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Postby Fries » Thu Jul 05, 2018 9:46 pm

Star Child is arriving exclusively for PSVR sometime in 2018.

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Star Child is a cinematic platforming adventure that follows the journey of Spectra and her companion on an important mission to an alien planet. After becoming stranded, they uncover a hostile, overwhelming force that threatens to destroy everything. At a pivotal, startling moment, Spectra gains the ability to gradually take control of the world around her and fight back. At its heart the game is both a mystery and journey of self-discovery. As Spectra explores a foreign world and encounters desperate situations, help comes both from without and within, leading to a surprising yet satisfying path to victory.

To give some idea of how this plays, after trying a demonstration of Star Child at PSX 2017 (the same demo now available on the PlayStation VR Demo Disc 2), IGN gave this impression of the game:

"...in VR, it's absolutely stunning, feeling like an intricately detailed diorama that the player can navigate an action figure through, or what Super Metroid might feel like if your head was mounted inside the screen."
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Postby Fries » Fri Jul 06, 2018 7:59 pm

Rescue your father from his abductors in Wayward Sky, currently available exclusively on PSVR.

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Wayward Sky (from developers Uber Entertainment, that later developed the VR game Dino Frontier) is a third person adventure game that focuses on atmosphere and storytelling through light puzzle solving designed to ease players into VR. You are Bess, a young pilot flying with your father when you crash into a mysterious fortress that emerges out of the clouds. Your father kidnapped and your plane in ruins, you set out to explore the fortress and rescue him.

The player uses the PlayStation Move controllers (the DualShock 4 controller works as well, at the cost of some interactivity) to point Bess towards where she should go next. Alternatively, the player can jump down to Bess's level to interact with puzzle elements near her. It plays very much like a classic point and click adventure game, with a virtual reality spin on the formula.
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Postby Fries » Sat Jul 07, 2018 11:27 pm

JAPAN Studio VR Music Festival is currently available in Asian territories exclusively for PSVR.

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'Gameplay' Video | PlayStation Blog | PlayStation Page

First revealed at the Tokyo Game Show in 2017, JAPAN Studio VR Music Festival is essentially a dynamic 3D cinema showing select songs recorded during the Game Symphony Japan 23rd concert earlier that same year. It is available with English, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese support (check the PSN description to determine that the region you are buying from supports these languages in their version), and features a number of tracks totaling roughly 30 minutes of music from eight different games:

    • Arc the Lad
    • Wild Arms
    • Doko Demo Issyo
    • Ico
    • Shadow of the Colossus
    • The Last Guardian
    • Gravity Rush 1
    • Gravity Rush 2
What makes the experience special in VR is that the PlayStation mascots Toro and Kuro sit next to you, allowing some interaction as they make all sorts of faces depending on the mood of the song. In addition, while Gravity Rush 2‘s main theme is playing they start floating up in the air as if they’re in zero gravity, and when the colossi appear during the Shadow of the Colossus soundtrack dust falls from the roof as if caused by the impact of their footsteps. The 3D environment itself can change during playback of the concert, too.

Your controller is also represented in-game fully tracked, providing some extra features. Tapping the touch screen brings up a transparent menu that shows the elapsed time and the name of the song being played, and holding square and shaking the controller will cause colorful sparks to be shot outward.

Additionally, there is a 'Video Bonus' option showing a few 3D VR videos recorded during the concert from the viewpoint of the conductor or an audience member.

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There was a 'premium' non-VR version available that included more franchises represented (basically showing the entire orchestra performance in full), however it possessed fewer features and was only offered for a limited time. It is no longer being sold as of November 19th, 2017.
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Postby Fries » Sun Jul 08, 2018 1:54 pm

Find hidden family fortune in Smash Hit Plunder, planned to release for PSVR later this year in 2018.

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In Smash Hit Plunder players use the power of VR to tear their way through Castle Carvasso, a medieval castle (which they just inherited from their loving Grandma) sprinkled with ghostly inhabitants, in search of gold, treasure and a hidden family fortune.

You play as a young Mage recently returned from magic school delving into their family’s fraught past. While the Mage was away learning the difference between dark and light magic, the family squandered away their large fortune and rapidly lost their home to Mordred, a sneaky, spiritual debt collector. Now it’s up to the player to find enough hidden treasure in the castle and its grounds to pay off the debt and win back their own home. Move through the castle creating as much havoc as possible using the Mage’s special wand magic in a desperate bid to unlock the family home -- but look out for other-worldly ancestors!

