When I got my first Oculus Rift, I was excited to finally play games.
But when I tried out a handful of VR titles, I soon realized that they all lacked a certain charm.
And, even more frustratingly, I didn’t know what to make of some of the experiences.
Exer was born out of that frustration.
The first time I tried Exer, it was with a PlayStation VR headset.
It was an absolute blast.
The graphics looked incredible, and I was immediately hooked.
I’m not the most advanced VR user, but it was a great experience nonetheless.
I also learned that VR has a lot of flaws.
You need to get up close to objects to be able to actually see them, and there are times when it can feel a little too comfortable.
This was especially the case when it came to driving around, which was a little frustrating, as you needed to keep your eyes focused on the road.
Eventually, I moved on to Oculus Home, a version of Exer that comes with a much nicer design, and now the game is on my list of favorite VR games.
But what really drew me to Exer came not so much the visuals as the gameplay.
Exers goal is to get cars on the highway so they can go places faster.
As you get more cars, you’ll unlock more tracks, and that’ll give you a greater amount of space to drive around.
If you can make it to every single track, you can speed up your car’s time, and if you can do it all in VR, it feels much faster.
The cars are so detailed that it feels like you’re racing against time.
Even though I only got the opportunity to drive one track with Exer (which took me a few tries to figure out), it still feels like an absolute rush to get a car going.
There are some things that Exer has in common with many other VR titles: It’s all in the head.
The first thing you see in VR is a white wall with a big red dot on it, and when you press the right button in the game, the wall goes away.
Exercising the controls will allow you to change the direction and speed of your car.
Exinger has this “drive on the wall” mechanic that feels like it was designed to be as realistic as possible.
It’s possible to get stuck in traffic, and your car won’t start, but you can easily switch to another track and the car will start going in the direction you want it to.
This mechanic works really well, as it lets you feel like you are actually driving the car in VR.
If the car starts to stall or slow down, you don’t need to worry too much.
However, it can also be frustrating when the car is stuck in a slow lane and you want to slow down.
Exes controls are simple enough that it’s not necessary to be really skilled at the controls.
This is a game that is not really geared towards the player who wants to be a professional driver, but the controls do a good job of making the driving experience feel realistic.
In addition to the racing and driving, there are a lot more activities to explore in Exer.
You can build and craft buildings to build out your car, which you can then put in your garage.
You will also get to use the parkour system to traverse the map, but I found it to be rather frustrating.
I didn’ want to spend too much time climbing or jumping over things, and it was always a challenge to get to the other side of a building.
There are also the collectibles that you can find around the world that you need to collect to unlock new cars and tracks.
This could be useful if you want a new car, but can’t afford the cars you want.
The best way to unlock cars is to complete each track.
If your car has a really high score, you get to drive on that track, and you’ll get a bonus.
But the best way is to collect the cars.
There is a lot going on in the world, and the cars and track you build will make up for that in terms of time.
The other thing that makes Exer a good VR game is that it doesn’t feel as cheap as some other VR games, especially if you get into the VR ecosystem.
There’s no VR storefront, so you can’t buy games, or buy cars, or download games.
The game also doesn’t come with a standard PC setup, so it’ll need a separate, custom setup if you intend to use it for games or a VR experience.
Exr is also free to download, and comes with no ads.
This is a major advantage in Exercises best-seller category.
It doesn’t matter if you have an expensive PC, or if you just want to play Exer and have fun.
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