Flying through space involves a lot of tricks. You could tap down on the right stick to stop completely, turn in different directions, and then thrust. It was a very tense, competitive game where I could tell who the seasoned players were. I grabbed the disc at one point and was point-blank in front of the enemy goal, but I threw it and let go too late, and it bounced off the corner without going in. The next time I had a shot, one of the blue players moved in front of the goal and blocked it. We wound up losing both rounds, but it was really fun, with a lot of hooting and hollering.
At the start of the timed match, we had to maneuver into holes to shoot ourselves out into the arena via a catapult. That was a little hard, as I had to grip the wall and then push a button to activate the catapult. As I flew out, I course corrected with the thrusters and used my hands to grab onto handholds and push in certain directions. If you pulled the hand triggers, you could charge up a punch. Then, I slugged my hand forward in a punch to hit the other virtual players in the face. If I connected with the punch, the players were disabled for three seconds.
Lone Echo is coming sometime soon as an exclusive for the Oculus Rift with the Oculus Touch. Oculus Studios is publishing it.