Accounting+ is a short, sweet, and hilarious PlayStation VR game. From developer Crows Crows Crows, as well as writing and acting from Rick and Morty creator Justin Roiland, the game has a specific type of humor about itself that not everyone will appreciate. The art style would definitely suggest that it’s a kids game, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Gameplay wise, it plays solid. It’s fairly flexible on control options, allowing you to use either a DualShock 4, a single Move controller, or my preferred way to play, dual Move controllers. Face and hand tracking sometimes left a little to be desired, but most of the time it worked well enough. One issue I had on different occasions is it wasn’t always clear on what to do to progress the level. One level, in a van going down the highway being chased by police, I was stuck for around fifteen minutes, not knowing I had to open the side window. Though I didn’t have this issue often enough to detract from my experience.
Visuals on PSVR games have been very hit or miss. Accounting was one of the cleaner experiences I’ve had. Which is in no small part to the cartoony art style.
Overall Accounting+ is one of the more fun games I’ve played in VR. It’s not groundbreaking, but an entertaining experience nonetheless. It goes for $11.99 on the PlayStation store, but I’d recommend waiting on a sale for sub $10.
Crows Crows Crows did provide a code of the game for review.
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