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Content Rating: Teen
After the fierce battle to stamp out the nefarious drug speed, resurrected gunman beyond the grave (grave, for short) resumed his slumber, with mika asagi watching over him. Yet even with the defeat of garino corsione's criminal organization, the distribution of speed continued, and mika set about hunting down all traces of it across the world. After 14 years, mika tracked the manufacture of speed to South city, which was in the grips of a wave of new infections.
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I get that VR games are still somewhat in their infancy, but this one feels like something that would have been included in the very first demo disc when the technology launched. I was excited for the return of Gungrave. Especially since PlayStation VR had been so impressive for me recently diving into the technology. Sadly this experience is just not worth dropping the cash for. There are a ton of better VR experiences for Sony’s headset.
Regardless of the format, Gungrave VR doesn’t really offer any major reason to try it. It just exists, although even that is up for debate considering how little content is actually available. It’s a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it affair, the type of game I’ll forget I even reviewed a few months from now and should serve as more of a warning for the upcoming Gungrave GORE than a precursor. This gun belongs back in the grave.
Gungrave, like when it debuted over a decade ago, is an acquired taste. It's rigid and not particularly welcoming, two qualities that are exasperated in VR. Despite its problems, I’d welcome another go at Gungrave (or a revival of that Planet Gunsmoke Trigun game), and it looks like we’re getting it. But you can skip this outing.