Worth Your Dime? – Eleven Table Tennis VR (Quest 2020 Review)

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Table Tennis VR is a lot more compelling than you would initially think. Eleven especially rachets up the physics to a level where as you improve you feel like you could take your skills to an actual table tennis table and wreck some face. Eleven Table Tennis VR doesn’t have too many issues outside of a lack of matchmaking, leaving you to chose your opponents at your own discretion. When it comes to polish, gameplay, visuals and even in-game music Eleven excels making this VR game an instant buy for me. Check out the rest of the review for my in-depth thoughts and rating!

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12 thoughts on “Worth Your Dime? – Eleven Table Tennis VR (Quest 2020 Review)”

  1. My guess is that you think this is just like real ping pong is because, as you said, you don't know how to play ping pong too well. After having read other reviews I purchased this game and was extremely disappointed. I don't think it feels like real ping pong at all. The ball doesn't respond well, you can't do spins and often where the ball goes is not reflective of your hit. I have played lots of ping pong for lots of years This game isn't even close.

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  2. I both love and hate this, because when I beat AI at a certain difficulty, I up it.. then get really frustrated grinding until I improve enough to beat it. Hard to get real people to play sport at the exact moment I have free time to do so.. so I love both this and Walkabout Minigolf.

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  3. hi, dev here. Thanks for the really nice video. I see in the video you are serving the ball trying to hit right out of your hand.
    This is not a legal serve. It's also a very good way to break your controllers or hurt yourself. Instead a legal serve consists of tossing the ball up 6 inches, and hitting it on the way down.
    If you want to chat about anything, feel free to reply here, or contact me:

    via email: devs@forfunlabs.com

    via discord chat: https://discord.com/invite/Mum2zTk (i'm carrotstien there)

    via facebook chat: http://www.facebook.com/ElevenVR

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  4. Very good review, if you aren't a review channel, become one. Your amazing at reviewing.

    Anyways, I am deciding to get racket fury and this game.
    I watch another review for racket fury and it basically says the same things.
    It is very realistic and stuff. So I am wondering if I could get an opinion from you and other people.
    I'd like to be able to play gamemodes and I am not sure if this has a lot or does racket fury but I can't figure out which one is better.

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