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My excitement level topped out when I heard Family Friendly Gaming had been given a reviewable copy of Ark Park on the Playstaiton 4 VR. Who doesn't dream about walking around with dinosaurs in VR? It was like a Jurassic Park video game that was not lame. At least that was my hope. Ark Park is a 5.4 gig download and I can not find a physical copy of this game in America. Japan gets one. We Americans are not good enough to get a physical copy version of Ark Park.

The controls in Ark Park are atrocious. Every single person who played Ark Park here at Family Friendly Gaming had problems with the controls. Ark Park lets us use two Motion controllers, or the PS4 controller. Neither control scheme is intuitive. Once I figured out how to move around I could actually get on the train. It was cool seeing those dinosaurs come up out of the water on the train ride.

I got stuck in more places in Ark Park. The lack of direction makes this a confusing game. Plus I had trouble being blocked from so many places in Ark Park. Somehow I found my way out of the visitors center. Then I could watch dinosaurs. I could also scan them so I had their DNA. Later you can make your own dinosaurs and even go on a short ride with them.

Ark Park also contains shooting levels where we try to take down the dinosaurs in the park. I got sick playing Ark Park. The issues families can have with Ark Park is blood, violence, enticement to lust, religious teachings of evolution, and more. Ark Park frustrated me more than anything else. I hated having to look at the ground and flick a joystick to move there. The other choice was to press the middle button on the Motion Controller.

I had such high hopes for Ark Park. The park looks big, but feels small when you realize how small each area is. I also noticed parts of Ark Park looked blurry. At least to me anyways. I do not know why I get my hopes up for any VR game anymore. The overwhelming super majority of them have been bad experiences. Ark Park fits right on in to the current PS4 VR library.
- Teen Gamer

UPDATE {11/21/2018}: Improvements have been made to this game. It plays better and there is less motion sickness issues. Ark Park feels more epic and is easier to play. There is now a physical copy version of this game available.


Graphics: 55%
Sounds: 65%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Playstation 4 VR
Publisher: Snail Games
Developer: Studio Wildcard
{Blood, Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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