At the time of writing (16:46), I haven’t put out a PSVR review, but that doesn’t stop me from covering some news: Carly and the Reaperman Escape from the Underworld is getting a physical release in March, from Odd Raven Studios. 

It’s not the same Carly from iCarly. That’s the only person I know with that name. The Carly in Carly and the Reaperman Escape from the Underworld, however, is a little more badass. Well, a hell of a lot as she teams up with Reaperman to solve an array of puzzles so that they can no doubt escape from the Underworld.

Carly and the Reaperman - Neon
The underworld isn’t as dark as I had imagined…

The biggest selling point of the title is the co-op option. You can either play as Carly and Reaperman, controlling them individually, or with a friend. Hold on a minute: I don’t have two VR headsets! Well, hold up there for a sec, chum, as one player dons the helmet, while the other uses the TV. The idea is to encourage communication with one another, and this certainly gets a thumbs up from me. I’m a big fan of co-ops (pending there are no fallings-out).

With over 50 levels and snazzy customisations to bling up your character, this is looking like a game worth having in your collection. I missed out on the digital release, but I may as well look at getting this on disc (always a fan).

You’ll be able to buy Carly and the Reaperman Escape from the Underworld from the 6th March as a solo experience, but the more tantalising option is playing co-op play with a friend.