Intro: Experience music as never before as you bash, slice, and throw your laser disc in time to the beat! Beatron 2000 is the hot new rhythm game for Oculus Go. Try your hand at four difficulty levels for every song, all with hand-placed targets for maximum fun. Can you win a gold star on every one? The initial release includes ten licensed songs from upcoming talent like Katrina Stone, Ian Post, and Justin Slaughter. You can easily add third-party songs to the game, and even code your own songs using our free beat editor for Windows and Mac (available separately). Future updates will add more built-in songs, plus global leaderboards and more. Start slashing those beats today!
Comfort Level: Gentle
Internet connection: Not Required
Number of Players: Single Player
Space required: 378.6 MB
Supported Controllers: Oculus Go Controller
Age Rating: PG
Price: £5.99 ($7)
Movement: Forward facing only
Playing Position: Sitting
Review: Beatron 2000 is yet another Beat Saber style game on the Oculus Go (they seem to be coming out in droves these days!) and on paper it seems like a good idea. Using a Tron style throwing disc to hit the notes with its edge and use its top and bottoms to bash notes down. While the beats are in time and you enjoy the song that is playing this is a great game and feels fun to play. But that is not always the case at all. Sadly most of the inbuilt songs are slow and lame (apparently you can set up your own songs but I am not sure how and there weren't any options in the game itself) which leaves the game feeling overpriced when compared to some of the other games released recently in the same genre. The good news is this game has a lot of potential, maybe more potential than many of the other games in the same category. But that potential is sadly not realised fully yet.