STRIDE: Fates Review | PSVR2 | NoobFeed

NoobFeed editor Luis Aviles writes - Much like other PSVR2 games released in recent months, the developers, as enthusiastic as they are willing to communicate and engage with their community, have confirmed new updates for STRIDE: Fates that will bring a more stable experience. But for those willing to overlook its issues, a high-octane, non-stop action movie experience where you are the protagonist awaits.

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OtterX23d ago

Sounds a little too generous. I've heard nothing but bad things about this game, both reviewers and players.


Stride: Fates VR Review - CGMagazine

Stride Fates is one of the most nauseating games I have played in VR. It would be worth it if the gameplay, story, and world weren’t so bland at best.

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ApocalypseShadow28d ago (Edited 28d ago )

It's subjective but I found I agree with most of it. I bought it weeks ago and haven't went back after the second level. Just wasn't "feeling it." And I love action games. There are games that just wow you right off the bat. I wish it was like that with parkour being fun when done right.

I just wish someone would copy the freedom of movement of games like Sairento. Flip in any direction, wall run, wall hang, guns, swords, throwing weapons, slow mo, etc. It didn't have a great story but the gameplay more than made up for it.

Give me that movement with a great story and voice acting, and I'd probably never play anything else. Lol. Stride is passable with a deep discount. Other than that, there's just much better out there that the developer could have learned from.

Elda27d ago (Edited 27d ago )

I know you love VR & I'm not trying to be shady but it seems lately like VR is just not taking off especially with PSVR2. I have not seen any current adverts for any first party or 3rd party videogames for the PSVR2. Is Sony including any big developers making any AAA games for PSVR2?

mudakoshaka27d ago

That is what it is lacking! Hardly any AAA games. I will give them credit for Resident Evil Village and 4 being on PSVR2. Amazing games in VR! But many are too nervous to play those in VR. We really need some AAA adventure or action games. Really bad support by Sony so far.

Babadook727d ago (Edited 27d ago )

I think PSVR2 is selling about 1/2 of all of Metas headsets combined. IMO that's pretty decent. I'd say there's been a AAA gap since Arizona Sunshine 2 and RE4R but if you've gone through those there have been a fair bit of cool stuff to bide your time until now. Hopefully there will be some big stuff announced and shown at the upcoming showcase.

mudakoshaka27d ago

Assassin’s Creed Nexus for Quest had a pretty fun parkour system. The game was fun too but not as good as it could have been.


All the New VR Games Coming in May 2024

Looking forward to this months upcoming selection of VR titles? Here are all the new VR games due to arrive in May 2024.

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jjb198148d ago

Madison VR has probably made a few gamers shart.


STRIDE: Fates Slated to Appear on PSVR 2 & PCVR in April

VR developer Joy Way has announced that its parkour adventure STRIDE: Fates should hit PSVR 2 and PCVR in late April.

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