Truly a game worth your time. This game manages to deliver a special experience that no other flat screen or vr game has managed to deliver. Virtual virtual reality is a masterclass in vr environmental storytelling that takes advantage of vr as a medium to tell its story through. In the best way possible this game makes you feel like as the player you have gone where you shouldn’t be. The art direction, sound design and voice acting are on a league of their own. The 2 hours it takes to play through the game have been solidified in my mind as one of the most unique and bizarre gaming experiences I’ve ever had. I’ve played through this game roughly four times now and I would say that it is a vr must have.
Mastapiece. This game… This game! I came into this expecting nothing special but the experience I got was great! Even the stuff with the clients was fun and that’s not even the point! The puzzles and story are great. I recommend this game to people who want a cheap and very fun experience
Chaz is an amazing villain and actually kind of sympathetic! You need to take him down but you kind of don’t want to because he wasn’t always like this. Also his voice is just amazing. It’s incredibly fun to explore the places of activitude you aren’t supposed to see and figure out what is actually going on. This story is just so good oh my gosh… I’m going to stop talking.
Great game! Really fun! just got kind of bored at the second one with pinwheel.
Excellent game. Played through once and it definitely feels as though there is a lot more I could discover. I imagine there are additional endings, etc. Hopefully I will be able to come back to it to see what else there is hiding behind the butter.
AMAZING. The puzzles and the game it self is awesome and I guarantee if you like puzzle games you will LOVE this game and I have played through all of vvr and 50 -ish% of vvr2 and they are perfect because they are hard puzzle games and they aren’t to hard. They keep you busy for a long time.(if you don’t look up how to do it of course )
It’s good! Just not my cuppa a tea. I think the devs have done an amazing job. The humor is fantastic (especially sparkle teeth.. his voice made me and my girlfriend laugh a lot) but the puzzle side of the game is too much for my brain.
However, I am writing this as my girlfriend ( non-vr gamer) is having a blast and doing great.
I want a refund. I thought this was going to be a game we’re you could put headsets on and mess around in the world it brings you but boy was I wrong I’m not accusing then of false advertisement but it more my fault for not watching the whole trailer. Another thing is I can get any farther than butter I want to do other ones too but I just get called in by butter and I can’t do anything else.
As shown in the trailer, the mechanics allow you to: vacuum up your surroundings, put on virtual headsets you find to take you to new areas, and grab onto objects from a distance, which can all be pretty fun. How do you use these mechanics though? A lot of the game will center around being forced into doing “jobs” for AI clients, which can be somewhat fun or satisfying at times, but it can also feel a bit bland. As you play, though, you’ll experience different opportunities to break out of where you’re supposed to be and explore where you aren’t. You’ll have to find a variety of headsets on your own, each leading to new ones, but without getting caught and put back to work. It’s really cool going behind the scenes and finding all the weird things you can do instead of basically being a slave.
Overall it’s pretty straightforward. There are some small puzzles, but nothing too advanced. I’ve seen other reviews complaining about being stuck in the “butter loop”, but I found it pretty easy to progress from there. There’s also a boss battle at the end that’s a little challenging. Getting caught while exploring is only a minor setback.
Not much. There are two endings, but one doesn’t add much more gameplay than the other. There’s also headsets and areas you could easily skip past, so you can try to find them all. Once you’re through with all of that, it’s fun to come back to every once in a while.
The story will leave unanswered questions (MatPat please play this), but it becomes more clear as you go. Overall it was pretty good, and the execution of working it into the game made it even more immersive.
The environments are really detailed and creative, and the graphics, while not realistic, are pretty aesthetic in my opinion. The graphics have a lot of trippy moments, too.
Sometimes there’s no music, sometimes there is. Not anything too crazy, but when it’s there, it works well with the game; especially the suspenseful music when you’re about to get caught. The sound design is also nice and there when it’s needed.
