- Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment
- Release Date: Oct 10, 2016
- Summary: The London Heist -Immerse yourself in London's gritty criminal underworld as you step into the shoes of an east-end gangster. Relive the dramatic heist shootout and survive a high speed getaway. Ocean Descent -Descend through the breath-taking layers of the ocean as a rookie diver andThe London Heist -Immerse yourself in London's gritty criminal underworld as you step into the shoes of an east-end gangster. Relive the dramatic heist shootout and survive a high speed getaway. Ocean Descent -Descend through the breath-taking layers of the ocean as a rookie diver and experience the incredible marine life all around you. VR Luge-Feel the exhilaration of an illegal street race down perilous roads as you lay inches off the ground on your luge board. Scavengers Odyssey -Board your dynamic all-terrain alien craft, explore a treacherous nebula and attempt to recover a highly coveted, ancient artefact. Danger Ball-Enter THE competitive sporting event of the future where victory is everything. Master your skills, destroy your rivals and survive to win the tournament. Win or be destroyed.… Expand
Playstation Official Magazine AustraliaNov 27, 2016Thankfully, PlayStation VR Worlds is a crowd-pleaser solution. It’s essentially the Wii Sports of Sony’s PS VR. [Christmas 2016, p73]
Oct 18, 2016PlayStation VR Worlds is the best way to try every little aspect of the PlayStation VR headset. London Heist and Scavengers Odyssey are both amazing experiences to play however they are both very short and they had a lot of potential to be a full game. A very immersive title full of surprises but a bit too expensive to begin with Virtual Reality.
Oct 5, 2016A game with really high highs and really low lows. Ocean Descent and The London Heist are great introductory VR experiences that I think everyone should try, whether they're into games or not. Their biggest downfall is that they're both really short. Scavenger Odyssey, on the other hand, just made me motion sick. Overall, its a collection of novel but insubstantial tech demos.
Oct 10, 2016PlayStation VR Worlds offers 5 different VR games that let us see what will be coming soon, thanks to VR, but all of them are frustrating for different reasons. The London Heist and Scavenger's Odyssey are very nice experiences that are really too short, VR Luge offers good speed sensations but is quickly boring, Danger Ball is a fun VR Pong without multiplayer, and Ocean Descent offers no interactions at all.
Edge MagazineDec 14, 2016It's difficult to recommend as a standalone purchase. [Christmas 2016, p.122]
Oct 8, 2016For all intents and purposes, it is PSVR’s official demo – Sony just wants to ensure it makes some extra money off the thing. Not exactly a great look, kicking PSVR off with something so nakedly cynical, but that’s business for you...Worlds includes five games, barely any of which are worth playing more than once, and only one of which I genuinely enjoyed
Oct 18, 2016Is it perfect? No. But it is essential, and is currently the best polished, most varied, and easiest entry point for the uninitiated.
OnceIs it perfect? No. But it is essential, and is currently the best polished, most varied, and easiest entry point for the uninitiated.
Once again, enthusiast media and "hardcore" gamers completely miss the point. VR Worlds, along with the free download 'Playroom VR', is an essential PSVR title. This collection of experiences is the easiest entry point for VR, starting with 'Ocean Descent', a visor-only descent to the ocean floor that at once allows players to acclimate and be amazed to the power of VR immersion. Danger Ball is essentially VR Pong, also visor-only, and allows players to try out 'gaze' style gameplay like that featured in Rez and Rigs.
London Heist is an incredible piece, showing of mature action themes and showing off the Move technology in a virtual 3D space. Certainly the most "game-ass game" of the lot, it also allows people to see their threshold for more intense and stressful scenarios like Until Dawn and the upcoming RE7, and even Batman VR which, while not action-oriented, is very intense by being in close proximity of not so nice human characters. Maybe it will turn players on to more adventure style games like the Assembly and Loading Human, or Shooting Galleries like Brookhaven and Ace Banana.
Scavenger Odyssey is the most motion based game, and will definitely test you ability to handle locomotion as seen in games like Rigs, Battlezone, and EVE Valkyrie. It is intense, but for those who can handle it, again, shows off a lot of potential and can guide your interests in the future.
I haven't played Street Luge.
