Now available on Oculus Quest, players will witness some of their mind’s darkest thoughts as a fully wireless, room-scale horror experience provides seemingly endless creepy halls to explore. Dungeons and puzzles are haunted by mysterious and unexplained demonic presence taking various forms. And regardless if it’s broad daylight or the middle of the night, you will feel the dread and fright of what’s unseen and waiting to be found as you walk around your room within a place which really convinces you it is real and terrorizes your senses with alarm and alert.
SUPERHOT is a name that many gamers are likely familiar with at this point. Although it has been a highly successful title, across multiple platforms, this game has humble roots. In fact it was first created during the 2013 7DFPS (7 Day FPS Challenge) Game Jam. After that it went on to become a web browser game in September of that year but didn’t appear in the form people know it today until its Windows release on February 2016.
Since those days, SUPERHOT has matured and enjoys a platform-agnostic existence across the Xbox, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Mac OS X, and even Linux. VR support came in the form of SUPERHOT VR which is available on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR. There’s even a standalone expansion serving as a roguelike spin-off called SUPERHOT Mind, Control, Delete.
The newest version of this popular experimental shooter game recently released for the Oculus Quest, which itself has taken the gaming world by storm as it’s the first VR headset to not require a PC / Mobile device. In this review we will evaluate how the experience translates on a VR headset which houses its own screen, processor, RAM, etc. to find out just how premium it feels.
Bonfire is a quaint virtual reality interactive experience starring Ali Wong and developed by Emmy-winning VR/AR producer Baobab Studios. Each person may react to this differently, but with Quest currently still awaiting a lot of its best content – many gamers may be eyeing up this virtual experience as well. Gamers like value-buys, and likely want to know if it’s worth the asking price.
If you haven’t heard of it yet, the Oculus Quest is a VR headset which has its own processor, ram, graphics, and storage housed within an inside-out tracking visor and comes with two wireless Oculus Touch controllers. The system does not require any trackers, performs at room-scale or stationary, and uses the Oculus eco-system with cross-compatibility to many PC VR games, apps, and services. Stay Tuned to RealGamerNewZ for our Full Review of Oculus Quest which is coming soon.
If you already have an Oculus Quest, good news! There have been a bunch of new game announcements surrounding the product. Here are a few highlights we’d like to share with the audience and VR enthusiasts out there, courtesy of E3 2019.