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?
There’s sometimes games that are released that make it difficult to review, because there’s not a great deal to what the games attempts to do. I feel that this an area that Smashbox Arena falls into. But, why do I feel this way?
When I first watched the announcement trailer for Symphony of the Machine I felt that something different is now on offer on the Playstation VR. Now I have played it, did I still feel it was a new experience?
I wasn’t really sure what to expect when it came to HeroCade, the only information I knew is that it was a set of nine mini-games that were coming to the Playstation VR in one bundle. Did it leave a sour taste in my mouth like parts of Playstation Worlds?