- Also Known As
- Synth Riders Remastered Edition
- Number of Players
- Single Player (10 Player Online)
- Release Date
- 22nd Feb 2023, $24.99
- 22nd Feb 2023, £19.99
- PSVR Support
- PlayStation VR2 (Required)
- Synth Riders
- Single Player, Online, Multiplayer, Dancing, Music, Free PSVR2 Upgrade
- Controller Support
- PSVR2 Sense Controllers
- Feature Support
- Official Site
- Also Available On
Mini Review Synth Riders: Remastered Edition (PSVR2) - Back and Better Than Ever
Ride the wave
Synth Riders was a highlight of PSVR: we loved it back when it launched in mid-2021. For a more explicit explanation, you can check out our original review, but know that this is a rhythm title played on a “note highway” and it’s excellent. One of the strengths of the game the first time through was its exceptional soundtrack,...
About The Game
Synth Riders will allow you to experience incredible, licensed music of various genres in a whole new, immersive way. Dancing here is not optional but crucial for those willing to climb to the top of the leaderboard. Catch the orbs with your hands, follow the rails of long notes, avoid the walls, activate your entire body, move to the beat, and break a sweat in the process!
Choose from plenty of “Stages” filled with spinning mechanisms, futuristic cities, giant synthesizers, synthwave sunsets, and many more. On top of that, enjoy “Experiences” coming with selected DLC songs – unique, artistically driven visuals created to match perfectly with songs, providing a special blend of sight, sound, and physical actions.
Test your dancing skills in one of the two game modes – “Rhythm” and “Force,” with each focusing on a completely different playstyle. The Rhythm mode is dedicated to freestyle dancers, as in this mode, it’s where you hit the note that matters, not how. While in the Force mode, how you hit the note matters, not where, as having good momentum when hitting the note will bring you the highest points. And if you love to compete with friends and family, then the “Party” mode, where you’re able to pass the headset to them, should be right up your alley.
The possibilities for enjoying the game are endless, with five difficulty levels and a wide selection of additional modifiers to spice up the experience. Such as the “Spin Mode,” where notes come from different directions, requiring you to concentrate and move even more.
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