Dragon Fist: VR Kung Fu Is A Blast
Virtual Reality is still very much luxury, and we know that. However, thanks to the combo of both the Oculus Quest 2, and apps like Airlink and Virtual Desktop that allow you to connect to your PC using the headset wirelessly, it’s slowly becoming more affordable, and easier to manage. One of the coolest games to have come out recently is Dragon Fist: VR Kung Fu.
Dragon Fist is a first-person fighting game where you get to pick a character, and then lead them through battle after increasingly difficult battle. Your attacks come in the form of punches, palm strikes, and finger jabs. Each of these has its own benefit, and striking enemies in specific places can debuff them. For example, if you finger jab someone in the eyes, it’ll impair their vision, and punching someone in the lower ribs will slow their stamina regen. It means you can’t just swing wildly and just hope for the best, at least not as things get trickier.
Along with that, there are a bunch of characters to choose from too. Each character has their own strengths and weaknesses and special moves too. It’s a lot of fun figuring out which characters will best suit your own preferred fighting style. My only issue is that the game can’t always keep up with my movements, but that’s a general VR problem rather than one unique to Dragon Fist. However, it’s still a huge amount of fun, and also offers a pretty cool workout as well.