The game has both single player modes and local multiplayer co-op/competitive modes to enjoy. Up to four friends can either help the VR Mage through the main campaign or battle each other in manic versus modes using a specially-designed 2D social screen for the TV, using DualShock controllers.
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Postby Fries » Mon Jul 09, 2018 12:16 pm

The inventive puzzle game Statik is currently available exclusively for PSVR.

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Statik is a game about solving puzzles in a place you don’t know, with a person you don’t recognize, and hands that aren’t completely yours. Awaking to each new day with a unique, hand-mounted puzzle device to solve, you must use your brain, eyes and ears to solve each mystery. But, this being VR, it’s hard to know which of these can be trusted. You can always trust Dr. Ingen, though.

This is an extremely unique game specifically designed for use with a tracked gamepad, something only provided by the PSVR platform. The game is built around the experience of having both of your hands stuck in a sort of puzzle box, and everything is mapped in-game to the position of the player holding a DualShock 4 controller in real life.

Every new puzzle the player faces has two primary components, the first being the aforementioned box your hands are stuck in (comprised of dials, meters, buttons, moving parts, and so on), and the other being your surroundings filled with non-interactive clues to guide you to the solution. Although sometimes the game throws you for a creative loop and the environment will be a little... less non-interactive than usual. The goal is to press every button on the controller and move around the box with your arms to see if anything moves or changes, then using that information in conjunction with the environmental hints to solve the puzzle.

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Combined with an intriguing story, the gameplay experience provided here is unlike any other; Statik has received much critical acclaim since it launched, and is a must own game for any puzzle fans with a PSVR headset. This is another title that absolutely deserves to get a physical release, and I hope it receives one in the near future.
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Postby Fries » Tue Jul 10, 2018 1:13 pm

Homestar VR is currently available for PSVR.

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Homestar VR is a full celestial planetarium designed in collaboration with SEGA Toys Co., Ltd, a company that has been producing electronic projection planetariums for many years. Using NASA star records, it is able to simulate accurate representations of the stars, planets, and moons - you can even set specific dates and locations to view the night sky as it was at that exact moment in the past.

There are three modes available:
    • World Sky Time Travel
    • Full Celestial Planetarium
    • Starry Sky Selection
The Planetarium mode provides audio tours detailing the meaning and history behind the different constellations and other interesting sights. Options like displaying constellation lines and names, and almost everything else, can be turned on and off in the settings in all three modes. Additionally, while exploring these modes you can toggle between various tracks of relaxing background music.

There is also a hidden way to trigger an aurora and other such features as you explore over 2,500,000 crystal-clear stars throughout the Milky Way and beyond.
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Postby Fries » Wed Jul 11, 2018 5:36 pm

The Lost Bear is currently available exclusively for PSVR.

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The Lost Bear is a 2D cinematic platformer for PlayStation VR, as you control a young girl named Walnut who sets out to rescue her teddy bear and bring her back home. The player sits inside a 3D diorama, inspired by puppet show theatre, that reflects what’s happening within the game and alters as the game progresses.

Walnut’s story originates from my little sister, who always wandered off to the woodlands with her teddy bear by her side. She has always inspired me through her bravery and willingness to overcome her fears. And so, this game is all about a young girl called Walnut also overcoming her fears when she is alone in a wondrous, surreal and dangerous world.

This is another unique game for PSVR that I hope gets a true physical release (outside the self-made, non-functional display copies produced by the developers Odd Bug Studio) sometime in the future. The overall story is short, roughly two hours for a first playthrough with an additional hour or two in order to get all the trophies, but it is a very high quality title.
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Postby Fries » Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:30 pm

Pixel Ripped 1989 is launching on PSVR July 31st, 2018.

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Imagine you’re back in school on 1989 and have to hide your handheld console under your desk without being caught by the teacher. Follow the life of computer gaming addict Nicola as she travels and battles through the history of video games in an attempt to play her favorite game (that's right, a game within a game), called Pixel Ripped.

