I haven’t used it as much as I expected since I purchased HTC Live last year. Nonetheless, I spent 90% of my time in sports games having a training session. And trust me, HTC Live training in your own sitting area is fast. Holoball and Selfie Tennis are my favorite games. VR Sports is nevertheless a package that allows you to play basketball, baseball, football, bowling, boxing, archery and table tennis.
Don’t say you do these sports now. You do. The graphics are a mixture and you can improve the game. You must hit the ball in Home Run Derby, for example, so you can find something out of an external ball and fouls earlier than in real life. You can not really kick the ball in football, you play with a goalkeeper who has to block the ball (Live control) with his hands. It can be hard, however.
Want a real basketball game to play? Then get people together and go to a court of basketball. The VR Sports version though, encourages you to play this game because you have to take a number of shots from various angles and distances. The game doesn’t have the impression that you fire a ball from your hands correctly. To order to make a shot, one of these commands will normally be used to throw basketball, just as with baseball. This problem may be fixed by a software update.
Boxing, a game that places you before a simulated enemy who fights and hits you, is the best experience in VR Sports. You push your arms back and it’s pretty realistic. If it falls, the controls can be shaken to try and get up. It’s the most realistic of all VR Sports games, although it says nothing. It’s fun, however. You practice a lot, above all.
VR Sports is probably faulty, as mentioned earlier. But the game takes you into another dimension as you ride your Live headphones through your living room. You can opt for windows because you’re going to look strange. The sweat it produces, however, will be actual, and the calories it absorbs. VR Sports is definitely not the most powerful and fun software available on Live.