Basically, for anyone who wants to try PSVR, THIS is the game. You will likely play through it once and get an idea for what you WANT and what you can TOLERATE in VR, but will break it out every time someone else wants to see what VR is all about, and then go from there. This and Playroom VR are the Wii Sports" for VR, so I feel that rating this anything less than a 10 (essential, not perfect) is short-sighted and irresponsible.… Expand
Sep 30, 2018A great benchmark game to get you initiated into the PSVR. All the games were fun, albeit short.
I found the London Heist to re-playableA great benchmark game to get you initiated into the PSVR. All the games were fun, albeit short.
I found the London Heist to re-playable with its unique trophy systems such as not flinching when Frank is interrogating you.… Expand
Oct 17, 2016It's basically a demo disc, but that's fine.. so I'm giving it a hard 8. The presentation on this thing is GORGEOUS, so let's not overlookIt's basically a demo disc, but that's fine.. so I'm giving it a hard 8. The presentation on this thing is GORGEOUS, so let's not overlook that for the lack of games available. The Ocean Dive is probably one of the coolest experiences you have on this disc, absolute immersion with the earbuds and does created a great escape. The Luge VR is pretty cool as well but the graphics do tend to look a bit choppy, to be expected with first-gen VR hardware. These are my favorites but the rest of the titles are all on the brink of just being demos with really cool features.… Expand
Nov 2, 2016Graphics: 5 to 8 Sound: 8.5 Gameplay: 7.2 Fun/Story: 5-8
A sort of demos and experiences to feel VR. Diving section and London Heist areGraphics: 5 to 8 Sound: 8.5 Gameplay: 7.2 Fun/Story: 5-8
A sort of demos and experiences to feel VR. Diving section and London Heist are impressive, with nice graphics and a total immersion experience. The others are poor experiences specially VR Luge with its very low resolution.… Expand
Jun 5, 2018I'll do this a title at a time:
London Heist: Easily the best game on the disc. The story actually took me a few times to complete allI'll do this a title at a time:
Easily the best game on the disc. The story actually took me a few times to complete all the way. I kept getting killed in parts and it took me a few tries to get it down. You then have the shooting range after that you can practice on. You can even get ranked against others across the globe. The game was fun, though short. I didn't even mind being on rails for this one, and I usually hate that.
This one was pretty fun and it left me wanting more. The controls were pretty good and piloting the mech was nice. The environment was great. Be prepared though. This one was nausea inducing for me. I closed my eyes during the transition jumps from area to area.
It was a good showcase of what VR could bring. Being able to go down and look into the ocean as you descend was pretty neat. Being able to go on different dives would have been nice. The story descent was fun and is a good experience to set someone on that doesn't know what is awaiting them at the bottom.
It was aweful. Lots of clipping into the luge and the controls weren't all that great. I don't know if it was a tracking issue or something in the game itself but it seemed as though the luge either didn't want to turn or it would turn wildly. There seemed to be no in between. I completed 2 courses and that was it. I had no motivation to do any more.
This one was kind of entertaining. The game tracks your head movement to move your paddle and you play essentially VR pong. The enemies have different abilities that can cause the ball to do different things, which adds to the difficulty of the game. They're also never in the same order play through to play through. I only ended up getting to the 5th opponent. This would probably be even more fun online against someone else.
Overall it's a decent showcase of the VR play and world. It is more of a demo disc than anything though. If you can pick it up for around 10 - 15$, do it.… Expand
May 22, 2018PS Worlds is worth checking out on a sale. London Heist: 8/10 and Ocean Descent: 7/10 are fun to experience and pretty immersive. LondonPS Worlds is worth checking out on a sale. London Heist: 8/10 and Ocean Descent: 7/10 are fun to experience and pretty immersive. London Heist is the star of the collection and it's target practice mode also has some decent, fun replay-ability. Danger Ball is fun, but I can see it getting old after awhile: 7/10. Scavenger Odyssey and Luge are cool to check out a few times, but forgettable after that: 6/10 Overall Score: 6/10… Expand
Aug 15, 2019Terrible game. I bought this so called game in hopes that I would get a great vr experience that could show what Sony can do. Instead I got anTerrible game. I bought this so called game in hopes that I would get a great vr experience that could show what Sony can do. Instead I got an experience that had awful graphics, didn’t immerse me what so ever. 0% gameplay 100% terrible graphics with random long pauses. Please do not buy unless you truly want to waste your money… Expand