The American Dream for PlayStation 4
PS4

The American Dream

Mar 14, 2018
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VR Content

Requires Playstation virtual reality headset to play.

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About this game

Developer: Samurai Punk
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Samurai Punk presents The American Dream, a satirical virtual reality trip through a 1950’s world’s fair where you learn to live your life with guns. Players travel through a vast complex constructed by a group of respected gun manufacturers aiming to show the world the virtues of guns for the common man. The world of The American Dream sets its sights on a future where guns are used for all manner of things like eating a meal, driving a car or working to provide for your family. With weapons ranging from pistols to rifles and shotguns, you’ll learn how guns will take care of all your day-to-day needs! Bite the bullet and come on down, you’re guaranteed to have a blast every time at The American Dream!

Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
6.52
Jimmy DonnellanMar 19, 2018
Far too blunt with its message to be taken seriously, The American Dream's increasingly grating brand of satire becomes its downfall.
Sam BishopMar 25, 2018
With the lack of visual fidelity on offer as well (things are often quite angular, or clipping through each other), The American Dream falls short of its ambition to be a witty, entertaining little VR shooter. Instead, it becomes rather dull rather fast as you do simple tasks again and again, and the story isn't nearly funny enough to excuse the bland experience it's providing. It may be worth it for an afternoon, but there are plenty of other VR shooters on the market that are more worthy of your time instead.
Mathias OertelMar 03, 2018
Mechanisch sind die Baller-Minispiele, denen man in The American Dream begegnet, allenfalls durchschnittlich. Doch dieses VR-Experiment ist mehr als die Summe seiner Einzelteile, zu denen auch ein beträchtlicher Erzählanteil gehört. Denn was anfangs wie von der National Rifle Association in Auftrag gegebenes Promo-Material wirkt, entpuppt sich alsbald als bitterböse Satire mit zielsicher gesetzten Pointen und Anspielungen, die auch Videospiele nicht außen vor lassen.

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