Developer/Publisher: Iblsoft Studio Release Date: February 13, 2019 Compatible With: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive Price: $6.29 to $8.99 Link: Fear Simulator God Hand Would you be able to defend a town from vicious monsters if you have the powers of a god?
It’s fairly common knowledge that in the middle of 2014, social media giant Facebook bought the VR company Oculus . Facebook bought Oculus for $2 billion and they were nowhere near as developed at the time as Unity.
Only a few pages have been made, and there's still plenty of work to do, but it'll be worth the effort in the end.Gumball can actually run and swing around now! The roads finally have markings on them, and things are starting to look pretty good.That's all for now, but more is on the way!
Goldwater Deputy Trainer ($7.99) Beat Blaster Image credit to: Ivanovich Games HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Windows Mixed Reality Ivanovich Games Music, rhythm, and FPS players will want to check out Beat Blaster.
A common trend seems to be that VR developers now do their best to create endlessly imaginative projects that involve all the human senses into a fully immersive experience . The project serves up a delicious tale of desire in a world that’s unhealthily obsessed with new culinary experiences.
We are very happy to announce the release of Budget Cuts Arcade - a special game mode with a focus on replayability, with 4 new levels that are added automatically in this patch.
Shoot to the beat Audica is set to a classic Harmonix soundtrack, but replaces lines of notes or plastic instruments with targets that you must accurately shoot in time with the tunes.
This is part of my rationale for acquiring companies and increasing investment in them sooner, rather than waiting until later to de-risk them further." Facebook teases Oculus surprises at GDC After last week brought the first mentions of the Oculus Rift S, now a blog post from Oculus co-founder and head of VR product Nate Mitchell suggests there will be surprises from the company coming in 2019.
Both companies, Blue Goji (not a berry, but the treadmill) and HOLOFIT fitness machines use virtual reality headsets to help their users walk, ride, and row through VR games. Just this week HOLODIA is introducing a new HOLOWORLD called CYBERPUNK to their playlist of VR fitness games.
Less than a year after making a $3 billion investment into the future of virtual reality with the purchase of Oculus VR, CEO Mark Zuckerberg was considering another multi-billion-dollar bet to ensure that his company dominated the VR platform, buying Unity, the popular game engine that’s used to build half of all gaming titles.
I’ve had the chance to play some of Beat Saber and Space Pirate Trainer on borrowed hardware and loved both – now prolific rhythm studio Harmonix are mashing those concepts together and calling it Audica . Audica enters early access on March 7th.
When the game was first announced, then expanded on in a subsequent trailer , it clearly looks to scratch a very specific itch a lot of people seem to have for fantasy-themed adventure in VR headsets.
Some people move so fast when they play the VR game Beat Saber, a rhythm game that’s basically Dance Dance Revolution with lightsabers, that Valve developers have had to issue a fix.
At the time of this writing, White Lotus hasn’t released pricing info, although the game is currently $20 on Steam, so we’d expect to see similar pricing on the PlayStation platform as well.
Locations where you can play HADO (Image by Meleap) Spectators watching live don’t watch through an HMD or phone; there are giant projection monitors above the arena as well as monitors throughout the arena where they can see the virtual energy balls and shields and overlays for player stats and scores.
Left4Dead developer Turtle Rock Studios has yet another Oculus Rift game in development. “I’ve been getting some time in with the games we’re bringing to GDC and PAX East, like the latest from Turtle Rock Studios,” Mitchell wrote.
Asgard’s Wrath, an upcoming Rift exclusive developed by Sanzaru Games and published by Oculus Studios, was announced last week as a Norse-inspired melee combat game.
With new Oculus Quest demos and some surprises in store, it feels like a good time to take a step back and reflect on where we’ve been and what’s next.
The developer of OrbusVR stated on Twitter that they are “definitely looking into Oculus Quest support“. If Orbus does come to Oculus Quest, it has the potential to massively expand the game’s userbase. Tagged with: MMORPG, Oculus Quest, Orbus, orbus vr, OrbusVR, VR MMO
We’ll have more details to share as we get closer to the event, but rest assured we’ll have demos, tournaments, and a sexy pin.
But what if The Thrill of the Fight simply knew where your arms were, and better yet, you could see them inside of the game?
If you already have a team and would like to be better prepared for the VRespawn Arena or Combat Cup (or any other Echo tournament), one of the best ways to prepare is by finding a mentor who can offer you specific advice and instruction in private matches.
I’m playing alongside seven other VR gamers, transformed into a robo-soldier dropped into a virtual universe where, to survive, we have to reach a power source called Sol. In the physical world, you can find us in two teams of four, blue against orange, deployed in a huge empty hall, wearing backpacks full of computing power and sporting VR goggles, headphones and mics.
Since it doesn’t make sense for something so promising to not take off, I set out to understand why VR gaming is facing such slow adoption from gamers.