed.

If you are one to get motion sick very quickly, this game won’t be your friend anytime soon. The quick action is going to get you sick, and if that doesn’t do it, the flinging from one side of the level to the other will. Moving with the bow and arrow is easy, and the fact it is your main weapon also makes it even better for combat while on the move.

In our VR game reviews, we cover everything you will want to know before you go out and buy a VR title. Our game covers the following:

Getting Up and Running 0:44
Type of Game 2:15
Player Perspective 2:35
Theme and Story 2:54
Controls 3:27
Music and Sound 4:08
Player Movement 4:50
Kinetosis 5:48
Environment and Immersion 7:20
Overall 11:30

Score Card
Theme & Story: 5/10
Controls: 7/10
Music and Sound: 6/10
Player Movement: 6/10
Kinetosis: 2/10
Environment and Immersion: 5/10
Overall: 5.2/10

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