Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-ality | Review
Fill the short-lived shoes of a Morty clone and interact with the back world of Rick and Morty. If you’re a fan of the show then I highly recommend picking this up.
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I’ve followed the wacky adventures of Rick and Morty for several years now, but not once did l ever imagine visiting its world in person. Thankfully, the rise of virtual reality headsets has opened up unforeseen possibilities when it comes to visiting the realm of my favourite cartoon characters.

As you can probably tell by the title of this article, Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality places you in the short-lived shoes of a Morty clone. Through this perfect perspective you get to solve a number of puzzles and generally lend a helping hand to the mad scientist himself, Rick Sanchez. The game has been developed by the same studio that made Job Simulator (Owlchemy Labs) and as a result Rick-ality presents an incredibly interactive environment. For a majority of the game you’re situated in Rick’s garage lab and it’s littered with references for fans to pick up on.

Overall, it’s a brilliant experience that perfectly translates the shows humour. That said, at its current price of £22.99 it’s a touch expensive for a couple of hours of gameplay, however, I have no hesitation highly recommending this to fans of the show. The game is available now on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.

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Joshua Ball
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Meet Josh. As the head of Start Replay his overall objective is to keep things moving. Alongside ensuring that content is made on a regular basis, Josh loves attending and organising the many press events and expos that crop up. His favourite video games consist of the Arkham series and Metal Gear Solid, but there’s always room for a bit of horror. Follow Josh’s sparse tweets on Twitter or, alternatively, be sure to catch him in the crowd of the next big gaming event.

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