Rush VR | PSVR Review

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The first wingsuit racing game for PlayStation VR is here and it’s intense!

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34 thoughts on “Rush VR | PSVR Review”

  1. The superman style of flying is a little lazy and un realistic (with hands out in front)
    I fly the same as my real life wingsuit arms out to the side, it gives you a much more realistic feel. Trust me. Good game!!!

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  2. I always check out your channel before buying a PSVR game. Your reviews are short, informative and honest. You're the best PSVR game reviewer in my opinion, I don't know what I'd do with you. You've never let me down.

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  3. Nice game but the grafic is sometimes horrible. Played couple of hours. For me it has to be faster. Much pop ups, poor environment, not much difference between levels…after a few hours boring…

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  4. PSVR is the best way to play any game. I mean think about it VR Bioshock, The Last Of Us, The Evil Within and more. Im getting Borderlands 2 VR that's going to be so much fun, VR is the future of gaming. VR has helped me so much with my depression and stuff so i love VR. A bluetooth head set wound be cool in my book. People got to realize this is the first generation of VR it's only going to get better but great video.

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  5. Does it bother anyone else that your arms are apparently stretched in front of you in this game the entire time? Like, the whole reason a wingsuit works is due to the wings sewn into the suit that can only be used with your arms outstretched to your sides to varying angles. Which…isn’t happening with your arms stretched in front of your head…

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  6. We played this literally all day together yesterday. First we grouped up on GT. Then right after jumped in with GC. Then right after jumped in with Dave. Took a break. Then grouped up with Dave and went back in. Rush was my day. And it was so much fun. And what's awesome. The points and medals you get online carry over to single player even if the stages are still locked to you in single player.

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  7. Did anyone else flinch a bit when he hit the ground? I know I'm going to really react in VR. πŸ˜€

    I didn't like the Go version at all, but the PSVR version looks a lot better, so I'm going to give it a try.

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  8. "all four courses feature 20 tracks" does that mean there's 80 tracks? 20 for each level, or does it mean just 20 tracks and that's it? lol. and is there multiplayer?? i would looove to race my friends

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