JTGA: There is enormous potential in these formative years of mainstream virtual reality. Sony’s headset is arguably at the forefront of widespread awareness, and regularly boasts interesting, experimental, and / or exclusive titles. When you give well established teams like Supermassive access to that same tech, one can’t help but be cautiously optimistic about titles like Bravo Team. Especially when you take into account their pedigree with stuff like Until Dawn.
On paper, the premise sounds like a Time Crisis arcade fans dream. You inhabit the role of a special forces operative, and lead the charge through various close combat scenarios. Co-op play is available, and you also have control over your A.I squadmates. There’s support for the PSVR Aim Cntroller, a replayable score attack style mode, and various difficulty levels.
It should be a winner. But unfortunately, Bravo Team fails to hit the mark.