By moving in specific ways, you can control and manipulate the rock around you. Some movements may pull a rock up from the ground, while other movements can be used to hurl that rock forward. The Gym, your base of operations, is packed with ways for you to learn how to RUMBLE. Explore it fully, and you will find the knowledge you need to become the best of the best. Study the movements, their effects, then learn to combine them to attack your opponents, and defend yourself. Duels in the RUMBLE Arena When you feel like putting your knowledge, skill, and creativity to the test, you can use the Matchmaker to set up a duel in the RUMBLE Arena. Here you are pitted against another fighter, and you get to duke it out until one can fight no longer. By winning fights, you slowly increase your rank. With each rank you gain, you unlock more moves for you to study and incorporate into your fighting style. Test your might by dueling other fighters in the RUMBLE Arena. Win, and you climb the ranks, which rewards you with more moves to master. When I first saw this game, I thought this was just another gesture-based PVP VR game that was destined for failure. However, even though this game is in Early Access, this game is a lot of fun. It is the best gesture-based PVP game that I have ever played. Are the gestures 100% accurate? No. However, if you get your technique down perfectly, you can get them to work the vast majority of the time. I will say that the matchmaking does seem unfair when you go up against somebody with all the moves unlock and who has a lot more experience than you do. You don’t really stand a chance. They can do so much more than you. However, even when you lose, you still earn experience to help you unlock the moves.
For a different experience, you can head to the Park. Contrary to the Arena, up to 6 different fighters can play together simultaneously. You can invite several of your friends to come join you in your own private session, or you could open your Park to anyone that’d like to get in. Train together, play minigames, or host tournaments, what you do in the Park is entirely up to you. Partake in a variety of activities with up to 6 total fighters in the Park! Play with your friends, or make new ones by opening up your Park to everyone. skills to be better, its matchmaking system isnt the best but thats ok, almost every high rank ive gotten into games with has taught me at least 1 trick or move, and they try and train you, i rematched this 1 black belt for about an hour and he taught me so much, plus its a pretty decent workout if you trying to keep up and stressing, all ive had were positive experiences with this game and yeah its not perfect, there is a few tweaks they could work out but damn, its so good now some things that could be worked on is running, im always waving my hands and nothing happens, also sometimes my character crouches and there is no control menu that i can find that shows you how to uncrouch or anything. another thing is the matchmaking, I like how the high ranked people are nice but i would like someone of my same skill level to play with, they might have skill based matchmaking but dont have enough players for the system to work yet so idk but i just know ive only had 1 or 2 games with people of the same level out of like 10-20 games RUMBLE VR 🕹️
The reason behind my positive review on this game is not simply because i like the game, (I do) and although there are many issues with the game that i believe need to be fixed. The positive review is because i hope this game becomes huge, imagine the possibilities of a game like this turning into a genre of vr games, think past just earthbending, what about all kinds of fighting styles like from Animes like Dragonball or in movies. i may be biased with something like dragonball but like imagine the potential. I’m unsure if there are other games like this and if there are please comment them to me i would love to try them. Also, the RUMBLE community is one of the most wholesome & best VR PvP communities that I have ever been a part of. Everybody I have gone against so far, has been very cordial & friendly. Even when you go against a better player, they are more likely to help you out with your technique rather than make your time miserable in the game. Game is running on the Unity Engine. On my RTX 3080, I was getting a steady 90 fps. I did not experience any serious issues or bugs. You do have full locomotion available, along with smooth and snap turning as options. You must play this game standing and you do need enough room to be able to do all the gestures required. I think good lighting & tracking help with the gestures, but I’m not positive on that. The single player mode is almost non-existant. You can go against a bot, but it’s not fun at all. I don’t recommend it. Just join the online multiplayer community as soon as you finish the beginner requirements. I strongly recommend practicing the moves until you have them nailed down because in the heat of battle, you will lose all your technique.
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