Cities: VR, Episode 1, Quest Gameplay, First Impressions, First 30 Minutes of Gameplay.

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18 thoughts on “Youtube video -Cities: VR – Quest Gameplay, First Impressions”
  1. I wonder if someone can help me I messed up my little cities game n want to start over, how do I do that. I I allready bulldozed too much stuff by accident n now have no way to make money?

  2. I got confused with my first try. I think they need a better tutorial to simplify it. A lot of people will bypass an app if they can’t figure out how to use it with ease.

  3. Are you finding some good VR Metaverse game? I think Zombie World Z is not bad. Just only need 30-1 hour everyday to play, but ROI still good with 2-30 days to recovery investment. The potential is metaverse mode will release soon too.

  4. It's so funny to see someone who has never played a citybuilder try it for the first time 🤣
    It's weird to see how much things I take for granted and assume everyone knows when it's not fair to expect that from a new player.
    Don't worry though, it should get better the longer you play and figure things out, it's part of the fun.
    Those controls really do need to change, that flicking thing is just horrible

  5. I am not bashing the game but I will let you know do not overestimate what you think the game has. It's literally like when City skylines first came out and had all of the basic amenities and parks and buildings. You have one square you can't buy additional zones, you don't have unique buildings or special DLC type items, you can't rename streets, you can't have the little zoned off areas you can specialize as Leisure and Commercial, you don't even get taxis & airports. It's not really a "first person view" in the game… you just Glide around at street level through buildings and stuff.

    Overall, if I was new to VR & I paid the $27 I would be upset, but from my experiences I think that they will continue to update the game and eventually add things from the city skylines console version that we loved

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