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  • Summary: Are you ready, Robin?

    Experience a living, breathing world with your own eyes using the power of PlayStation VR and keep all your senses finely tuned to stay alive in the natural habitat of enormous prehistoric lizards. See this new environment through the eyes of Robin, a young boy
    Are you ready, Robin?

    Experience a living, breathing world with your own eyes using the power of PlayStation VR and keep all your senses finely tuned to stay alive in the natural habitat of enormous prehistoric lizards.

    See this new environment through the eyes of Robin, a young boy who has crash-landed on a mysterious planet where the Jurassic era envelops the entire world. Uncover the secrets of Robins incredible surroundings in an emotionally charged storyline and explore the unknown lands alongside a robotic assistant who flies with you at every step of the journey.

    Interact with the terrain, foliage and creatures youll encounter, from harmless herbivores to terrifying, immense apex predators and experience the intense realism brought to the VR headset by the power of CryEngine.
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Robinson: The Journey Announcement Trailer - Paris Games Week 2015
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  1. Feb 19, 2017
    71
    Atmospheric dino-adventure with great visuals, but a minuscule amount of content and a story without depth.
  2. Feb 17, 2017
    65
    Visually Robinson proves again, how beautiful and immersive a VR adventure can be – on a potent PC it looks plainly awesome. Unfortunately the exploration and puzzles can’t live up to this.
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  1. Jul 28, 2018
    10
    This is a truly beautiful game, and most of all this game may be considered an adventure game - it does in some aspects remind me of the PCThis is a truly beautiful game, and most of all this game may be considered an adventure game - it does in some aspects remind me of the PC game Trespasser. Touch controls are implemened and you can grab some objects and climb - well, mostly like in Crytek's other VR game The Climb ;-) But it is cumbersome to grab ledges and pull yourself up - I've died MANY times, but with a lot of practice you'll learn to manage. Adding pieces to fix a broken windmill using Touch got my blood pressure sky high. So Touch controls are often bad - and you'll sweat and swear a lot. And you'll need TONS of patience (like "oh, well, I died again, oh my, but let's keep smiling and try for the 15th time"). Apart for some - occassionally - massive control frustration the game is a great expericence. Life is everywhere from the smallest insects in the air and on the ground to the largest dinos ever known; I've never seen a game world with such a massive amount of living organisms before. This is truly Jurassic World, and it really feels like being there - don't buy Ark Park or The Climb, you'll get it all in this game! ;-) You don't feel much alone thanks to the two AIs, your guide-bot and your pet baby t-rex. If I was a teenager again, to play this game I'd happily simulate a stomach pain to stay home from school - it's that good, but not right from the beginning. Don't give up on this game and get a refund before you've at least visited the Jungle and fixed the Farm. In many ways the graphics - although textures aren't always sharp - are just as impressive as Lone Echo. I'm running the game using highest settings for graphics including super sampling at 2.0 - ok, I did use normal antialiasing, temporal antialiasing looked too blurry. No matter the antialiasing I did not notice any frame dropping on an oc'ed GTX 1080 with i7 7700K and 16GB 3200 Mhz ram. If this game had Touch controls implemented like in Lone Echo (and I want arms, not just hands! :-) this game would deserve a score higher than 10 - seriously :-) Expand
  2. Nov 22, 2018
    8
    Красивая ВР игра от Крайтек. Графика и звук приятные, геймплей очень медленный.