A bunch of games specially made for virtual reality, VRMultigames makes you experience a total treatment with various games that will leave you breathless.
VRMultigames like most all-in-one games for virtual reality gives an incredible value and a lot of proof of concepts that players and non-gamers might like. In this VR game, however, it gives a wide variety of sub games that pushes the use limits of the HTC Vive controllers in terms of what they can do. It’s got a shooter mini-game where a player might deflect laser bullets and kill off drones. It’s also got a goalkeeper game where players would have to fend off incoming footballs with long hand sticks. For the morbid and daring, a zombie arrow shooter might just be right for some people. In a word, this game is amazing. For the alpha version, this has so much to offer and may not slow down your PC with it’s not so resource hungry graphics quality.
A definitely good recommendation for all HTC Vive owners.
VRMultigames may have been an all-in-one game but some of its strengths comes from the interactivity of each sub games. There’s a lot to pick out for sure but it’s not about quantity but the quality of each VR game within this VR game. Interactivity gets the player’s focus and attention to the game and they feel immersed and super into playing it they are thrilled after playing it over and over again. VRMultigames have done just that. The shooter starts off slow but gradually challenges the player to kill off incoming zombies which are increasing in number. The 3D sound also gives cues on where enemies might come from which is really working great for the game.
VRMultigames may have all the best features and concepts of virtual reality gaming but it still lacks the graphic quality of your usual HTC Vive VR games. The level of quality might be compared to a Samsung Gear VR or Google Cardboard. This is not to say that it makes the game less playable but sometimes a little attention to the level of graphical detail is very important in a game. Especially if it’s on an HTC Vive platform.
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