It may only be a few years old but VR already shares one common trait with traditional videogames: its movie tie-ins tend to be a little lackluster. Free experiences for movies like Spider-Man: Homecoming have underwhelmed and The Martian VR didn’t impress at $20. But it shouldn’t be like this, should it? VR is all about wish fulfillment; surely stepping into the shoes of our favorite characters should be empowering and memorable.

While far from perfect, Crisis on the Planet of the Apes VR gets closer to those ideals than a lot of other games.

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