A somewhat random but good sense of humor accompanies the game, and I did make noises out loud resembling laughing a few times, so there you go.
Definitely some creepy moments, like when a headset comes flying at your face without your consent, and just the ambience of some areas has creeped me out before. I wouldn’t consider it a horror game, though.
I actually got it on sale for $10.99, which is a bit of a more fitting price considering the length (make sure you milk all the content it has to offer), but even off sale I think it’s still worth buying.
To conclude, this game is very unique. It might not be for everyone, but if it sounds cool enough from what you’ve read in this review, I highly recommend it. Thank you for reading.
1 star reviews missing the point. If you think there’s not enough game for this game you’re missing the point. It’s a story game. Based around story. If you thought it would be insane and fast paced like LITERALLY (mostly) EVERY POPULAR GAME ON THE MARKET right now you’re still missing the point. It’s a story about corrupt capitalism and a commentary on the vr industry. People saying that they’re stuck on the butter loop (how..?) either don’t have good problem solving skills or are very new in vr and gaming as a whole but I have a hard time believing the ladder because my mom beat this game on her own (her only games before this being Pokémon go and candy crush)
In conclusion, This game good, people say otherwise stupid, I am bad at writing reviews. Butter/5
Immersive and meta with a great story. The one qualm I have with many VR games is how many of them fail to include any kind of story into their gameplay. It’s mostly, “Here’s this thing you can do in an immersive environment,” and that’s it. The ones that have a story (like Shadow Point or Moss) sometimes don’t lean into the VR nearly as much—mostly being games that could be played in first- or third-person without VR. Virtual Virtual Reality, though, is the best of both worlds, combining VR interactions with a great story.
Placed somewhere between the meta Accounting+ and interactivity of Job Simulator, Virtual Virtual Reality takes the Portal approach to gradual storytelling. There are a lot of parallels that are hard to miss here. At its core, this game’s story revolves around a cheery yet malevolent AI who tries to get the player to perform odd jobs for a variety of requestors. However, when you peel back the curtain to see the horrors behind the scenes, the AI strips the layers of VR away and chastises you for getting out of bounds. Even if you obtain many details via narration, the story is still profound.
Virtual Virtual Reality might be slower to get through than other VR games, but I think that helps with the story’s pacing. You don’t just get snippets of plot between puzzles; you get a motivation to keep going. And the immersive nature of most of these loosely interconnected worlds helped keep me in the story, too. In fact, I had some legitimate jump scares in this game as VR headsets flung themselves onto my face. I also appreciated that I could go back and visit a few of the branching plot levels I missed in my playthrough once I got to the end.
Immersive and meta with a great story, I give Virtual Virtual Reality 4.5 stars out of 5.
Hands down my favorite VR game ever. This is easily the best game on oculus. Story is creative with both funny and haunting moments. There is something unexpected around every corner. You'll laugh. You'll contemplate your future. While gameplay is only about 2-4 hours long there are so many possibilities for dialogue it can be replayed over and over. The art is nice. The mechanics are easy. It's just so perfect and so fun.
Amazing. Out of all of the games that I have played. This one is the kind of game that people put effort into. The gameplay is great and the graphics are pretty crisp. Gave me a vacation simulator vibe. The game might seem slow at first. But this was a home run for me. In conclusion, buy this game!!!
The best vr game ever. This game changed my perspective of gaming forever and it almost feels like it changed my life, all I can say is I strongly recommend going into this game with no spoiler at all and try and save it for the weekend and play it in one. The best things I can compare this would probably be the Star Wars clone wars series and the video game wuppo in terms of atmosphere and the vibe it gives off.
Stop scrolling and consider this…. Imagine the feeling you get from playing the portal games. The narrative, the mind bending euphoria of confusion. The strange feeling that something is going on behind the scenes.. The butter shouting at you because the toast you are massaging on him is too burnt. IN VR. Iv only played for half an hour and I am so glad I didn’t skip this one.