Virtual reality is the perfect platform for first-person shooters and thanks to HTC Vive’s incredibly accurate tracking system, testing out your skills as a marksman couldn’t be easier.

Bullet Sorrow VR is a wave shooter that includes the ability to use bullet-time during hectic firefights to slow down the action. There’s a single-player campaign to progress through (as well as a fully fledged multiplayer mode) and whilst it doesn’t top my list of shooting experiences on the Vive, it has kept me entertained.

It feels more like a typical arcade adventure that falls in line with the Time Crisis series and happily enough, there is a demo available to download before you place down your hard-earned cash.

If you enjoy virtual reality shoot ’em ups you could do a lot worse than Bullet Sorrow VR.

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