Lone Pirate VR has graphics that are worse than an early Wii game, but Lone Pirate VR has such a charming premise that most will give it a pass for its poor graphics. It allows you to sail around the sea and shoot at other boats.
A very simple game that is still fun
Lone Pirate VR was released during the early years of VR when virtual reality programming is time-consuming and the results are less-than-impressive. However, there are some games that manage to use simple programming and lame graphics and turn them into a good time, and Lone Pirate VR does just that. You steer with your controller, and fire your cannon with your other controller. Enemy ships drop plunder, and they fire back and try to sink you, which adds to the excitement. The graphics are bland, flat, textureless, and they would also be ugly if it were not for the pleasant shades of blue, green and yellow that the developers picked.
A VR pirate game that is fun when it shouldn't be
Lone Pirate VR has a single-player mode where you may shoot the AI enemy, but they are not too smart. It is better to play online in multiplayer mode, but it can be difficult finding other people to play with. If you have a friend or family member who has VR technology and who has the game, then there are literally hours of really dumb fun to be had. Playing this game will generate nothing that you want to write in your diary about or boast about, but for some reason it is fun to sink your friends in their VR boat.