Generally unfavorable reviews - based on 39 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 39
  2. Negative: 21 out of 39
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  1. Mar 6, 2018
    ​A good action game with a bit of tactical elements: if you love the shooter genre you'll surely enjoy playing Bravo Team.​
  2. Mar 5, 2018
    Bravo Team is thrilling and immersive thanks to the PSVR and Aim Controller combination, but tactical elements are not well executed, and swapping between first person and third person camera breaks the shooting rythm. One of the best-looking VR games for PS4.
  3. Mar 9, 2018
    Bravo Team is a halfway decent VR game with immersive shooting experience. However, the weak performance of PSVR drags down my evaluation of this game, and there are also too many bugs within it. Maybe we can say, it's still not the best time for VR.
  4. Mar 6, 2018
    Unfortunately, the very short duration of the main mission, a general monotony and a clear lack of content clipped the wings of Bravo Team. With a more articulated campaign, a few more enemies and a handful of additional weapons, it could have been much better.
  5. Mar 6, 2018
    Bravo Team is a good game that manages to recreate the feeling of collaborative shooters from the old days.
  6. Mar 5, 2018
    Bravo Team delivers some solid VR shooter action with few highlights and little content.
  7. Mar 9, 2018
    Bravo Team is a real disappointment due to several issues that hurts the playability and game value.
  8. Mar 6, 2018
    Got an Aim controller? You might want to look at Bravo Team. It’s a horribly flawed but fun lightgun blaster with some cool co-op cover shooter twists.
  9. Mar 5, 2018
    Supermassive Games delivers an unimpressive on-rail shooter with some light co-op tactical features.
  10. Mar 7, 2018
    If you like FPS and want to make the most of your Aim Controller, Bravo Team can be a good option. Other than that, it lacks ambition and a more elaborated gameplay.
  11. Mar 17, 2018
    Shallow and empty with nothing to keep you interested.
  12. Mar 8, 2018
    A failed attempt to portray the action of an FPS on VR. Bravo Team lacks sufficient variety and polish to be a real contender in the genre.
  13. Mar 7, 2018
    Bravo Team has many limits: it contains few good ideas and a lot of problems. A game with no personality.
  14. Mar 27, 2018
    As cool as a concept a Time Crisis-esque shooter in VR would be, Bravo Team unfortunately fails to live up to expectations.
  15. Playstation Official Magazine UK
    May 9, 2018
    We're going to have to wait a little longer for a true VR Time Crisis. [May 2018, p.92]
  16. Mar 26, 2018
    Bravo Team’s tactical combat is a good fit for virtual reality, and it’s exciting peeking out of cover in order to take pot shots. But for a title focused squarely on its action, the shooting rarely feels satisfying – even when you’re armed with the excellent PSVR Aim Controller. Though the visuals are never outstanding, we like the way the title takes you on a continuous journey through a war-torn city, but limited variety means the release shows its hand within its first few minutes. And, frankly, not even online co-op will help you to care for the fate of the titular team.
  17. Mar 7, 2018
    Bravo Team is a cover-based shooting gallery wrapped in a paper thin narrative. You can only kill so many faceless baddies before things become dull, and the game's limited number of weapons do little to mix up the monotony. It's nice to have another cooperative option on PSVR (and with PSVR Aim support to boot), but with the game's diminutive length and minimal allure of replayability, it'll be a one and done playthrough for many.
  18. Mar 5, 2018
    When Bravo Team was announced at E3 last year it looked like an exciting, tactical shooter that would let players navigate environments in cooperative multiplayer. It more or less looked like the PSVR’s very own Onward or Rainbow Six. In reality it’s just another wave shooter, even if it uses a nifty gun controller. If you’re waiting on a more fully-featured shooter for PSVR, then keep an eye on Firewall: Zero Hour instead.
  19. Jun 23, 2018
    People scream for help. Bodies hit the ground. Guns cool down. Bravo Team provides good shooting sensations with the Aim Controller but struggles to build a fun adventure based on its concept.
  20. Mar 12, 2018
    A shooter with a lot of potential which turns out to be a soulless, repetitive and boring husk of a game. Graphically it looks alright and shooting stuff up is fun for a while but you'll soon be thinking about better things you could have been doing instead. The immersion is completely broken due to not being able to move around freely. While conceptually a great idea, Bravo Team's execution falls short and that is a shame.
  21. games(TM)
    Apr 20, 2018
    An overpriced, underdeveloped disappointment. [Issue#199, p.79]
  22. Apr 6, 2018
    After the polish and fun of Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, it’s hard to believe this company let such a barely baked like Bravo Team out the door.
  23. Mar 23, 2018
    Bravo Team is sadly a dud that offers a mediocre experience for the PlayStation VR, Way too short, and littered with problems, the idiotic gameplay makes everything very tedious, quickly shaving our enjoyment.
  24. Mar 17, 2018
    It seems that after a continuous flow of releases Supermassive Games has run out of juice. Bravo Team is more or less a “broken” game, an idea that really does not work on any degree and probably the worst 1st party game for the PSVR to date.
  25. Mar 16, 2018
    Supermassive needs a break. Bravo Team wastes all the possibilities of the Aim controller and breaks the entire spell of virtual reality. What a disappointment.
