League of War: VR Arena for PlayStation 4
PS4

League of War: VR Arena

Nov 7, 2017
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VR Content

Compatible with Playstation virtual reality headset to play.

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: MunkyFun
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

League of War: VR Arena is a hands-on, fast-paced war game the likes of which you’ve never seen! Deploy your tanks, choppers and infantry onto a virtual battlefield, swiftly countering your opponent’s units as you drive towards destroying their base!

Gamer Reviews

48 Reviews
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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
5.11
Lou ContaldiNov 19, 2017
League of War: VR Arena isn’t a bad game, so much as it is underbaked. With a lack of diversity in modes or gameplay, the VR game takes interesting core gameplay and seemingly squanders it on a throwaway campaign. With plenty of exciting and fully-fleshed out VR experiences, I’d only recommend League of War: VR Arena to people looking to round out their PlayStation VR library with a tabletop component. And at the $30 price tag, I don’t think I could reasonably recommend it to anyone.
Samuel GuglielmoNov 22, 2017
While I thought League of War: VR Arena could have been a clever take on RTS gameplay, it has way too many issues for anything good to shine through. I hated every character, I loathed every time my units did the wrong thing, I despised the spawning system that made no sense, and I detested the weird unbalanced multiplayer mode. There are some good ideas here, deep under the surface, that I would love to see explored better.
Liam CroftNov 09, 2017
League of War: VR Arena does exactly what it says on the tin. It provides you with a basic strategy experience that remains fun for a few hours, but as you realise that the game won’t be introducing any sort of innovation or new mechanics to mess around with, repetition sets in fast. Introducing a second player into the mix through arcade mode does shake things up a little, but it’s not enough to mitigate the feeling that what’s on offer here is slim on content and all a little too basic.

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