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Chernobyl VR Project
Chernobyl VR Project

Simulation 27 September 2016

Chernobyl VR Project is an extraordinary exploration game, which utilizes virtual reality to take the players into the ruins of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, as well as the city of Pripyat. Chernobyl VR Project has been developed by The Farm 51 – the studio known for such games as Get Even, Deadfall Adventures, Painkiller: Hell & Damnation or the NecroVision series. This is an interactive story of the fate that befell the citizens of the city, and areas around the power plant, most severely affected with the disaster. Instead of fighting mutants, the player roams the desolate locations and examines encountered items, left behind by the inhabitants in 1986. Thanks to Virtual Reality technology, as well as other modern techniques, such as 3D scanning, Chernobyl VR Project offers extremely pretty graphics and moving experiences – especially since the developers have based their game on the account of eye-witnesses of the terrible event, as well as journalists (including the Nobel Prize laureate – Svetlana Alexievich) in order to produce a game as faithful to history as virtually possible.

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X

Party 24 March 2016

The seventh installment in the arcade music game series by SEGA. To play the game you need a good sense of rhythm and quick fingers to push the buttons appearing on screen. As usual, the main characters are the virtual vocalists, Miku Hatsune being the most prominent. Their digital voices are generated by professional music software, which has been used by fans to create thousands of songs from many genres; several dozens of them make an appearance in the game. Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X is the first title in the series featuring a story campaign, in which you help Miku and other characters discover the digital idol world. As the game progresses, you unlock new cutscenes and events, similar to the previous installments. The production features several hundreds of outfits and accessories for the characters, and completing an outfit matching a song gets you a bonus. Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X utilizes the same graphic engine as the other games in the franchise, although its visuals are better.

Don't Knock Twice
Don't Knock Twice

Adventure 05 September 2017

A horror game developed by the independent studio Wales Interactive, which was inspired by an urban legend of a demonic witch. The protagonist, searching for her lost daughter, is led to a grim mansion that hides a dark secret. In Don’t Knock Twice, the action is presented from the first-person perspective, while the gameplay is focused on exploration of the vast house in search of carefully hidden hints as well as fighting encountered opponents with the use of various items. In case of powerful enemies, the protagonist has to flee, and with caution, in order not to be attacked by surprise — the game is full of so-called jump scares. The production is characterized by high-quality three-dimensional graphics and an atmospheric soundtrack. Moreover, the title supports VR headsets but doesn’t require them in order to work.

Paper Beast
Paper Beast

Adventure March 2020

An exploratory adventure game in which we find ourselves in an alternative reality created from data stored on the server. Paper Beast gives us a wide world at our disposal, which we explore without looking at any targets imposed from above.

A Fisherman's Tale
A Fisherman's Tale

Adventure 22 January 2019

Unusual production that allows players to explore complex - and not necessarily surrendering to the laws of physics - three-dimensional environments. The title was created with virtual reality technology in mind.

Spider-Man: Homecoming VR
Spider-Man: Homecoming VR

Action 30 June 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming VR is an arcade action game developed by Sony Pictures Virtual Reality as a part of the promotional campaign for the Spider-Man: Homecoming film. We play as the titular super hero. Our job is to test the new suit and new web slingers that were given to us by Stark Industries. The fact that Vulture breaths down our back only complicates things. In the end we will be forced to face him. The game is made of a series of challenges that test our aim, reflexes, and observation skills. We will be using all kinds of spider web while doing them. We use it to shoot at static and moving objects, move and throw environmental objects, and travel across the roofs of New York’s skyscrapers. We observe the action from a first-person perspective. Spider-Man: Homecoming VR is a virtual reality game that requires VR goggles to be playable and is free-to-play.

Bravo Team
Bravo Team

Action 06 March 2018

A first-person shooter developed by Supermassive Games. The title was created for the PlayStation VR set. The plot of Bravo Team takes place in a fictional East European country. The player assumes the role of a member of the titular military squad and is tasked with escorting the president. When the situation becomes dire and a coup starts, the protagonist and his companion are tasked with saving the country. The action is presented by using a first-person perspective and the gameplay focuses on battles against numerous enemies in vivid, urban areas. During the battles the player uses mostly a machine gun and hides behind covers. The title features a simple tactical aspect: the player must coordinate his actions with his companion and, for example, use suppressive fire to cover his friend.

Firmament
Firmament

Adventure 2020

Steampunk adventure from the creators of the Myst. Players enter a fantastic world that travels with a deceased mentor and a flying mechanical companion.

I'm Hungry
I'm Hungry

Simulation 03 July 2019

A simulator that allows players to take on the role of a gastronomic stand employee. The production has been prepared with virtual reality technology and motion controllers in mind and offers several levels with various challenges. The title was developed by Winking Entertainment.

