Skyrim released today on Playstation VR. The VR version manages to capture the game’s scale and beauty in astounding new ways, but you might need to equip a barf bag alongside your ancient nordic axe.
Blood & Truth is an upcoming James Bond-style PlayStation VR shooter announced today at Paris Games Week. The player is Ryan Marks, a Special Forces soldier who lives in modern London and hunts criminals in the dark gangster underworld. No release date has been announced.
Rayark’s hit music game Deemo is getting reborn on the PlayStation 4. Tentatively titled Deemo Reborn, the new rhythm action game reimagines the original in full 3D, complete with VR support. There’s no release date info yet, but there is a teaser trailer.
In a move that surprise no one, curvy ninja spin-off game Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash now has PlayStation VR support thanks to today’s patch.
Starting today, Andrew House is no longer the President and Chief Executive Officer of Sony Interactive Entertainment. He is being replaced by Deputy President John Kodera.
The newly updated PlayStation VR headset features a revamped design with some welcomed changes like integrated stereo headphone cables and an updated processor.
Released this month, Bionik’s $49.99 Mantis headphones add relatively good quality integrated audio to PlayStation VR. They snap on easy, feature soft padded ear cups, and—best of all—make PSVR users look just a little bit more like insectoid space warriors.
In the upcoming VR game Moss, tiny hero Quill uses squeaks and various non-verbal cues to communicate with the player. On August 2, Polyarc animator Rick Lico tweeted a test clip of the mouse issuing a greeting using American Sign Language (ASL). The response was overwhelming.
If anything, the PlayStation VR headset makes an excellent TV prop. In episode seven of the current season of Syfy’s comic book-based space drama, Dark Matter, Six (Roger Cross) finds himself trapped inside a simulation powered by what seems to be ancient PlayStation technology.
I played a lot of make-believe as a child. I’d take my dad’s spare gun holster and draw guns made of air from it, or steal my sister’s cape, emblazoned with an S for her first name, and fly around like Superman. But you reach a point where making pew pew noises becomes gauche. So as an adult, if you want to play make…
Announced during the PlayStation press conference at E3 2017, Moss is a virtual reality action-adventure puzzle game starring a brave mouse named Quill. The player acts as the game’s camera, but they’re also a character in the world. A character with an adorable little rodent friend.
No, this isn’t a Redwall tie-in, but nobody is going to stop you from pretending. This is Moss, an adventure game coming to PlayStation VR.
Tekken 7's PlayStation VR component isn’t so much a game mode as it is interactive theater. It’s got no health bars, simplified controls and a high probability of making your stomach churn.
What makes a good virtual reality first-person shooter? Give me a analog stick to move my feet and a giant plastic PlayStation Aim gun to steer me by. The hordes of alien spiders are optional. Seriously, stop it with the spiders, Farpoint.
Megadimension Neptunia VII, that game in which anime girls are game consoles, is getting a VR version for the PS4. Titled Megadimension Neptunia VIIR (geddit?), it’ll be out this summer in Japan. No word yet on an international release.
PlayStation chief Andrew House told The New York Times late last week that PlayStation VR has sold 915,000 units as of February 19. That puts the device on a path to exceed the company’s goal of one million sold in the first six months.
PS VR horror game Here They Lie is receiving a PS4 and PS4 Pro release tomorrow. On PS VR, Kotaku editor-in-chief Stephen Totilo and editor-at-large Kirk Hamilton found it a little grainy, but scary.
In DOAX3's recently released VR mode, it appears that if you stick your head underwater while looking at a character, here Marie Rose, her bathing suit vanishes.
Wait, what? Isn’t PSVR already out in Japan? You bet it is. And yet, this morning, there were long lines at retailers across the country.