Creed Rise to Glory VR Review

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Creed VR Review
by Barefoot Gaming (BFG)
Twitter barefoot_gaming
https://store.steampowered.com/app/804490/Creed_Rise_to_Glory/

Got what it takes to become a champion? You are Adonis Creed, fighting toe-to-toe with the world’s top opponents to establish your boxing legacy. This intense cinematic experience features new Phantom Melee Technology for impactful VR melee combat so you can train, fight, and win like Creed.

Computer Specs
Intel i7 8700k
16 GB RAM
GTX 1070
64 bit O/S Windows 10 Pro

Credits
Inspired Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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33 thoughts on “Creed Rise to Glory VR Review”

  1. lmao I am the very same right now I just grabbed this from the store and have been playing it none stop for 3 hours and my shoulders and arms are KILLING me. I love the bag workouts they are just killer. I am so unfit omg but this is like having a home gym its amazing I love this game. Hitting those guys and knocking them down is very addictive but I really did have to stop after a few hours I was in bits.

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  2. I just downloaded this creed game and it sucks, especially when you compare it to the fight night series.The training isn't as good comparing to fight night series, I cant tell if I am getting hit or not during the fights, The gloves is clunky and glitchy at times. You pretty much just stand in once spot make a few blocks and make a few punches then the game is over with.. I wanted to move around the ring, the game fails at that. when I did try to move around the ring , my opponent got knocked down then my move controllers started vibrating like crazy and I actually had to restart the game. For myself, I get no emotional connection like you can get from the fight night series. The host forgot to mention that the cord from the vr gets in the way and I ended up stepping on it. After training, you get no phyiscal stats to visualize to see how your character has improved after training. I am Canadian and it cost me 40$. I personally would wait until its 50% off. It is not worth the full amount. I played It once for maybe an hour and I highly dought I will touch it again.

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  3. The biggest minus for me Has to be the stamina system.
    I have to deal with my real limitations + the games own which causes the hands to fall behind. Not only does this break the immersion It's also almost impossible to keep track of while focusing on staying defended

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  4. Boxing in VR will give you a work out, games a lot of fun. This game will also bring out the creative ideas for other companies as well. I'm hoping Fight Night VR comes out where you can create your own boxer and make him go through the ranks. This is a great step in that direction

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  5. You gave Thrill of the Fight 7.5 back in your early days. That game has come a long way since then. It's really good and feels real. Do I need two boxing games in my life (although TotF doesnt allow me to beat meat πŸ™‚ I've been with you since the beginning and you get better and better. Thanks for bringing me the best vr reviews.

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  6. Can someone tell me if this game lets you get technical or is it just block and swing game? In other words, will it register if you duck, slip, parry, counter, register all punches (hooks, body hooks, bolos, uppercuts, allow you to do same arm-combos, ect, feint), bob and weaver, and more????

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  7. TLDR: Suggestion to do a 'play with your fans' session.

    Hey Rob, I wanted to pitch an idea to you that I think would be pretty neat. I saw that another one of my favorite VR Youtubers, TribalInstincts, quit recently because making videos takes so much time that he wasn't getting to spend any with his family. I know you have a family, and wondered if you ever felt that way… I imagine it takes you nearly 6-8 hours to make a review, right? Well, 2 a week means that you're working the whole weekend… I think it would be cool if every other weekend, instead of doing 2 reviews, you could do just 1, and instead have a designated hour or 2 set aside to play some multiplayer games with your fans. I think they (me included) would enjoy playing some VR games with you, and it would be a neat way to connect to your audience… Additionally, not a lot of channels do something like that so it would make yours stand out. Instead of a review, you could make an announcement video saying what game and at what time, and that would take considerably less time than filming and compiling a whole review video. It would also be a lot less stressful because you would just get to play some games instead of having to judge them. I see a lot of potential benefits, let us know what you think.

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