Jurassic World: Aftermath (Oculus)

Garioch

Well-known Member
After The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners, this is the other game I've been looking forward to.



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The cel shading graphics looks cool I think. From the description and trailer, it appears that you are supposed to creep / crawl/ hide from escaped velociraptors.
 

thesnowdog

Well-known Member
I REALLY love the art direction in this game and gameplay wise it's looking like Alien Isolation VR Mod with dinosaurs.

Think we'll all need clean underwear handy before playing this one lol 💩😂💩
 

Garioch

Well-known Member
Supposedly released tomorrow 17/12/2020
 

huxley

Member
That indeed looks pretty good. Be aware that is PC footage, but with it being cell shaded I would hope it would like almost as good on the Quest.
 

MikeKay1976

Distinguished Member
1st I have heard of this. Looks good!
 

Garioch

Well-known Member
 

KingD

Active Member
looks promising, nice to see more new "big name" titles appearing, could do with some more developer announcements soon though!
 

Garioch

Well-known Member
Lukewarm review here.


Issue is you're only getting half a game supposedly, with only 3hrs gameplay and a paid DLC coming 2021 (this wasn't clear from their marketing).
 

thesnowdog

Well-known Member
I'm happy with it so far. Have just started it. 3 hours isn't too bad considering the price, and I'll probably get the DLC too. I paid under 15 quid for it with my discount code so it's working out as a fiver an hour.

Shame it isn't longer though. ☹
 

KingD

Active Member
I find that quite common with VR games, but generally they are a fair bit cheaper than new console games at least
 

Goooner

Distinguished Member
I find that quite common with VR games, but generally they are a fair bit cheaper than new console games at least

It's all too common, I know they tend to be a lot cheaper than console games, but if they're really short, I'll most likely not bother, unless they're stupidly cheap.
 

Garioch

Well-known Member
Yup fair comment on the RRP of VR games compared with console / PC games. I've adjusted my expectations on this. I still think it looks great but will wait until a sale / discount code before I buy. I'm still ploughing through Saints and Sinners - which is worth every penny IMO.
 

Tiger Feet

Well-known Member
It's all too common, I know they tend to be a lot cheaper than console games, but if they're really short, I'll most likely not bother, unless they're stupidly cheap.

Im in the same boat really. Id rather it cost more and last longer. Especially if ive invested my time looking at reviews, learning the game etc.
 

Goooner

Distinguished Member
I bought Vader Immortal when I first got my Q2, I know it was only £8, but I was pretty surprised when it ended abruptly after about 40 minutes.

Didn't realise it was in parts at the time. It's a good game, I enjoyed it, but had I known it was so short, I most likely wouldn't have bothered.
 

Thug

Moderator
I dont like the look of this.
Ok its probably a great game, but not sure of the cartoon style of it all really.
 

Goooner

Distinguished Member
Yeah, I'm not really a fan of that graphic style either.
 

Jonstone

Well-known Member
I bought this, but I have requested a refund.

What I disliked most about it was the inability to interact with most of the surroundings, which means its very obvious what to do all the time from what you can interact with. I had assumed this would get better further into the game but if its only 3 hours long I doubt it.

Its also the first game in a long time to give me motion sickness. Granted I was playing with all the comfort features off, but I have the same settings for games like Half Life Alyx and never have a problem with those. I am wondering if the graphic style and general lack of textures on surfaces somehow makes it worse
 

huxley

Member
Cell shading is a way to reduce the load on the hardware. Borderlands was once meant to be a realistic looking game. Its ok for flash type games IMO.
 

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