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Beat Saber Review: Don't think, just buy it


I haven’t been so addicted to a game in a long time.

Beat Saber is basically a Class 1 level drug that still hasn’t even had the ability to get old. Every song, every swing, and every combo feels like perfection.

If you don’t have a VR headset and have been on the fence about buying, then this is a system seller.

The soundtrack in Beat Saber is exceptional. Most tracks are addicting to play, and there is only a song or two that feel weaker than the others.

One weakness Beat Saber holds, is the shortness of its soundtrack. There are only 10 songs included in Beat Saber at launch, and for the price of $20 it feels a little pricey.

But don’t hesitate because of the price as there are easy to implement mods for Beat Saber to add in community created tracks as well as mods to help you create your own. (Mods will not be taken in account in the final score of the game)

Graphically beat saber is simple. It gives off the typical Tron vibe and

uses only red and blue neon lights with a dark black and grey background. While it is simple it aids in performance, and the game can run well on a Vive on a system using as low as a 1050ti.

This is hands down the best VR game I’ve played to date.

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