  26. Mar 14, 2018
    Bravo Team slogs on, stranding you in huge spaces, throwing wave after wave of cannon fodder your way, making its short play time feel hours longer that it actually is. Bravo Team is a game that feels unsure and tentative about ideas that have been tried and tested for years now, even in VR.
  27. Mar 9, 2018
    Bravo Team nearly does the job as a VR shooter, with good controls (Aim Controller compatible) and online coop gameplay, but for all the rest it is really boring. This game is a poor cliché of shooting games, with no soul and no ideas. Very far from what Farpoint did last year.
  28. 40
    As a demo, it actually works; when I played it for ten minutes in a controlled environment last year, I came away quite impressed with it. But those first ten minutes are Bravo Team's limit, and Sony should have realised this and pulled the plug on the project as a commercial game a long time ago.
  29. Mar 6, 2018
    Bravo Team embodies some of the worst traits in a VR game. It’s lackluster gameplay and stale shooting never take full advantage of VR as a medium, and stumble across all the worst hardware pitfalls PSVR has to wrangle with. It’s a mercifully short experience that doesn’t justify the price, especially when better games that fundamentally understand VR hardware exist already.
  30. Mar 14, 2018
    Bravo Team is fairly enjoyable at the start but it quickly devolves into a repetitive and mindless shooter that unfortunately doesn't even live up to the classic light gun games of the mid-'90s.
  31. Mar 13, 2018
    This is one of the weakest shooting galleries for Sony’s VR system. Faced with technical problems throughout only the coop-option with another player shows occasional potential.
  32. Mar 12, 2018
    The best I could say for Bravo Team is that it existed, seemed to work, did not make me physically ill to play (more than I can say for some categorically better-designed titles, honestly), and was done with before could I grew genuinely resentful. Beyond that, it's a completely perfunctory title that is otherwise unworthy of the studio producing it.
  33. 35
    A poor PSVR shooter, given the pedigree behind its development Bravo Team, should have been much better. As it is, there are much better alternatives worthy of your cash and attention.
  34. Mar 16, 2018
    Bravo Team is a very repetitive game that is so annoying in controls that we cannot be very positive about it. It sounds bland and that is exactly what it is.
  35. Mar 16, 2018
    It's such a shame that Bravo Team is bad because Supermassive has made some great games, but this is by far the worst.
  36. Mar 5, 2018
    Bravo Team adds nothing to the VR shooter scene and it’s somewhat baffling to see Sony pushing the game so hard considering how it has turned out. If you were considering paying top dollar for that tempting Aim Controller bundle then don’t.
  37. 25
    Bravo Team’s third-person camera movement system snatches control away from the player far too much, creating a jarring and unfriendly experience. I’m still baffled at why this was thought to be a good idea after numerous play tests. Movement is just the peak of myriad problems in Bravo Team, including tracking issues, AI goofs, and just plain bad and boring game design.
  38. 20
    A shockingly poor attempt to make a VR military shooter, that barely seems to work in any aspect and unwittingly exposes just how limited VR gaming can be.
  39. Mar 5, 2018
    It’s poorly made and is, hands down, the worst game I’ve ever played. The fact that the end credits didn’t include a personal apology because you simply made it to ’em is astonishing.
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  1. Mar 5, 2018
    A shooter that earns its place alongside Rogue Warrior, Turning Point and Hour of Victory as one of the very worst games you could play. [Avoid]
User Score

Generally unfavorable reviews- based on 58 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 19 out of 58
  2. Negative: 28 out of 58
  1. Mar 11, 2018
    Don’t listen to this mitcher78 guy...he‘s just hating on PSVR. In the last few weeks there have been many great PSVR games like Moss ( best VRDon’t listen to this mitcher78 guy...he‘s just hating on PSVR. In the last few weeks there have been many great PSVR games like Moss ( best VR game to date), Apex Construct and Sprint Vector. Wipeout VR is around the corner and there will be over 100 PSVR games releasing this year.
    Bravo Team is a very mediocre game for sure, but there are more than enough great games to male ip for this. PSVR is on a roll lately and far from’s just getting started.
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  2. Mar 7, 2018
    To make a long story short, please skip this. This may be the depths of the PSVR right now. Just purchase Farpoint or Arizona Sunshine or keepTo make a long story short, please skip this. This may be the depths of the PSVR right now. Just purchase Farpoint or Arizona Sunshine or keep patient for Firewall: Zero Hour. Full Review »
  3. Mar 7, 2018
    This is, probably, the tomb of PSVR. There is nothing interesting in the horizon. Maybe Blood & Truth, but it could be another disappointment.This is, probably, the tomb of PSVR. There is nothing interesting in the horizon. Maybe Blood & Truth, but it could be another disappointment. Great companies do not want to risk on this technology. And Sony is making things like this Bravo Team, or The Inpatient: absolutely mediocre titles.

    Bravo Team was ugly in E3 and is not better now, even if it was delayed from december 2017 to march 2018. It is boring, repetitive, it has no bosses, no variety, it is full of bugs (there is no even a launch day patch!), graphics are very poor, there is not any music... I could continue, but please do a favor to yourself and avoid this game.
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