A free VR wave shooting game
Deadly Hunter VR gives you a bow and arrow, and you have to fend off an attack from a series of nasty monsters who are attacking your compound. You may move your body to dodge, and there are ten traps you can unlock and use.View full description
- It is free to play and not that bad
- There are 20 scenes you can play
- Deadly Hunter VR has an unintuitive control system
- Killing monsters become repetitive
Deadly Hunter VR gives you a bow and arrow, and you have to fend off an attack from a series of nasty monsters who are attacking your compound. You may move your body to dodge, and there are ten traps you can unlock and use.
A reasonably good wave shooter
The game has lovely graphics when you consider the year that it was released, and the premise of the game is good in that you have to hunt monsters with your bow. There are just a few problems with the game that will damage your good time. The first is that the controls seem buggy, or they are unintuitive to the point where they feel buggy. Plus, the attacks are not intuitive. For example, if you shoot an arrow, it goes exactly straight for a while and then completely drops off. The ability to throw grenades is a nice touch.
A great free game
When you consider the sheer weight of VR games that are out there and that are terrible, and then you consider how few of those terrible games are free, you would see how great Deadly Hunter VR is for a free game. There are people charging money for games that are not even a quarter as interesting as this game. It would have been a good game on its own if it didn't play like a wave shooter. If the players were able to run around freely it would have been good, but if the players were able to silently hunt their prey, then this game would have been far better.