Batman: Arkham VR Impressions

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As the world is moving towards virtual and augmented reality. It was adamant that this was bound to happen. We’ve all played Batman series; but this is he first time ever that you get to experience first hand to be the Batman using PlayStation VR. BATMAN VR’s detective gameplay and immersive game world make it the most thrilling virtual reality experience you can have at the PSVR launch.

I can guarantee by the looks of it that, Batman: Arkham VR is without a doubt one of the most powerful PlayStation VR experience, you’ll have at launch. My impression on this are as follows:fantastic

The game is not a 40-hour epic gameplay as most of the series used to be. But if you want a complete immersive experience then this will not disappoint you. This will get you to Wayne Manor living room, lowering you to its stately bowels, dropping you to the Batcave, the sense of being fully immersed in a world that many of you know so intimately will give you goosebumps.

You’ll get a chance to interact with pretty much everything. It is sadly only a hour or so gameplay. The two most significant gameplay sections involve investigating a crime scene and conducting an autopsy. The crime scene investigation plays out much like it did in Batman: Arkham Origins, with players scrubbing backwards and forwards through an augmented reality reenactment of the crime to piece together the events.batman-arkham-vr-screen-01-ps4-eu-15jul16

Arkham VR will also allow you to get a close up look at the heroes and villains that you’ve only seen in flat planes up until this point. You will be able to see very inch and details on the Nightwing’s chiseled jaw and his ripped gymnast’s physique., or gruesome appearance of villains that shan’t be named.

Batman: Arkham VR is barely a game. Of all the launch titles for PlayStation VR, it’s likely to be the least mechanically driven, but that doesn’t mean it has no value. I appreciate that this is a very subjective emotional response based on my lifelong obsession with the character, but it’s also a glimpse into one of the greatest promises of VR: Its ability to transport us into alien worlds and blur the lines between what is real and what isn’t. To give us the opportunity to sideline our real selves and absolutely inhabit characters we’ve dreamed of being since childhood.

To get a better review, click here. Share your views below, if you can. Peace!


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