While the game does not officially support WMR headsets I played the entire experience on an HP Reverb with little issue.
Shadow Uprising is a Stealth adventure game where you play as a Samurai (or ninja?) assassin who must defeat Evil robots, the plot is a little light on the specifics really, and I'm still not quite sure if I understood the ending.
The campaign took about 2 hours to complete.
I played this on:
GTX 1080 ti
16 Gb Ram
Graphicly the game is nothing spectacular, it uses a cartoony style that may turn some people off but ultimately I think it for the best as often with similar-sized developers realistic graphics often end up looking cheap, Shadow Uprising on the other hand has a consistent art style that I think looks good and will be a while before it really looks too dated.
There was a small graphic glitch with some of the textures when not directly looking at them, I believe this to be a WMR specific issue but it did not impact the playability of the game.
Most of the gameplay is good, the wall climbing, grappling hook and hiding in cover all feel great and makes locomotion very smooth and fun to get around the levels. The bow also feels quite good to use but really bows were the first thing devs figured out in the early days of VR. however there are issues particularly in the combat the sword attack lacks feedback, leading to attacks not feeling as satisfying as they should. The other issue is the enemy AI, its really just too simple, operating on a very clearly basic set of rules makes it very easy to game them.
Consoles for the game all worked as expected and as previously mentioned locomotion very smooth and works great.
At the full retail price, I feel the game is not a great value, there are some extra collectables and weapons that can be found but apart from that there is not much to replayability.
Shadow Uprising is a fun game but certainly has some issues-particularly in its combat with melee and the overall length of the game.
However the game does frequently go on sale, and if you see it at a deeper discount I would definitely recommend checking it out as the fun factor is still quite good.