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Bravo Team Reviews (PlayStation 4)

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45 (Mar 17, 2018)
Les visages crient, les corps tombent, Les armes refroidissent. Bravo Team apporte de bonnes sensations de tir à l’Aim Controller, mais il peine à créer une aventure plaisante autour de son concept. Son univers bourré de poncifs peine à intéresser alors que le système de déplacements casse tout le rythme des rencontres. À l’image des zones de couverture à dénicher, le titre de Supermassive Games se heurte à trop d’obstacles pour délivrer une mission recommandable. Les passionnés d’armes qui souhaitent tirer sans se poser trop de questions en compagnie d’un ami peuvent néanmoins tenter la destination.
Digitally Downloaded (Mar 07, 2018)
Sony recently published the finest VR game that we've seen to date in Moss. That game is packed full of soul, creativity, wit and intelligence. It makes me very sad to think that Bravo Team will probably outsell it. And, worse, at a time where VR is still trying to establish its value as a gaming platform, high profile junk like this are only going to hurt it. 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.
Video Chums (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.
35 (Mar 13, 2018)
Schon bei The Inpatient hat sich Supermassive Games nicht unbedingt mit Ruhm bekleckert, konnte aber immerhin noch mit atmosphärischen Momenten punkten. Mit Bravo Team leistet sich das Team hinter VR-Highlights wie Until Dawn: Rush of Blood dagegen keinen bravourösen Auftritt, sondern eher einen Griff ins Klo: Zwar ist der Koop-Gedanke mit einer leichten Prise Taktik durchaus interessant, doch werden die gelungenen Ansätze von einer arg gewöhnungsbedürftigen Spielmechanik, langweiligen Moorhuhn-Gefechten in kleinen Arealen und vielen technischen Problemen zunichte gemacht, die sich von erschreckenden KI-Aussetzern über fummelige Positionsmarkierungen bis hin zu massiven Kalibrierungsproblemen erstrecken. Da kann man fast schon froh sein, dass die Kampagne so schnell vorbei ist. Und für dieses seichte Baller-Häppchen verlangt Sony 40 Euro? Eine Frechheit!
Way Too Many Games (Mar 15, 2018)
I can’t describe the immense disappointment I feel with Supermassive Games having put out Bravo Team. The game feels like they just slapped together an idea with no thought or love behind it. I hate to say it, but this definitely tarnished my view of them creating VR games. If they continue to pursue PSVR titles I hope they take their time and give it some love. Bravo Team will definitely go down as a massive misstep for them and the fact they’re charging $40 for this title is completely shocking. Whatever you do, stay away from this title, spend your $40 on something else.