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Developer: Archiact Interactive
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Team-based action game with insane physics-driven power-ups. Shoot, duck behind cover, and coordinate with teammates...all in glorious VR! Play both Singleplayer Story Mode and Online Multiplayer!
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If corners were cut with the graphics, they were completely rounded over and sanded down in the music and sound department. There really isn’t any music to speak of, and the sound effects are all very basic. There’s voice acting, but there really shouldn’t be. Line delivery is terrible. The team was definitely not concerned about the aesthetics.
Smashbox Arena’s knockout gameplay is entertaining online – assuming you can find a match. While there is a small community on the servers right now, it’s difficult to predict how long that will persist, and thus purchasing is a bit of a risk. Unless you can convince friends to pick up the package, then be warned that the single player content is thin, even if the core gameplay loop is undeniably fun.
I walked into Smashbox Arena with dread, but I came out realizing that it was more fun than I thought it would be. There’s plenty of potential for exciting and silly moments with its simple yet effective gameplay. However, the game frustratingly doesn’t take itself further with additional modes, features, and much-needed polish. You could have a good few sessions with friends if everyone happens to own PlayStation VR headsets, but as it stands, Smashbox Arena is a bit hard to recommend.