Demeo is a fantastic dungeon-crawler, and a perfect addition to the PSVR2 library. Demonstrating a visual clarity not seen on any other platform, the PlayStation VR2 version is the best possible platform. This is an easy recommendation and a must-have for any PSVR2 owner.
Whether you have a group of friends to play with or feel like conquering the campaigns alone, you’ll have a blast no matter what. Demeo is easy to pick up and difficult to master, although it should be noted that the social space Heroes Hangout is inexplicably absent from this version. Nevertheless, it has a slew of content, a fun and strategic gameplay loop, stunning visual detail, and superb virtually reality implementation that all help to create a fully immersive tabletop title like no other.
Demeo is a delightful alternative to the mechanically engrossing (albeit burdensome) tabletop RPGs and board games to which it lovingly pays homage. It might not offer the same width or depth as a true RPG, and it may not satisfy a pen-and-paper purist’s love of creating and growing with their own heroes, but it’s such an enjoyably compact yet intelligently riveting experience that, if you can get past its occasional bugs, Demeo is a great introductory game for anyone who’s interested in seeing what D&D or VR is about.
This one's a real highlight: Demeo is the VR version of a fictional and extremely stylish board game ... The nice thing is that you view the action like a gaming table from above, but you can rotate the view at any time, "lean" centrally over the playing field - and zoom so far into the action that you feel like you're in a classic computer role-playing game. This transition from being far away to almost being in the middle of it all is amazingly cool.
Demeo is a virtual reality experience resembling a lot what sci-fi has promised us where an activity you could do in real life is perfectly recreated virtually, in this case is a well thought mixture of Dungeons and Dragons and Magic The Gathering.