Bangor Mail - - The Game Review -


GUY Ritchie fans will in­stantly take to Blood & Truth and its cock­ney-in­fused gang­land VR shootouts. But even if you can’t stand the nar­ra­tive, there’s still plenty to set your pulse rac­ing.

It uses a Time Cri­sis-style setup, with you tak­ing on gangs of en­emy thugs from pre-de­ter­mined cover po­si­tions through a va­ri­ety of lo­ca­tions, from high-rise flats to the in­side of an air­liner.

The shooting is pleas­ingly phys­i­cal, with ammo need­ing to be reloaded man­u­ally, and the ac­cu­rate in­ter­ac­tion with your en­vi­ron­ment – from messing with turnta­bles to us­ing wire clip­pers – all builds an im­pres­sive level of im­mer­sion.

Blood & Truth has flaws but its over­all pace and qual­ity makes it PSVR’s best shooter since the bril­liant Ari­zona Sun­shine.

■ The last word: A daft but ex­cit­ing and sub­stan­tial Vir­tual Re­al­ity shooter.

■ Price: £29.99

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