With reasonably good overall production values that include a serene soundtrack and great voice acting, EQQO has some positives. Unfortunately, the game was obviously created for play in VR and that can make the experience clunky on the Switch. Fixed camera positions that often put the action farther away than you’d likely prefer are among the frustrations that get in the way of enjoyment. If the camera were capable of following your character life would have been far simpler and better, but that wasn’t how it was designed so you’ll instead need to learn to live within the game’s limitations. If you’re willing to work within the awkward control and view constraints there’s some great storytelling paired with a nice point-and-click adventure here, just be aware of the limits that its VR implementation put on the overall experience.
Justin Nation, Score: