On this episode of Ruff Talk VR our hosts Dscruffles and Stratus breakdown and review Dragon Fist VR Kung Fu - a VR fighting game made by developer Ben Olding Games and heavily inspired by classic martial arts movies. Available now on the Meta Quest app lab store, this game seems like a no brainer for the official store. With 40 different characters, an extensive campaign, a variety of game modes, and hilariously awesome martial arts combat, this game has loads of content to keep you coming back. Listen for our full review, breakdown, and final score!
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Dragon Fight VR: Kung Fu store link: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/quest/5075285115918784
Step into your own kung fu movie with colourful characters inspired by Chinese and Hong Kong martial arts movies across the decades. Whether you fancy playing as an old wise master, or a young gifted female kung fu student, or a shaolin monk, Bruce Lee inspired character, samurai or a ninja there's bound to be someone for you...
Block attacks with your hands or forearms, or bob and weave, push their arms out the way, or move about, how you fight is up to you. But your opponents might use different strategies also, so you must learn how to foresee their attacks and how best to attack them.
You opponents all have the same controls as you, no advantage, no disadvantage. Except on easier levels they will have less strength - they will also have their speed and intelligence reduced.
40 different characters that have various colourful costumes and have their own special moves to learn and use. Each character has their own fighting style to fight against as well as a perk and a weakness.