Light Tracer is basically a VR gaming title wherein you, the player, would don the role of God and guide a princess who is experiencing major issues climbing up the huge Tower of Bellbatis. The game is well-crafted and once you start getting a hang of the game, you would want to come back over and over again.
As a player, your objective is to guide a princess up a magical tower that is unconventionally structured. To get this done, you employ a magical staff that could emit a light beam. Upon pulling your controller’s trigger, the princess would follow the light beam path. You could also interact with the surrounding using your controller.
The game doesn’t copy the status quo. It, in fact, tries giving gamers something they would have not conquered before already. The challenge lies in ascertaining ways to control the protagonist without directly controlling her movements.
Precise and Extremely Intuitive
The game is quite intuitive, provided you get accustomed to the precision needed for it. That great amount of precision is required while jumping and moving, making the gameplay quite a challenge. With practice, moving levels and guiding the princess would quickly become second nature.
The graphics and art are beautiful. They are marginally stylized and also a bit cartoony, perfectly suiting the atmosphere and feel of the game. The background music is done well too. It could be a bit repetitive but that doesn’t hurt the gaming experience any bit.