Moss PSVR Review: Puzzle Platforming Perfection? | PlayStation VR | PS4 Pro Gameplay Footage

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Does Moss deliver on its promise of puzzle platforming perfection? In this Moss PSVR review we take a look at the Polyarc’s anticipated PlayStation VR release in its entirety, and also include a bunch of PS4 Pro gameplay footage.

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  1. When he says that the levels have good scale and that it feels like your really in the level. That's an understatement, as a first try in VR space this blew my mind. In terms of your view you literally are inside the level, you can physically more your view down, under, in between or go inside of room and look around columns and walls and all. You can play the level from anywhere inside of it floor to ceiling to every corner and its crazy. Great game i will have to buy, has me hyped foe astrobot

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  2. People need to understand that VR games are shorter than non VR games Simple as that. Once you accept that fact Moss is long enough. Also consider that non VR games are $60. When I first got VR I was happily surprised that the average game cost $20-30 VR is so amazing and immersive it caught me off gaurd to find these games so cheap even if they are short, it is still worth it. I would glady pay $60 for games like Moss.

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  3. I got addicted to the demo and HAD to buy the game. I was NOT disappointed… until the end… it was short, but very well put together and makes me excited to see the next chapter! can't wait!

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  4. Question
    Why moss DEMO menu is so clear but the game is blurry ? There is a big difference.
    Just before I press X to play is super clear then it's like the resolution gets really low.
    Somebody noticed that?

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  5. I have to completely disagree with your score on this game. It’s a nearly perfect 3-4 hour VR experience that you gave a 7 because of the $30 price tag. Would it be a 9 for $20? A 10 for $10? Does your score change when it goes on sale? This is a must play, must buy game if you own a PS VR headset.

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  6. One to keep an eye on, but I think I'll wait for a price drop, even if it gets the PS+ price drop treatment over the more generous normal price drops, £24 seems a bit much.

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  7. Started playing this tonight and I wish it was an rpg or metroidvania as well. A big world with skills and items to find would be downright amazing. As it is, its a really clever puzzle platformer that makes you utilize the VR in unique ways. Also the graphics are the best ive seen on psvr. It's very crisp and clean looking.

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  8. A near flawless 4 hour game that….doesn't justify it's price tag??Dude, are you high? It's $29.99 USD. What the hell have you been doing? Pirating your software since 1989?

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  9. This really is one of the best experiences on PSVR. I’ve been waiting for a high quality experience like this; it is THE go-to game to show off PSVR. Of course there could have been more refinements and additional content but I love it. The way it ended suggests there’s going to deffo be further DLC. Can’t wait!

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  10. OHHHH, SJW MOMENT!!! The mouse is WHITE!!! RACISTS!!! THE DEVS ARE RACISTS!!! Where the F××K are the BLACK, ASIAN, NATIVE AMERICAN MIDLE EASTERN COLORED, TRANSGENDERED MICE?!
    Plus, mice? Why not cats, dogs and every other animal, equally represented in the game?

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  11. Agree for the most part. But totaly disagree on the price tag not being worth it. Yes it's short, but it's under half the price of a normal triple A like say… the Order which was 60$ and 5 hours long. It leaves you wanting more, but it's honestly the perfect lenght for a VR game and reasonably priced i.m.o.

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  12. Great game. Extremely pist at price. At the end of the game your trophy is "your journey has just begun" and you complete the first booj of moss. A 3 hour game for 30$ dollars. You gave me half a freakin game you mean to tell me when the second book of moss comes out thats another 30 dollars?

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  13. Average price for a non vr game is 65 dollars. Vr games are half the price for a normal game. so it's going to be half in length of what a real game runs at. I loved moss and it makes you wanting more cause it was that good. I'm happy with the price I payed and hoping for more games like this

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  14. The game was amazing until I finished it in about 1/2 as long as it should have been. They did such an amazing job on the environment and puzzles. It’s just way to short. That’s my only issue is that it’s too short.

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