There’s a lot going on under the hood in Pistol Whip. While it’s technically a rhythm game, it doesn’t follow traditional rhythm game design – there’s no “line in the sand” that indicates exactly when you’re supposed to act.
There’s actually a lot of information coming at you that might not be immediately apparent – especially if you’re focused on surviving the scene. We got some tips and information straight from the team at Cloudhead Games to learn more about things like how the scoring works, what kind of cues exist in the game, and more. Check out the full interview on the VRLeagueGG YouTube!