Nicola incarnates Dot, our heroine, in a very special quest: The Pixel Ripped is a magical stone that contains the soul of Dot's world, Adventureland, which has been stolen by the Cyblin Master. The evil Master is using its powers to open a portal between real world and games from different generations in order to bring Robots from different worlds to control the population. From the floor of 1970’s living room where you will be playing the first home gaming console all the way up to the turn of the millennium, you’ll be treated to 2D sprites of the 70s, the bright and colorful 3D graphics of the 90s, and everything in-between.

A long anticipated title, be ready to "think 4th dimensionally" if you want to beat Pixel Ripped 1989 when it launches. Prepare to face a meta-gaming world full of surprises and tons of throwbacks!

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Postby Best1989 » Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:13 pm

Fries wrote:Pixel Ripped 1989

Fries wrote:1989


Now, that's my kind of game.
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Postby BuraddoRun » Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:59 pm

Best1989 wrote:
Fries wrote:Pixel Ripped 1989

Fries wrote:1989


Now, that's my kind of game.


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Postby Fries » Fri Jul 13, 2018 11:22 am

SUPERHYPERCUBE is currently available for PSVR.

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Launch Trailer | What is SUPERHYPERCUBE? | PlayStation Blog | PlayStation Page | Website

SUPERHYPERCUBE is a retro-futuristic first person puzzler with classic controls and intuitive shape-matching gameplay. The concept is simple: you start off with a single cube, a cube that matches a hole in an ominously approaching wall. The object of the game is to fit your cube through the wall. Easy, right?

Well, once you pass through the wall, additional cubes will snap on to your original cube, creating a random cluster of cubes. As you progress through the game, your cluster continues to grow to hundreds of cubes, and it is your job to rotate it so that it fits through the hole in the oncoming wall. The trouble is, the cluster obscures the shape of the hole in the wall, so you have to look around it in order to properly see the hole, and get a better sense of the shape of your cluster. This is where headtracking comes in, and why you can’t play the game without it.

Immerse yourself in the neon glow of the game's analog visuals and sounds while you try to stay alive as long as possible, and add your high scores to the ranks of players around the world. I know I've said this a lot lately, but this is another great game and a prime candidate for a physical release.
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Postby Fries » Sat Jul 14, 2018 5:47 pm

Mervils: A VR Adventure is currently available for PSVR.

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Mervils is an open-world RPG platformer built specifically for third-person VR, bringing the look of classic platformers to the world of virtual reality and unfolding into a very hobbit-like adventure story.

With merely a sword and a few coins your quest begins in the Mervil Countryside. The pages of the Great Mervil Book have been scattered throughout the land and the dark sorcerer Balazar the Evil has risen from the shadows. It’s up to one brave hero to collect the lost pages, rebind the Great Book, and defeat Balazar once and for all. Will that Mervil be you?

The game has about 6-8 hours of content and tells a heroic story of your adventure throughout the kingdom. While you start your journey with little more than a simple sword, you'll find that the Mervil Armory is filled with plenty of equipment like helmets, bracers, pauldrons, axes, and swords to help defeat your enemies.

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I know the game doesn't look like much from the trailer, but all the impressions I've heard and read consistently say not to sleep on this title, so I decided to trust them and spotlight Mervils in the end. For any still on the fence it goes on sale often for under $10; at that price it's hard to go wrong.
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Postby Fries » Sun Jul 15, 2018 11:02 am

The Playroom VR is a free, first party Sony title currently available exclusively for PSVR.

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Trailer | 25 Adorable Facts About The Playroom VR | PlayStation Blog | PlayStation Page

A continuation of The Playroom, a launch title for the PS4 showcasing the DualShock 4's many features in conjunction with the PlayStation Camera, The Playroom VR takes the themes established in the previous game and completely reworks them into a single/multiplayer mini-game compilation with the extreme polish expected of Japan Studio. In total there are seven mini-games to experience:

Monster Escape
    Put on the PSVR headset and control a raging monster, smashing everything in your path. Or grab a controller and become one of four super heroic VR Bots trying to take down your gigantic, rampaging buddy. No matter who you choose, eventually you’ll come face-to-face with each other in a final, climactic showdown.
Cat & Mouse
    Become one of four crafty cartoon mice in a quest to steal as much cheese as possible as you try to outsmart the player assuming the role of the PSVR headset wearing cat, hiding behind curtains and ready to pounce out to catch the rascally rodents. It’s a frantic battle of nerves – will you be the hunter or the hunted?
Ghost House
    Creep inside of a haunted house and stalk some specters. With your friends watching via the TV, cooperate to keep an eye out for anything suspicious, and then use your ghost blaster to shoot and capture the sneaky spooks. But hurry – the clock is running out!
Wanted!
    Think you’ve got the wits to pick out the bad guy from a crowd in the Old West, stranger? Then step into the saloon and prove your worth. Rustle up a few eagle-eyed partners and choose which lily-livered varmint deserves to be zapped away for a night behind bars. Don’t get it wrong, though – or you could get a face full of plungers for your trouble.
Robot Rescue
    A wild virtual reality 3D platform adventure awaits! 20 VR Bot buddies are stranded in a world full of traps, and only you and a friend can save them. As one of you dons the PSVR headset to control a VR Bot who can jump, punch and use a grappling hook to rescue his lost comrades, the TV player gets a different viewpoint on the action, flying a UFO, and providing air support. Create an unbeatable team and become the heroes these brave VR Bots deserve.

    This is the most popular mini-game of bunch, which some of you may know is now the precursor to the upcoming ASTRO BOT: Rescue Mission, a game resulting from community praise for Robot Rescue and the demand for a full title based on this concept.
Toy Wars
    Released as a free content update a few months after the The Playroom VR launched, in Toy Wars you defend your bedroom from an exhilarating alien invasion. Put on the PSVR headset, jump into a gun turret, and blast your way through the relentless extra-terrestrial torment. If you need a helping hand, up to three friends can join the fight via your TV.
Mini Robots
    And finally, Mini Robots. The mini-games in this collection are fun, but you also need to kick back and chill in a virtual bedroom from time to time, too. This is the home of the lovable VR Bots, who are playing games, socializing, and even working out; it's a fully animated and interactive diorama of environments and sets you unlock from the high-tech vending machine. Complete any of the previously mentioned mini-games and you earn coins to play the machine and win toys, which you can then use to decorate the bedroom any way you see fit.
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Postby Fries » Mon Jul 16, 2018 11:11 am

Hopalong: The Badlands is launching for PSVR on July 17th, 2018.

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Saddle up your trusty stick horse steed and battle the dreaded Boomity Clan in Hopalong: The Badlands, VR’s kookiest Western shooter.

Hopalong’s novel locomotion allows for seamless traversal of an expansive canyon themed landscape while providing a real sense of movement to help prevent motion sickness. Shoot lit dynamite out of the sky, snipe down gatling gunners, defeat bandits with your mighty pickaxe, and much more as you ventilate the countryside. Hopalong features three massive levels for you to explore and conquer as you trail down the bandit leader, Boss Boomity. Do you have what it takes to be a Sheriff in this town?

This might seem like a silly concept, because it is, but the game has already received a positive reception on the PC VR platforms. This is a title worth looking into when it launches for PSVR.
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Postby Fries » Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:00 am

Sprint Vector is currently available for PSVR.

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Sprint Vector is the ultimate competitive VR game: a singleplayer and multiplayer adrenaline platformer that merges the physical thrill of extreme sports competition with the unhinged energy of a zany game show spectacle. Survios’ innovative Fluid Locomotion System and intuitive intended motion mechanics let you comfortably attain and maintain extreme speeds in VR.

Welcome to the Championship Intergalatica! Hosted by everyone’s favorite robo-personality, Mr. Entertainment, Sprint Vector sends its intrepid contestants running, jumping, climbing, flinging, drifting, and even flying across crazy inter-dimensional race courses and challenge maps where your speed and finesse are put to the test. These intense head-to-head matches have become the must-see event of the millennium!

Add in a pulsing electronic soundtrack, hilarious running commentary, powerful projectiles and boosts, as well as multiplayer support for up to eight players, and you’ve got a hit show no matter what planet you’re on!

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Postby Fries » Tue Jul 17, 2018 12:33 pm

And after today's game spotlight here is an interesting development, Spice & Wolf VR:

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Independent development circle Spicy Tails announced on Monday that it is developing a virtual reality anime based on Isuna Hasekura's Spice & Wolf novels. Hasekura is writing a new scenario for the anime, the original Japanese voice actors will return, and this will have English subtitles.

