I hate Santa is a very cool VR snowball fight game that you can play with your VR goggles and a controller. Get ready for epic fights while you dodge, shoot against a lot of opponents from the winter realm.
We know you’re the best snowball fighter so you will definitely finish the game and then…you will finally discover Santa’s darkest secret.
The game also has a PVP mode so you can also compete with your friends. Let’s see who is going to own the leader board!
If you like rock music, then Santa Rockstar is the right game for you. Guide Santa around the world and help him slay rock and metal versions of classic Christmas carols together with a reindeer always ready to lend you a helping hand.
In this game, you’ll play Christmas songs such as: Jingle Bells, Carol of the Bells, March of the Nutcracker, Silent Night, God Rest ye Gentlemen, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, Joy to the World, Santa is in Trouble, Little Bells for You, Hark the Herald, Snowball Fight, Three Wise Men, and Santa’s Journey Begins.
You can use your keyboard as a guitar or use a guitar controller to play this budget Guitar Hero for Christmas.
In this title, you’ll track those who have been naughty or nice. As expected, good boys and girls get gifts but bad boys and girls get poop from Santa. Yes, this game may not be appropriate for all ages, but it’s quite fun to play.
The gameplay is quite simple: You can take control of Santa’s sleigh and steer the twelve exploding reindeer to deliver Christmas presents. In each city, there’s someone who has been so naughty that the only gift they deserve is a load of poop down their chimney.
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Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in December 2016 and was revamped and updated in December 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
This post was written by Madalina Dinita and was first posted to WindowsReport