Wave base shooters are one of the most developed games on the VR platform. With many companies trying to bring something new with it – some are successful in doing so and some not so much. Enter the arena nDreams and Shooty Fruity, the question is does it pack a punch or is it just plain mouldy?
There are some games out there that want to the players to be creative, some that make it simple and some that more difficult. For me simplicity is a key feature when it comes to creativity in these type of games, in order to keep to you engaged in what you are doing. Discovery has entered the creative field of gaming, but does it do enough?
Attack of the Bugs, attempts to bring a mix of strategy and first person shooter to the VR platform. The question is does the game make you feel like you are just killing the bugs with your humanly powers or a professional exterminator?
End Space brings some more space shooter action to the Playstation VR. It enters the field with popular games in this genre such as Eve Valkyrie, but what End Space offers is a single player campaign rather than an online shooter. But, is a single player aspect enough to make the game stand out?