VR Ping Pong
Be in an intense game of table tennis in VR Ping Pong. Make the best of your rally together and defeat that virtual opponent in hard mode!
VR Ping Pong
VR Ping Pong is a straight up virtual reality game that mimics the real feel and vibe of a table tennis match in real life. It has a pixel art slash lego brick theme to it with audience made up of cubes and basic shapes. Though the black borders in each individual cubes can be clunky and very ancient-looking, the table and the ball is certainly the one to be focused on most of the game. The physics of the ball when struck with force can go smoothly in the direction you want it to go. This is certainly a good game to have in your HTC Vive experience because the controllers works well as a racket, though some features lack in the demo version that keeps this game from getting any more better reviews than it currently have.
VR Ping Pong is a great game with some features that will make it a staple game for the HTC Vive. Though in the demo version of this VR game lacks some features, it still gives players the ability to get that authentic table tennis match. Regardless of how the audience or your AI opponent looks like, the ball movements can really get you into gaming mode with a real challenge. The rally can go as long as you want. Beating the AI can also be that hard even in easy mode. That is a real good feature since it will make you a gamer or player in the VR Ping Pong you got yourself into.
A real keeper for your HTC Vive. You won’t miss your Wii U if you tried this game out.
VR Ping Pong really have awkward graphics. Maybe if the audience and the AI table tennis challenger opposite you doesn’t look like a boxy figure, the game would have a real pull for those who have not yet played the game. For the most part, this VR game needs a face lift. A visual appeal is what we are looking for here. However, if it is an intentional design choice in the developer’s part then it ends up to user preference.
This is a great game with great physics but can be an eye sore indefinitely.