VRLove is an adult virtual reality game with big ambitions. It’s a girlfriend experience gone rogue. You can play it slowly through ‘Story Mode’ or fuck endlessly in ‘Free Mode’.
With pornstar-based characters, an interesting narrative, and an upcoming multiplayer mode, this VR porn game sounds promising. But is it any good? Let’s take a closer look.
Currently, the game offers two game modes: ‘Story Mode’ and ‘Free Mode’.
‘Story mode’ offers an immersive story and a compelling backdrop to the game’s visuals. Your girlfriend is a CGI rendition of Armarna Miller. The narrative sucks you in, and there is nothing like it as far as adult VR games go. It’s a really cool feature of this game that I hope they explore more as the game develops. In its current state, it’s rather short-lived though.
On the other hand, ‘Free Mode’ is more of a typical game mode. Through your virtual phone, you invite girls over for a good time and experience the game’s devious mechanics. You interact, flirt, and fuck. It’s straightforward and fun.
The graphics look much better in VR than in the screenshots. Thanks to Unreal Engine 4’s capabilities, the lighting is good, the animations are diverse, and the environments are distinctive. The characters can use some work though. There have been talks about some sort of graphical upgrades in the future, so that’s something to look forward to. The immersion factor makes the game look much better in virtual reality than in desktop mode, so make sure you have a headset if you decide to pick this game up.
Presentation: Experience & Interface
A ‘girlfriend experience’ vibe is persistent throughout both of the game’s modes. Along with the controller based interaction systems, this allows for a relatively unique experience. After creating your character, you can get super creative with the customization options. The game has been undergoing active development lately, so we probably don’t need to worry about a content shortage.
The interface is decent but polished. Don’t get me wrong, there are a few pesky bugs here and there, but none of them are game-breaking or too much of a nuisance and this is all expected for a game under development.
If you’re looking for a different experience, then give this game a shot. It’s brimming with ambition, and that makes up for some of its graphical shortcomings. Ultimately, the game’s success will depend on where the developers decide to take it from here. The story mode is short and free mode is somewhat limited, but as a package that’s consistently receiving updates, the game is worth keeping on your radar.
The future looks very promising if the developers behind VRLove continue to make progress.