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By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Wacky VR soccer has humorous story, lots of fun.

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If you go in knowing what this virtual soccer game is, then you'll no doubt have a lot of fun with it. You might not be able to play for long periods of time, because it can get a little tiring head-butting virtual objects for more than an hour straight, but this collection of fun missions is a good showcase for the technology -- and the sub-$20 price point doesn't hurt much. Many will like how accessible the game is to start, as you don't need to hold anything in your hands, but the difficulty ramps up nicely when it starts getting faster, with many more obstacles to avoid and targets to hit -- not to mention additional modes you can unlock.

The fun commentary and silly story about this head-butting club help to keep you engaged, especially as you may or may not be a willing inductee into the Football Improvement Centre. Worth noting is a party mode called "Group Session," where you take turns in the VR headset to compete with friends for a high score. While it won't win game of the year, Headmaster is an example of some of the fun and creative entertainment applications for PlayStation VR.

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