Ace Banana for PlayStation 4

Ace Banana

Oct 13, 2016
2047th of 7915

VR Content

virtual reality headset to play.

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Oasis Games
Content Rating: Everyone


A Shooting Gallery-style game, players must take up their bow and protect their banana stash against waves of monkeys coming to get them. Gameplay involves the player taking up the PlayStation Move controllers and mimic the movements shooting an arrow. Features a child-friendly cartoon style with cheerful graphics, Gameplay mode is solo play (with cooperative multiplayer coming out soon with up to four players fighting together). Compare your scores and compete for the rankings, with waves and waves of enemies are varied with huge Boss Battles occurring randomly. Player can look around with their VR Headset while aiming with their Move Controllers. Players are fixed in one position while being able to switch to various other locations in the game with their Rope.

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Critic Reviews

8 Reviews
Blake GrundmanOct 23, 2016
As much fun as the title looks to be, I cannot in good conscience recommend a game that has this many genuine issues. Hopefully this is something that can be resolved in a later patch, but as of right now, it would be best to leave this jungle unexplored.
Marcus EstradaOct 23, 2016
Ace Banana shows promise with its bright graphics and skillful ability to pair Move controllers with fast-paced, precise gameplay. Unfortunately, there’s little currently in the game to keep players hooked after their first session. Everything is just far too repetitive (not to mention tiring) to get folks through the campaign. A co-op mode didn’t even make it out in time for launch, which could have at least added some reason to keep playing. Ace Banana may be technically sound, but it’s plainly uninteresting when compared to the rest of PSVR’s launch lineup.
Justin CelaniOct 24, 2016
At the same time, I felt there was very little content here to keep me coming back, other than the novel feeling of the bow and arrow, which is absolutely amazing in fact. Aside from this and maybe the visual style, I don’t see a huge reason I’d return to it, especially if other games adopt this bow and arrow feel. Yet at the same time, I can’t complain, it’s a simply game with colorful graphics and is appropriate for players of all ages. Just don’t expect it to kill hours of time.

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