You hear stories all the time of people getting motion sickness from playing VR games. It sucks. Hell, in reviewing this game I let all of my roommates try out virtual reality for the first time and, out of the four of us, one actually got really woozy. I don’t know if one out of four is an accurate statistic or not, but it’s pretty striking nonetheless.
Luckily, VR does not make me sick. What does make me sick is when a VR game’s potential is squandered by a lack of ingenuity. Virtual reality is really cool and can provide some uniquely interactive experiences, but when it isn’t utilised beyond just a cool premise, it quickly loses its luster.