So that alone is something to look forward to, but the more interesting information here is that the developer Spicy Tails also created Project Lux... which we all know is getting a physical release through Limited Run. So if this pans out to be something worthwhile, then maaaybe LRG can flex some of their Spicy Tails/Sekai Project connections and look into a physical release.
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Postby BuraddoRun » Tue Jul 17, 2018 6:42 pm

Fries wrote:And after today's game spotlight here is an interesting development, Spice & Wolf VR:

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Independent development circle Spicy Tails announced on Monday that it is developing a virtual reality anime based on Isuna Hasekura's Spice & Wolf novels. Hasekura is writing a new scenario for the anime, the original Japanese voice actors will return, and this will have English subtitles.

So that alone is something to look forward to, but the more interesting information here is that the developer Spicy Tails also created Project Lux... which we all know is getting a physical release through Limited Run. So if this pans out to be something worthwhile, then maaaybe LRG can flex some of their Spicy Tails/Sekai Project connections and look into a physical release.


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Postby Fries » Wed Jul 18, 2018 10:44 am

GNOG is currently available for PSVR and PS4.

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GNOG is a tactile puzzle game set in a world of vivid toys and mysterious monsters. Get up close to grab, flip, push, spin, and explore the enigmatic heads and their rich, dynamic soundscapes.

Follow your mysterious ghostly companion among the gnogs: interconnected microcosms, each one a monster head filled with wondrous interactions. Immerse yourself in the rich, dynamic soundscapes of each gnog, while exploring their beautiful and unique interiors, uncovering each head's underlying mysteries and playful mechanics.

The game features 9 musical levels, with a dynamic soundtrack composed by Marskye, comprised of whimsical puzzles to discover that offer around 2.5 - 3 hours of gameplay.

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Postby Fries » Thu Jul 19, 2018 1:05 pm

Tumble VR is currently available exclusively for PSVR.

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Puzzle it out! Are you a strategic thinker? Do you have a steady hand and nerves of steel? Do you enjoy building towers or are you more of a demolition demon? With over 70 fiendishly addictive levels of balancing, building and demolishing, Tumble VR will test your physical and mental dexterity to the max.

Get hands-on with gravity-defying building tasks where the highest tower gets the biggest score, or take on tricky balancing acts with blocks of all shapes, sizes, weights and dimensions. Use either the DualShock 4 or Move controllers in your attempt to complete these increasingly challenging objectives. Enjoy blowing things up? Lay mines in tactical positions to topple towers and score points for the biggest blast radius.

This game also features multiplayer options - solve puzzles together with friends or go head-to-head in social screen play.
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Postby Fries » Fri Jul 20, 2018 9:07 pm

Discover a beautiful world steeped in metaphor with Bound, currently available exclusively for PSVR and PS4.

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Bound transports you into a beautiful, fantastical place that exists in the mind of a woman revisiting the memories of her childhood. You’ll use dance moves to traverse vast environments filled with platforming challenges. As the game progresses, the introspective story unfolds through powerful metaphor and imagery, adding emotional depth to the protagonist’s journey.

In the game's world, the main character is a Princess who is following the orders of her mother, the Queen, to vanquish a monster that is destroying the world. Delving deeper into the game the player will encounter increasingly surreal uses of shapes and colors, inspired by the art movements of Suprematism, Concretism, and Neoplasticism. According to the game's creative director, "everything in the game is a big metaphor", which is given structure during scenes in the game that show the real world.

Bound is a mesmerizing game to experience, made even more breathtaking within the realm of virtual reality (especially on a PS4 Pro). It also supports multiple camera options, including a stationary view and one that follows the character around normally, providing different ways to play the game depending on your comfort level using PSVR. The platforming is also very solid, and makes for quite an interesting speedrun as a result.

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I desperately want to see this title preserved through a physical release, however since SIE is involved with publishing and partially developing Bound, that outcome is unfortunately unlikely. Still, the game is more than worth your time digitally and was even a free PS+ game in November of 2017. I urge you to not let Bound pass you by.

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Postby Fries » Sat Jul 21, 2018 4:33 pm

No Heroes Allowed! VR is currently available exclusively for PSVR.

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Become the God of Destruction in this unique real time strategy game built for VR. Breed monsters to invade human territories, seen in a diorama-like view through the eyes of the God of Destruction. Together with Badman and Badmella, work towards total world domination!

