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  • Summary: Brave dream of VR gaming. Grappling hooks, wacky humor, spatial stunts, motion sickness countermeasures, Dieselpunk adventure, space acrobatics, and out-of-the-box puzzles. Yupitergrad has it ALL.

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  1. Feb 19, 2021
    80
    The gameplay in Yupitergrad makes up for the shortcomings, as the swinging action will keep you hooked. Thanks to a pretty robust main story and the added bonus of Time Attack challenges, it will hook you in for longer than most VR titles. This is a slick title optimized for VR’s unique movement requirements, and it offers lots of fun Spider Man-style content for not many Rubles. Do your duty for the Motherland and check Yupitergrad out.
  2. Oct 27, 2020
    70
    Despite all of its faults, Yupitergrad skates by on how perfectly it nails the feeling of essentially being Spider-Man in VR. There’s room to improve the formula with stronger writing and more varied environments, and perhaps someday Yupitergrad will feel outdated. For now, though, it provides a very specific kind of fix, and one that I imagine nearly every owner of a VR headset is itching for.
  3. Apr 7, 2021
    70
    Yupitergrad is a game that's perfectly designed for VR and is a great way of tricking yourself into some physical activity. The story is charming fluff and the sense of place is really well managed too, so if you're up for the challenge and fancy the idea of swinging through the air like a Russian Spider-man plumber, then this is one VR title that you should take the plunge(r) on. [Oculus Quest]
  4. Feb 2, 2021
    65
    Yupitergrad is a well-made game that I simply didn’t enjoy very much. The suction-cup based line swinging works great and is a lot of fun on its own. But trying to get through difficult sections with any sort of precision can be very challenging. For the strong-willed and strong-stomached only.
  5. Oct 8, 2020
    60
    What you see is what you get with Gamedust’s latest VR experience and that’s no bad thing. From the aesthetics to the locomotion, Yupitergrad is a nicely crafted VR game which was thrilling to play at points. The light humour gives it character few VR titles achieve, nicely offsetting those moments of frustration. It would’ve been nice if there was a bit more because Slavic Spider-Man deserves it.
  6. Jan 29, 2021
    60
    At its heart, Yupitergrad’s brand of VR vaulting offers a clean and thrilling sensation, but its obstacle courses can frustrate as much as they do entertain. It’s not a game to master so much as it is to survive as you subject yourself to the mercy of its gauntlet and the finicky arsenal that helps you navigate it. Take it short strides, keep your patience and there’s fun to be had with Yupitergrad. It just gets strung up by its own plungers from time-to-time.
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  1. Positive: 5 out of 5
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  1. Mar 2, 2021
    10
    Same quality as Beat Saber, Alyx, Gorn or The Room. Highest tier of VR game.
  2. Mar 25, 2021
    9
    Great VR game. It can take a bit to get used to the movement mechanics, but once it clicks you'll have a blast zipping through levels. The artGreat VR game. It can take a bit to get used to the movement mechanics, but once it clicks you'll have a blast zipping through levels. The art style is very unique. The soundtrack is also great, but feels like it can be a bit in the background. It is on the shorter side, like most VR games, but the smaller price tag makes it easier to stomach. Be sure to play the time trials when you beat the campaign, will add some more time onto it. Expand
  3. Mar 28, 2021
    9
    One of biggest problems about VR games is most of the time - their leigh. Its all fun but then you realize you paid 20-30 bucks for 1-2h ofOne of biggest problems about VR games is most of the time - their leigh. Its all fun but then you realize you paid 20-30 bucks for 1-2h of entertainment. And this kind a sucks. Yupitergrad in the other hand provides you with hours upon hours of gameplay and the developers keep adding new free stuff into the main game free of charge. Easily one of the best VR games on the market. Bravo! Expand
  4. Mar 31, 2021
    9
    Disclaimer: I've finished the whole mainstory/campaign and almost all of the time attack levels.

    Yupitergrad is easily one of the best VR
    Disclaimer: I've finished the whole mainstory/campaign and almost all of the time attack levels.

    Yupitergrad is easily one of the best VR games I played since I got my Oculus Quest 2. I mean, you really feel like some sort of soviet spider-man in space lol. Humor, as the developers warns, sure is 'wacky' but never becomes cringe. The acrobatics are surprising well done. I mean, looking at the promotional videos you might think like holy cow I will puke like cat upon playing but in game - its never like that. Sure you can go blazing if you want to - but most of the time you move rather slowly and that swinging feels freaking great and dynamic. Like Pistol Whip without the pistols and much better lol
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  5. Sep 2, 2020
    8
    One of the best VR games out there. Think space Tarzan. Perfect controllers scheme and non-existant motion sickness. Just wish it would be aOne of the best VR games out there. Think space Tarzan. Perfect controllers scheme and non-existant motion sickness. Just wish it would be a bit longer :( Expand