It’s time for PSVR owners to get
Worlds Within Worlds
In Virtual Rick-
Deciphering what needs to be done to complete a given task is usually not that hard at all. Even if players are having trouble figuring what needs to be done, NPCs will drop clues that range from a simple hint to a blatant direction as to what to do next. Many of the puzzles are well-planned and clever, but shouldn’t drive players anywhere near insane.
Most of the game's puzzles and tasks will remind players of Job Simulator or Accounting+ in their execution and humor. It makes sense considering that Owlchemy Labs are the same team behind Job Simulator and Justin Roiland’s (Creator and the voice of both Rick and Morty) Squanch Games helped make Accounting+. With that said, don’t go into the game thinking that its jokes are going to be completely on par with an episode of the TV show. It’s funny, but it’s not quite on that level and there’s a lot of
Fan favorites characters like Summer, Mr. Meeseeks, and Mr. Poopybutthole also show up throughout the game and help add some fun and familiarity. It should be no surprise that the game relies heavily on players already being fans of the show and familiar with the content, but there are still plenty of things that should feel new when discovered.
Coming Up Short
While Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-
It’s also really hard to justify the price point of $29.99 for the amount of content that’s included. The entire game can be beaten over the span of two to three hours. And while there are a few collectibles and hidden secrets here and there, overall there’s not much replayability. If Virtual Rick-
Still even with that said, this is a Rick and Morty game, and it’s the type of series that evokes and certain kind of loyalty in its fanbase. So, it’s safe to say that even with the lack of content, humor that falls a little below the standard line of quality, and a hyped-up price tag, fans are still going to pick this up. Afterall, it would be hard to have a full collection of branded merch without it. Plus, it’s not like the few hours of gameplay that are there aren’t enjoyable; quite the contrary, actually. Fans will most definitely enjoy their time in the VR world of Virtual Rick-