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Developer: Psytec Games
Content Rating: Teen
It's an experiential horror challenge game that takes the player through a series of increasingly mysterious locations. Crystal Rift has 26 levels, with unique styles and settings, to provide many hours of gameplay. The player slowly uncovers the narrative and story through exploration, discovering dark secrets and following the path of those who have come before.
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Others, like Crystal Rift, is a relic of an earlier era for virtual reality. In their time they won deserved praise because few developers had created complete games for the hardware. At this point gamers are simply looking for more sophisticated experiences with their expensive headsets. Crystal Rift might keep players exploring for a while, but it feels like a prototype for a better game which doesn’t yet exist.
Crystal Rift is far from an enjoyable experience, with cumbersome controls, lacklustre visuals, and poor enemy AI. The entire experience gets very tiresome very quickly, and with the ever increasing expectations for great quality games, this just doesn't cut it. This rift would be better left unexplored, unless you think you'd enjoy its torturously repetitive depths.
La verdad es que estamos ante uno de los peores juegos que hemos probado en realidad virtual. Y eso que tenía un planteamiento muy prometedor, que podía habernos enganchados a los amantes del rol más clásico. Crystal Rift es un juego que habíamos empezado con muchas ganas, y sobre el papel podía tener su encanto, pero le falta profundidad, un desarrollo más variado y entretenido y técnicamente es un desastre.