Begin your quest by raising monsters and using them to invade human territories, vanquish the defending heroes, and bring the human bases under your control. As a god, you must maintain an ecosystem through a food chain of breeding weaker monsters to feed invading monsters. You can interfere with this chain of life and death to raise monsters however you like in your attempt to conquer the world.

This is one of the most polished titles I've played in VR, every nook and cranny is filled with detail. You can look around the room before battles and both of the characters will comment on just about everything, dying in the game presents multiple unique scenes with the heroes storming your tower and capturing Badman right before your eyes, and the game is simply brimming with self-aware comedy.

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The game has multiple regional physical releases in Asia, here are two available from Play-Asia: Chinese/English | Japanese
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Postby Fries » Sun Jul 22, 2018 3:16 pm

Tethered is currently available for PSVR and PS4.

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The Spirit Guardians have been imprisoned inside ancient, collapsed Totems; only you remain free. The once beautiful floating islands of your universe now drift unguarded, ravaged by creatures of the night. You must wield your elemental powers and gather enough Spirit Energy in order to release the entombed Guardians and restore balance to the land. To accomplish this quest, you’ll need help from the island’s inhabitants; The Peeps. Without them you’ll fail in your task and without you they will inevitably succumb to despair. Give them hope, give them purpose; your fates are "Tethered".

Tethered boasts 13 lovingly hand-painted sky islands for you to complete – each one hiding secrets, puzzles and challenges. Gather enough Spirit Energy on each of the islands to fill the Totem and release the Spirit Guardian imprisoned within. Immerse yourself in the wonder and beauty of a magical universe, carefully crafted to allow you to escape reality.

During daylight, command your Peeps to gather Spirit Energy and resources to improve your industry or defenses, for at night the resource-hungry creatures emerge from the island’s dark underbelly to feed! Each dawn represents a new hope; a chance to rebuild and continue your quest to gather Spirit Energy. Use everything at your disposal to protect your settlement and survive the night.
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Postby Fries » Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:13 pm

Dick Wilde is currently available for PSVR.

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Take a tongue-in-cheek tour of America’s ‘deep south’ via the magic of VR and hunt yourself some of the freakiest and fiercest critters around. Ol' Dick Wilde has been in pest control his whole cotton-pickin life! If you got a problem with hungry piranhas, angry ‘gators, or even a shark or two - Dick’s the guy to call! He’s even come up with a bunch a' custom weapons to help folk out with all sorts a' nasty critters!

The game features six varieties of weapons, each feeling like a different game mode in Dick Wilde. Are you someone who likes to live among the trees? Try the electric bow! If you’d rather get up close and personal with the wildlife - try the custom shotgun (now with bear trap shield add on!). Wield weapons in Dick Wilde with Move controllers, or bust out the Aim controller for more precision and immersion.

On top of the single player experience, that will have you fighting against an onslaught of varying critters in nine levels across three bespoke environments, you can also start a hoedown by sharing the headset with friends; there is support for up to 4 players! Monitor your vitals, accuracy, health and score to make sure you stay on top as exterminator extraordinaire.
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Postby Fries » Tue Jul 24, 2018 11:14 am

Carnival Games VR is currently available for PSVR.

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Carnival Games VR is an immersive virtual reality experience: you can explore the park, earn virtual prizes, and play up to 12 different games alone or with friends!

Immerse yourself in the carnival atmosphere where the Barker keeps you on your toes, you interact with the park patrons, navigate through four Carnival Alleys with unique playroom themes - from the Cowpoke Corral to the Wizard’s Walkway.

With 12 carnival games, there is something for everyone. Whether you wind up and throw baseballs in Golden Arm, shoot basketballs in Swish, test your aim in Shooting Gallery, or hop into a moving cart and shoot incoming spooky enemies in Haunted House. The most interesting of the bunch in my eyes is Climbing Wall, which plays almost like an early version of To The Top.

In addition to the base content there is also the DLC pack Alley Adventure, which adds 2 new adventure-themed alleys: Cosmic Corner and Jurassic Junction. These areas include 6 new carnival games, where you can build towers on the head of a raised dinosaur-themed platform in Dino Stacker, tackle miniature golf putting challenges in Putting Green, and more. The original 12 games also see improvements in Alley Adventure by adding extra challenges for replayability.
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Postby swirlyglasses » Tue Jul 24, 2018 11:49 am

great job with the vr news fries
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