Naked VR Dance is a fancy wallpaper with dancing ladies (and possible burn victims.)
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Gameplay?
No, not necessary.
This game was designed to be played with VR hardware. I did not use a VR headset to play and review this game.
Pick your dancers, pick a dance floor, and reconsider your life decisions. You may choose up to three dancers, but once you’ve set the stage you’re only allowed to move the camera in one of three preset angles. There’s no interactivity whatsoever. Naked VR Dance is basically an animated wallpaper. . . that’ll drive your GPU to inhumane temperatures.
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
The titlescreen looks terrible, but the user-interface is acceptable. From “Options” you may adjust audio and display preferences. It’s difficult to see anything; the game is poorly lit.
The Goods (1/5★)
You’re welcome to choose from a variety of naked dancers, but you probably don’t want to — their skin is horribly deformed, as if it was patched-on following some terrible accident. The dances are awkward and robotic. Perhaps, the dancers are actually robots with human-skin grafted over their ferrous endo-skeleton! Ew.
Thank your lucky stars this game no longer plagues the Steam store! This game was one of three awful, awful clones produced by the developers. Their name has been expunged with this game — it’s too bad, because I’d love to throw them under the bus. In case you couldn’t already tell, I don’t like this game (or any other game from the now-defunct dev-team). Maybe I missed-out on “important content” because I didn’t use a VR headset. If that’s case, the game should have been advertised as “VR Only”. Then again, the game looks so bad I doubt anybody’s missing out on anything. Good riddance!