Vanguard V is a fast-paced 3rd person rail shooter, designed for Virtual Reality
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Vanguard V is a fast action VR experience that takes you on a journey from the low orbit of our planet, down to the very core. Designed for VR from day one, Vanguard V is a celebration of control, design, and amazing music.
Production of this title is a collaboration of eight team members. Much of the talent was sourced from dedicated people in the reddit community. From voice acting to chip tune music, reddit has been instrumental in making this VR experience a reality. The power of the internet is truly amazing.
Vanguard V is an all-new Virtual Reality action game that takes the best aspects of flight and adventure. Driven by music, story, and innovative VR design, Vanguard V is a celebration of gameplay to welcome Virtual Reality to the world.
You play as Qu, who has tracked the parasite menace from worlds afar and with the help of her A.I. companion, BiT, is fighting to save the planet's inhabitants from utter annihilation. Fly in low orbit while re-entering the atmosphere, skim the waters of the ocean, dive into the tunnel from the initial impact and make your way to the center of the planet to exterminate the source of the parasite infestation. Lock on with your VR targeting system and blast through the alien threat!
Ratings and Reviews
This game is awesome. The graphics were much better than all of the other VR games I downloaded, but I had some issues. I have and IPhone 6+ so I couldn't always keep track of my character when she went off the screen. Plus, there is only one level I am really hoping for more game content soon because this is an awesome game!
I've finally played a good phone VR game
Vanguard V is what phone VR needs: a serious, immersive game that works with a very limited control scheme. Because your character shoots automatically when you use your head to aim at targets, it ends up feeling quite a bit like Rez (which is itself getting a VR release on PS4, so the basic gameplay works fine in VR).
Really nice graphics and audio. Full stereoscopic 3D. 3rd person virtual reality. I'm not sure if it's because I have a larger iPhone 6 Plus, but at the extreme edges my character goes out of view. Hard gameplay because you have to shoot and avoid space debris at the same time. Not quite sure what I'm supposed to be aiming at either.
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