Get out your PlayStation VR and start nabbing those Moss: Book II trophies, because the game has finally been released. How did the platforming mouse Quill fair critically, though? https://www.truetrophies.com/customimages/063092.jpg PushSquare — 8/10Graham Banas — "While Polyarc doesn’t get too wild and crazy with its second title, it didn't need to considering how solid the foundation was with Moss. Book II takes the time to tighten up a few lingering issues from the first title, while providing more of the incredible world of Moss, albeit on a grander scale. Moss: Book II is further proof that Polyarc is among the best developers working in the VR space." Twinfinite — 4/5Chris Jecks — "Hardware limitations and frustrations aside, Moss: Book II is another resounding success for Polyarc, despite a few strange missteps in finicky weapon switching and minor quality of life tweaks that could come as part of a future update. The collectables provide ample reason to keep playing after you’ve finished the story, and the puzzle-based environments are just as beautiful to look at as they are a satisfying enigma to crack." TheGamer — 4.5/5Meg Pellicco — "Moss: Book 2 builds on the original in every way to create an unforgettable experience. The world is bigger, more beautiful, and areas can be re-visited and explored with new tools and an even greater purpose. New enemies, weapons, and abilities make combat and puzzles more varied and interesting, but most importantly, it delivers yet another stunning tale with the loveable Quill at your side. It’s undoubtedly one of the best PSVR games available and the perfect choice for anyone who loves platformer puzzle games." UploadVR — RecommendedJamie Feltham — "For the most part, Moss: Book 2 is the satisfying sequel you’d expect. It adds brilliant new gameplay mechanics that make for some innovative combat encounters, whilst puzzles prove to be a surprise highlight. More impressive, though, are some of the ways the game catches you off-guard with both the story and that series-defining bond you establish with Quill reaching new heights. But, just as with the first entry, you’re left wanting more of just about everything; its a longer game but still on the lean side, ending just as its best ideas start to get fleshed out. Greedy as it may sound, this still isn’t the sweeping epic you know this series has in it, but instead another reassuring step towards getting there. " VR Without Parole — 9/10https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drW96Afc20g Big VR fan? Playing Moss: Book II right now? Let us know what you think in the comments and if you will be grabbing a copy!