BLOOD & TRUTH
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