Binary Trigger is a virtual reality first-person shooter that gives you two guns, one in each hand, and has you fight waves of abstract targets. It scores and rewards you for doing as well as you can, and it can be strict at times.
Easy To Pick Up With Both Hands
In a twist that might recall Ikaruga, your guns have colours, and you are expected to shoot the game's targets with the gun of the opposite colour. Both your aim and quickness in taking down targets with the right gun is how the game grades you. Aside from this, it's all very simple. You turn and shoot; there's no need, or even ability, to move around, which could enrich an otherwise very simple game.
It Won't Make Waves, But It's Still Fun
Overall, Binary Trigger is an excellent game to practice with if you play other shooters, either VR or not. It helps train both hands and eyes, and the colour mechanics reward mental accuracy as well as reflexes. Beyond this, the game isn't complicated; if you're looking for a huge depth of play, Binary Trigger may not be to your taste, but if you want to perfect a seemingly simple but vital gaming skill, it's worthwhile.