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PSVR EVE: Valkyrie - PlayStation 4

PSVR EVE: Valkyrie – PlayStation 4
PSVR EVE: Valkyrie - PlayStation 4

PSVR EVE: Valkyrie - PlayStation 4

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Gorgeous VR visuals immerse you in the action like nothing you’ve seen prior. Cutting-edge virtual reality gameplay takes area combat to the future. Competitive multiplayer action benefits teamwork and strategies. Skill-based character progression and ship upgrades present full control over your pilot’s fight style. Stunning EVE Universe environment and deep backstory destination you in a futuristic sci-fi globe that gets to be more than genuine.

PSVR EVE: Valkyrie - PlayStation 4

Price: $59.96

PSVR EVE: Valkyrie - PlayStation 4

  • Become at the very top fighter pilot and immerse your self in virtual reality room combat.
  • Live out the fantasy and thrill of being at the very top spaceship pilot within the sprawling sci-fi universe of EVE.
  • Join the Valkyrie, an outlaw band of galactic pirates, and take up arms to claim exactly what’s yours. Trade cannon fire for money while you chase wealth and notoriety regarding the edge of area.
PSVR EVE: Valkyrie - PlayStation 4
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PSVR EVE: Valkyrie - PlayStation 4
PSVR EVE: Valkyrie - PlayStation 4
PSVR EVE: Valkyrie - PlayStation 4
PSVR EVE: Valkyrie - PlayStation 4

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3 reviews for PSVR EVE: Valkyrie – PlayStation 4

  1. :

    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful

    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Single player is a pretentious afterthought and the menus are made for pigeons. No, really., October 31, 2016

    By Winston

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    This review is from: PSVR EVE: Valkyrie – PlayStation 4 (Video Game)

    Eve: Valkyrie was literally the demo that got me interested in PSVR. I bought this game at launch thinking the demo was just a small taste of what a $60 game was sure to offer. Instead, I was blindsided by a paltry single player mode that doesn’t even qualify as a campaign. If you’re into online multiplayer, I suppose there is fun to be had, but if you’re looking for a game that allows you, the buyer, to experience a story, and to progress, you’re going to be sorely disappointed. This game is for fans of online multiplayer, and repetitive gameplay at best. The single player modes consist of random events, some of them “memories,” that you, I guess…re-enact? And they end just when you think they’re going to get good. But because you’re merely re-enacting a memory, it’s all very pointless and leads nowhere.

    It does look great, and the combat is fast and frenetic.

    The menus are a disaster. There’s one menu area that I didn’t even realize offered selectable items because the only way to “select” them is to select them with your face. I was trying to use the controller to change my selections until one time I bent over to scratch my foot and my face got so close to a menu item that it was selected. To my dismay, I quickly discovered that to select those items, I basically have to peck at them like a pigeon. I mean…who play tested this crap? Outside of this nightmare, I couldn’t figure out what on earth I was supposed to do with anything. Worse, I’m pretty sure one of the menu items was for micro transactions. In a $60 game. They pump out a tech-demo sized single player game and then serve me up micro-transactions? I should have returned it immediately, but didn’t because I was attempting to figure out the screen shift issue for the VR.

    One of the things that bothers me about virtually every game being released for VR is its gimmicky nature, and that pretentious, vacuous language being thrown about – “gameplay experiences,” “it delivers an experience.” A…what? Is it a game or is it not? Developers are obsessed with gimmick on VR. Rather than focusing on creating a great game, and then adding the VR experience on top of that, they’re allowing VR misconceptions to direct what they make. Instead of a single player “game” you have “memories” that you relive…as though that would be better simply because you’re wearing a headset. Developers seem to be making really bonehead moves at the moment. They’re substituting weird VR lingo and novelty for actual gameplay. Expecting to play an actual game? Surprise, you’re just going to be using a motion controller to pretend you have an arm so that you can hit random buttons and pretend to throw things. Thought you were going to protect the universe in your fighter ship? Surprise, they’ve got gimped “experiences” that you’ll “remember,” that lead nowhere. And it’s all supposed to be okay and awesome because you’re wearing a headset.

    Developers have completely lost it. For some reason, they think games should be totally different because you’re wearing a headset, not bothering to consider that what makes a game good is…whether the game is actually good. VR doesn’t need your help, it doesn’t need your high concept, it doesn’t need pretentious language describing boring gameplay as “an experience.” VR needs nothing but a game that is already fun to play. Simply put, make a good game first. Then, if that game is amenable to a VR headset…”make it so.” The single player in EVE: Valkyrie is nothing but an extended tech demo, and hugely disappointing.

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    31 of 35 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It really feels like you’re in a space ship flying around dog fighting, October 14, 2016

    By Christopher M Page

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    This review is from: PSVR EVE: Valkyrie – PlayStation 4 (Video Game)

    This was my first purchase for PSVR. I am HIGHLY impressed by the level of immersion this game provides. It really feels like you’re in a space ship flying around dog fighting. Well worth the full 59.99 price of entry, as this is definitely a FULL game.Outstanding visuals, amazing control, and overall just a blast of a time in VR. Sense of Presence is HIGH here.

    As a side note : I would NOT recommend driveclub VR to anyone considering their first VR game. The visuals are terrible and its the only game that me nauseous. I am someone who generally is sensitive to motion sickness and i haven’t had any of it with any other psvr game, but driveclub made me feel like i was gonna be sick after just one race. Leave that one alone and wait for GT.

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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Super fun!!, October 31, 2016

    By Timothy M Garcia

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    definitely my favorite PS VR launch time. Living out childhood dream of being a star fighter pilot!

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