Out of Ammo
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Content Rating: Teen
Out of Ammo is an intense virtual reality strategy game for PlayStation®VR that puts you in the commander's seat against wave after wave of soldiers. Built exclusively for room-scale to make use of motion tracking, the game allows you to move around the battlefield to build defenses and issue orders. You can even directly possess your units to directly engage the enemy making use of cover and preparing your magazines carefully so you don't.... run out of ammo!
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Out of Ammo is a fun, cute, violent VR first-person shooter that I definitely recommend to PSVR owners, especially at the decent price of $20.00. The first-person gameplay is where the game really shines, offering immersion to the genre that only VR can. It’s arcade-style endless wave of survival isn’t exactly my bag, and I found the fun faded the longer I played.
While a lot of focus on VR games comes from playing games in a first-person view, it’s great to have a change of pace with a real-time strategy game that includes an FPS element. On the outside, Out of Ammo doesn’t look inviting. Once you’re plopped in to the battlefield and realize all the small things needed to win on top of managing a base, though, it’s enthralling. The controls take a while to get comfortable with, but you’ll notice your own progression. As great as Resident Evil 7 or Gran Turismo Sport are in VR, Out of Ammo is the most fun I’ve had with PSVR. Just make it so players can retry a mission and not force them to exit out.
The core of Out of Ammo is a decent strategy/shooter hybrid, offering a unique take on both genres. The low quality visuals will turn off a lot of players, but the style is actually pretty fun. What kills a lot of the fun is the lack of PSVR customization, taking a room scale game and putting it into a much more restrictive space. Once you get past this it will be a decent amount of fun, but the lack of variety does diminish the real value of the game.