CastleStorm VR Edition for PlayStation 4
PS4

CastleStorm VR Edition

Aug 1, 2017
8.01
playscore
Good
800th of 6766

VR Content

virtual reality headset to play.

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Zen Studios
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Get ready to raze castles and conquer your rivals in CastleStorm VR, an exciting new take on the tower-defense action-RPG phenomenon! Experience CastleStorm, a super genre mashup of 2D physics destruction mashed with a tower defense brawler, in full VR that catapults you onto the battlefield. Throw yourself into the heat of battle as you pit knights, soldiers, archers and even griffins against formidable foes in castle vs. castle combat! CastleStorm VR takes full advantage of the PlayStation®VR and its amazingly immersive technical capabilities to place you directly onto the field of battle, where you’ll see, feel and hear every whizzing arrow, battle cry, horse gallop and ballista shot as though you are really in the midst of combat. Get medieval in a whole new way with CastleStorm VR!

Gamer Reviews

78 Reviews
8.52

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Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
7.50
Branden JohnsonAug 02, 2017
CastleStorm VR is a relatively enjoyable game with an addictive loop, and it’s easy to lose hours to it. While I wish more was done on the VR side, it’s a solid addition to the game. It doesn’t do much to improve the lackluster story or repetitive gameplay, however. Addictive or not, some variety would not hurt at all.
David BrooksAug 04, 2017
CastleStorm VR is the same game that was released a few years ago, but the new VR elements once you pop the PSVR headset on make it feel like new. The gameplay is addictive, the story enjoyable and while the graphics aren’t cutting edge, the game’s overall aesthetic is what pleases the most in this respect.
Chandler WoodJul 31, 2017
CastleStorm VR is not a necessary VR release, but it is a fun one, showing the possibilities for traditionally non-VR titles on the platform. Head tracking works well, and playing the game feels like you are playing with a physical medieval play set. If you’ve played CastleStorm before, it may not be worth picking up again.

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