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Gorn
Gorn

Genre: VR
Publisher: Devolver Digital
Release Date:
18th May 2020
Tuesday, 19 May 2020
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:38pm 19/05/20 | 0 Comments
From the studio behind Broforce and Genital Jousting and the publishing team at Devolver Digital, Gorn presents an ultra-violent and comical take of gladiatorial combat. And as is the way with VR, swinging those digital weapons for hours on end can become a workout in and of itself.

As Adam 'GrizGaming' Mathew discovered.
By the time you brutalise your way through Gorn's six or so arenas, you'll be a veritable master of crowd-control and cold, economical death-strikes.

Your arms will ache to buggery too. Fighting for your life for three hours is sweaty, sweaty work. It'll tone the hell out of your trapezius. In a very literal sense, Gorn will make a gladiator out of you.

The mild pain I put myself through to finish Gorn is a testament to just how fun an addictive it is. For me, Gorn's claws dug in when I realised you could make a variety of rude gestures with your hands. Being able to ninja-parry incoming strikes and disarm (or “dis-head”) people got me hooked even more. But really, it's the evolving access to increasingly nasty weapons that will keep the PSVR stuck on your head, long after those lenses have fogged and your forehead is running like Niagara.

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