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Zombieland VR: Headshot Fever

By Matt Cabral, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Violent virtual reality zombie shooter is surprisingly fun.

Game Oculus Quest 2021
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This is a pretty straightforward, no-frills first-person shooter that clearly takes its inspiration from classic arcade light gun games, like The House of the Dead series. Despite its simplicity, though, Zombieland VR: Headshot Fever provides a surprisingly fun, accessible romp that'll repeatedly have you lining up its zombie-filled missions. Stringing together consecutive headshots triggers a time-slowing adrenaline mode, which layers in some high score-chasing strategy, while also allowing you to get into a satisfying gameplay groove.

Weapon unlocks, upgrades, and perks -- many of which are purchased with collected rolls of toilet paper (the game's currency) -- also inject some welcome variety. The graphics aren't great, leaning more toward a chunky, silly style than detailed realism, and there's not much to do beyond locking, loading, and laying waste to the undead hordes. If you're craving a fresh spin on the familiar light gun formula, though, complete with the added immersion VR delivers, this one's a zombie-poppin' blast worth getting under the goggles for.

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