Post Void is a new VR first-person shooter from developer Totwise Studios that was just released this week on Steam for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. I’ve been playing the game for a day or two now and would like to share my experience so far.
In Post Void you play as a nameless survivor of a human colony on Mars that has been devastated by an apocalyptic event. Naturally, the player must explore Mars and try to make sense of what happened. The game does a good job of setting up the world with a quick tutorial that explains the basic mechanics of movement and combat. You’ll quickly learn that you have an infinite amount of ammo and you only need to reload your gun (the game auto-saves after each kill by default).
The game’s story is told almost entirely through notes and terminals scattered throughout the game’s levels and a few pieces of dialogue with other characters. I’m not going to go into it too much because I don’t want to spoil any of the game’s story elements.
Post Void gameplay is fairly simple. There are a few quests in the game where you need to do something other than kill enemies, but for the most part you’ll be fighting through the different levels with your gun. The game is broken up into two parts, exploring and combat.
The game has a very strong Metroid vibe to it, with each level having a large map that you explore to find new areas and make discoveries. You can also find a few side quests to complete and there are a few secrets as well. One thing that I really like about the game is that there are a few levels.
- Graphics 4.5
- Gameplay 4.5
- Controls 3.5
- Replay Value 4
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