Last December VR game developer UNIVRS promised a new virtual experience based around the world of Attack On Titan. They said they were aiming to have Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable ready to go this summer. It’s almost “this summer” and there’s no trace of the game, so your guess is correct — it’s been delayed. UNIVRS now estimates they should be able to get it finished by the winter. Whether that means a 2023 or 2024 release is up in the air.
The invention of the Internet changed the tabletop RPG gaming scene in many ways. People have been roleplaying online ever since the days of baud modems, but as the technology has advanced, it’s become possible to transfer more of the experience remotely and even improve upon it. Dungeon Full Dive, from TxK Gaming Studios, takes virtual tabletop to the next level — literally virtual.
At the end of this month STRAYLIGHT, a new VR game by Dr Bloc, will be released. The man they tapped to write the soundtrack for said game is Rob Kovacs, who was initially hired to just come up with the title track, but Bloc liked the end product so much he decided to hire Kovacs to compose the entire game’s score.
You’ve read the books. You’ve seen the show. You know being a member of the Scout Regiment isn’t easy. But are you ready to enlist?
Last summer publisher Mastiff and developer CharacterBank embarked on the experiment of translating the classic JRPG formula into virtual space. The result was RUINSMAGUS, a first-person, fully immersive VR JRPG for Steam VR and Meta headgear.
We warned you Netflix’s Stranger Things Day event wouldn’t produce any significant announcements this year, and we were right. The biggest revelation that came out of it was the reveal of the title for Season 5, Episode 1: “The Crawl.” The Duffers reveal these titles early because they know it doesn’t help you much. When the title for Season 4, Episode 1 (“The Hellfire Club”) was revealed, everybody thought “hey, that’s the name of a league of villains in X-Men! It must be related to that!” It was definitely not. Your theories this time will also be wrong.
A JRPG in virtual space? Does that work? Someone decided to find out: publisher Mastiff and developer CharacterBank have just launched RUINSMAGUS, a first-person, fully immersive VR JRPG for modern devices.
JRPGs can be found in a lot of places, but they don’t get much exposure in the world of VR. One might argue it’s difficult to translate the genre over, but someone’s done it: publisher Mastiff and developer CharacterBank are introducing RUINSMAGUS, a first-person, fully immersive VR JRPG.
These days they put roguelite elements in everything, so why not VR bullet shooters? Yuki is the name of an upcoming shooter from VR studio ARVORE (Pixel Ripped). In the tradition of Star Fox, you must fly the self-named hero through dozens of self-propelling 3D environments, dodging an endless amount of projectiles while carefully aiming to destroy targets. However, the placement of these things will be random each time, and you can acquire power-ups, abilities and weapons though gameplay or leveling up.
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RevolVR3 is a popular virtual reality shooter, and until recently, the only place you could play it was Dave & Busters. But it’s breaking out of the arcades and coming to your home VR device through Steam.
The Dreamcast is indisputably one of the greatest consoles of all time. It only lived for three years yet packed more innovation into its brief lifespan than some game-playing machines produce in twice that time. Sega was at their creative height during the Dreamcast years, producing lovingly quirky titles like 1999’s Space Channel 5.