Guns 'n' Stories: Bulletproof VR wasn't that great. A standard wave shooter, with the benefit of unlimited ammo and no reloading. Unlike something like Cold Iron (which I liked a bit better), there's not so much a focus on accuracy but volume of bullets. Since it's about an old timer telling his grandson fanciful stories about the Wild West, there is no adherence to logic and so there is a lot of anachronism in the gameplay and humor (which I liked). The main problem with the game is that the levels are too long, with the enemies swarming you constant throughout, and my wrists were already burning from the first stage (there are 15 in all). I dropped it down to "Baby" difficulty and still had the same problem (although it's harder to die). The only reprieve is when you are given automatic weapons at various points (when it's actually quite fun), but sticking with the revolver is brutal.
It's one of those games that feels destined to have a 0% platinum rating because of trophies like "not taking damage" and getting 5 stars throughout. No, thank you.
(Edit: Upon playing it further, I realize it has a 0% platinum because of a number of glitched trophies.)