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Pixel Gear is a virtual reality (PS4 VR) video game where we stand on our pedestal or in a trench and shoot the evil, vile and wicked creatures that come our way. This can be ghosts, zombies, skeletons, orcs, wizards, and more. I played in three areas in Pixel Gear. There are four difficulty settings in Pixel Gear. Each area has five waves of enemies and then finally a large boss.

The boss characters in Pixel Gear follow the same pattern. So once you know it then you can plan for their attacks. Certain things need to be done to hurt them. Like hitting a bat above the dragon to drop a bomb into its mouth. There are four guns the player can use in Pixel Gear. The first one has unlimited ammo. The other three have limited ammo. Players must shoot ghosts that are carrying coins to purchase power ups, health items, and better weapons. Players lose previously purchased weapons when they replay the area or go to the next area.

The areas and enemies in Pixel Gear are very blocky. Think of Minecraft if you know what I mean. There is no moving around in Pixel Gear. Which is actually a good thing since it won't get you sick. I had no motion sickness problems with Pixel Gear. Neither did others here at Family Friendly Gaming. That can not be said about some other PS4 VR video games we have played.

Some enemies will shoot at you, and others will throw things. We shoot plenty of monsters in Pixel Gear. I noticed magical enemies in Pixel Gear as well. I loved the power up ability of slowing down time. It helped me line up a shot perfectly. Now that slowing down time power up is very limited in Pixel Gear. Do not shoot the angels in Pixel Gear. You will lose points for doing that.

I got into Pixel Gear much deeper and faster than I thought I would. I am into Minecraft so Pixel Gear felt very natural to me. I love how the Move Controller lines up my shot so masterfully well. I also loved looking around in Pixel Gear. There are certain little small details that make this game feel very immersive. I even found an Easter Egg in the background of the menu screen. It is a ghost. Turn all the way around to find it.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: Playstation 4 VR
Publisher: Oasis Games
Developer: Oasis Games
Rating: 'E10+' - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence}

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