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Content Rating: Teen
Blurring the lines between cautious strategy and unbridled mayhem, SUPERHOT VR is the definitive VR FPS in which time moves only when you move. No regenerating health bars. No conveniently placed ammo drops. It's just you, outnumbered and outgunned, grabbing the weapons of fallen enemies to shoot, slice, and maneuver through a hurricane of slow-motion bullets. Decisive winner of dozens of VR Game of the Year awards, SUPERHOT VR is a title reimagined and redesigned from the ground up for VR and hand tracking controllers. The fruit of over three years of focused trailblazing, SUPERHOT VR brings the visceral action of SUPERHOT directly into your head and soul. And now also - directly into your PSVR.
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Soundtrack or no, SUPERHOT VR has successfully taken one of the most impressively innovative first person shooters and translated it into VR exactly how it needs to be. Every time I finished a level I couldn’t believe how much I felt like I just acted out an action scene from one of my favorite action movies. If you ever saw John Wick, Atomic Blonde, or The Matrix and decided you wanted to be that action star, SUPERHOT VR is the game you need to play.
SUPERHOT VR, despite some of it’s tracking and difficulty issues, is an absolute must play. It’s the most innovative VR shooter we’ve played! Even if you don’t own a VR headset to play this game, find a friend who does and ask nicely if you can play it (and make sure they’re okay with you getting a little sweaty in their headset). It’s not only about how fun the game is, but also about how it makes you feel. And trust us, it makes you feel super cool.
Still in its infancy, PlayStation VR is waiting for its killer game. Superhot VR is a solid contender, but one that falls short of the mark due to the hardware's imprecision. It's a puzzling game that rewards you for patience and thoughtful approaches to difficult situations, but those tracking limitations spoil the fun more often than not.