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  • Summary: Budget Cuts is a VR stealth game for the HTC Vive, from developer Neat Corporation.
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  1. Jul 18, 2018
    Budget Cuts is one of the smartest VR games to come out in recent memory, using a unique teleportation-portal system to let you stealthily zip around the sprawling, robot-filled office space like a knife-wielding Nightcrawler. There's so much to like about Budget Cuts, from it's humorous take on workplace automation to its adrenaline-filled action. It's safe to say Budget Cuts has lived up to its name in this full-length VR stealth game.
  2. Jul 6, 2018
    It has its flaws, but in its best moments this is an intense VR stealth game with loads of phsical movement and a cool teleportation system.
  3. Jul 11, 2018
    Curiously, Budget Cuts is a great VR experience, but an average game. The gameplay is perfectly suited for VR, but you’ll soon discover a repetitive game that quickly runs out of ideas.
  4. Jul 11, 2018
    Budget Cuts is a fun VR game that creates an interesting, engaging world that’s worth exploring, but only if Neat Corporations can iron out the bugs that mar an otherwise fun experience.
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  1. May 30, 2018
    At its best, Budget Cuts is a gleeful stealth playground that thrives on the spontaneity it demands of players. But it’s a game that can also succumb to the weight of its lofty ambitions just as often as it realizes them. We won’t be ready to put a final score on Neat Corp’s debut until we see how its bugs work out, but right now Budget Cuts shows how far we’ve come and how far we’ve still got to go.
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