Fruit Ninja VR Review

Fruit Ninja VR is a game that you can play on your phone, but it’s also a great way to get in some exercise.

Fruit Ninja VR is a new game that was released on the Google Play Store. The game has been getting mixed reviews, but I feel healthier already.

Fruit Ninja VR for PlayStation VR is the subject of this review. It’s also compatible with the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.

My virtual feet are caked in fruit strew, my actual arms are weary, and my fictitious ninja image is gaining clout. Fruit Ninja VR is the PlayStation VR version of the hugely popular smartphone game that pits you and some big utensils against an endless supply of ripe fruits and vegetables.

Virtual remuneration

To explain this game to newbies, the best analogy I can think of is a slot machine where you won’t lose next month’s rent. It includes colorful fruit, and the noises are intended to let your brain know you’re a good ninja when you do anything correctly. Your score accumulates at the top of a big pagoda in front of you, and you can see your score increasing at the top of a large pagoda in front of you. The combination of these elements results in a simple but addicting game that everyone who tries enjoys.

For example, I saw an almost-80-year-old man sit in a chair and swing away with the Move controllers while laughing hysterically. My gaming tastes are more mature — shooters with a lot of blood and guts, RPGs with serious stories — but I still liked Fruit Ninja VR and only stopped playing when it was time to towel off. Whether you sit or stand while playing, you’ll get a good exercise swinging two swords.

Look at those scores!

A worldwide leaderboard with fierce competition, as well as a record of the best score earned on your PS4, keep gamers engaged. It would be great to have a party option where you can create a scoreboard depending on the number of people in your party. A great group game with bite-sized play sessions and furious action.

There are four different methods to chop the fruit.

There are now four game modes to select from, and the material would be deemed minimal if not for the $15 price tag. Your primary goal is to score as many points as possible by stringing together combinations; timing is particularly essential in this game, since fruit appears at random intervals but will generally line up at some point. In all game types, patience and accuracy are essential.

Gameplay in arcade mode

A special banana

You have 60 seconds to slice your way through as much fruit as possible in this game mode. Avoid explosives to avoid a penalty; luminous peaches add time to your total; and special bananas give slow motion, frenzies, or double points for a limited period of time. When you strike a Frenzy banana, two cannons on each side of you fire a stream of fruit in a line in front of you for you to hit with a combination.

Mode 1: Classic

You start off slowly here, launching one fruit at a time, but you quickly see explosives mixed in among the offering. You will get a strike if you let a fruit fall to the ground or if you ignite a bomb. Guess what happens when you get three strikes? You’ve been kicked out. To keep track of where you are, large red Xs appear on the pagoda in front of you. This game mode is very difficult and will have you sweating in no time.

Zen mode

Select Zen mode if you want to relax and enjoy slicing fruit without worrying about explosions or attacking robots. It’s nearly like Arcade mode, but you only have 90 seconds to play and there are no explosives. There are also no fruit cannons to your left or right, allowing you to concentrate on chaining combinations with the items in front of you. This is a fantastic way to hone your abilities and is ideal for those with limited room.

Survival mode is a game in which you have to

Survival mode

This is the most challenging method to play Fruit Ninja VR. Automated flying fruit launchers hover over the courtyard, shooting bundles of fruit in all directions. You have three strikes before you’re out, same as in Classic mode. Survival mode isn’t terrible at first, but after you start getting fruit coming at you from all sides, you’ll realize how intense this game can be. For any real fruit ninjas out there, this is the ultimate challenge.

Blades that are well-balanced

Unlike some other VR sword-wielding games, you can chop fruit with both sides of the blade and push explosives out of the path using the wide side of the blade. The latter is more difficult, and it will take some effort to stop seeing explosions directly in front of your eyes.

You can even skewer fruit with the tip of your katana if you strike it just right, which shows how effectively the Move controllers function in this game. It seems natural to slice into fruit, and it always cuts exactly where you strike it. There are no jarring animations to take you out of the experience, and you’ll realize how satisfying it is to just cut open a watermelon or coconut.


Fruit Ninja VR is a simple and addicting game for people of all ages. You may sit back and relax, get up and work up a sweat, or play anywhere in between. This game is difficult to put down because to the vivid colors, satisfying noises, and accurate motion tracking with the Move controllers. With games lasting just a few minutes on average, you’ll be repeating the phrase “Just one more time” as you work your way to the top of the ninja leaderboard. We can’t suggest Fruit Ninja VR enough for just $15.


  • Katanas work extremely well with move controllers.
  • Gameplay that is bright and colorful
  • On the mark with physics


  • To flesh out the material, a few additional game types are required.

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