A-Train Express
A-Train Express

Strategy 07 June 2019

Published on PlayStation 4, another installment of the A-Train series by Japanese developer ARTDINK. The production is based on The Train Giant (A-Train 9) for PC, but it can be easily controlled with a DualShock 4, and additionally, it supports PlayStation VR. During the game, you assume the role of a manager of a transportation company. The objective is to build and maintain a network of urban transportation and expand the metropolis. Therefore, the player puts up stops, constructs railways, builds roads, and more. The game offers two new game modes – Map Construction Mode and Driving Mode. The first one consists of creating a map for a new metropolis, and in the second, the player drives cars, small boats, and – naturally – trains. There are over 200 models of them, including the bullet train Shinkansen. A-Train Express features tutorial videos for those less experienced.

Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul
Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul

Adventure 15 August 2017

Paranormal Activity: Lost Souls is a first-person horror adventure game. It was developed by VRWerx and based on the Paranormal Activity horror movies. We play as a person who got stuck in a haunted house, just like the characters in the movies. To survive, we will have to discover the house's secret and find out what creatures want to kill us. Gameplay in Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul is based on the standard formula used in many other horror adventure games. During our adventures, we mostly explore the haunted house and solve simple riddles and puzzles to push the story forward. Fear is an inseparable element of the game. It can be struck into our us in many ways: by the automatically moving objects, by the disturbing sounds coming from many places, or by the classic jump scares. We will have to pay much attention to the battery supply for our flashlight. Without it, we won't be able to see anything. The game is powered by Unreal Engine 4, but its visuals are rather mediocre in terms of quality. However, the game's audio deserves to be mentioned, as it builds the suggestive and dreadful atmosphere of Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul.

Hatsune Miku VR
Hatsune Miku VR

Arcade 08 March 2018

A spin-off of the music/rhythm game franchise, developed by Crypton Future Media. Unlike the previous installments, Hatsune Miku VR was produced for VR headgear and dedicated motion controllers, which required implementing changes in the gameplay.

Star Wars: Battlefront - Rogue One: X-Wing VR Mission
Star Wars: Battlefront - Rogue One: X-Wing VR Mission

Action 06 December 2016

A free expansion for Star Wars: Battlefront, available only on PS4 with PlayStation VR. In contrast to the basic version of the game, X-Wing VR Mission is not a shooter in which the player controls various characters. Instead, the DLC the player takes control of the titular starfighter and participates in a large-scale space battle. A space destroyer, among other spacecrafts, also participates in the battle. The player must not only control the vehicle, but shoot various opponents as well. Thanks to the VR technology, the player can feel like a real X-Wing pilot. The action is shown from a first-person perspective and during the game the player can freely look around the cockpit that was recreated with details and precision.

Rigs: Mechanized Combat League
Rigs: Mechanized Combat League

Arcade 13 October 2016

A first-person shooter by Guerllia Games, developed for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR. The action of Rigs: Mechanized Combat League takes place in the future, and the players take part in the eponymous futuristic sport tournament, sitting in the cockpits of armored mechs and fighting one another on special arenas. Generally, the gameplay combines elements of arena FPS with basketball. The participants compete for points which are scored where they manage to jump through a big band at the right moment. To achieve this, though, it is necessary to clear the way to the goal with the use of the available weapons. At the same time, we have to prevent the enemy from reaching our own goal. There are 20 kinds of fast and agile mechs at players’ disposal. Each of these is suited for slightly different sort of play. The game features a single player campaign but multiplayer matches remain at its core.

RollerCoaster Tycoon Joyride
RollerCoaster Tycoon Joyride

Simulation 23 October 2018

Spin-off of Rollercoaster Tycoon series, which allows us not only to build our own roller coaster track, but also.... experience it on our own skin. This production can be played normally, or with the use of the goggles of the virtual reality of PlayStation VR. Nvizzio Creations studio is responsible for its creation.

Killing Floor: Incursion
Killing Floor: Incursion

Action 16 August 2017

A spin-off to Killing Floor, an FPS series developed by Tripwire Interactive. The game was made for Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch controllers. In Killing Floor: Incursion we play as a soldier of an elite unit, Horzine Security Forces, who along with their companions must face Zeds, a type of zombie known by fans of the series. The game is an FPS with very arcade gameplay. Our goal is to eliminate everything that moves and doesn't look like a human. To accomplish this task we use various weapons (including knives, pistols, etc.) which can be found while we are exploring the locations that contain secrets about Zeds' origin. The graphics are slightly worse than in Killing Floor 2, however, when compared to other VR games, they still look good.

DriveClub VR
DriveClub VR

Racing 13 October 2016

A special version of Drive Club, the racing game developed in 2014 by Evolution studio, members of which became part of Codemasters Software after their previous studio was disbanded. This edition was created for virtual reality goggles. In the game the player controls various sport cars which participate in races against other players or AI-controlled opponents. Thanks to the use of VR technology, the action is observed from the eyes of the driver who is sitting in the vehicle and can freely look around. In general, Drive Club VR is very similar to the original version of the game, but the developers added some new features. Completely new, urban tracks were added, sound was improved and the game now has a special mode which allows the player to examine car models from all sides, similarly as in ForzaVista mode known from the Forza Motorsport series.

SUPERHOT VR
SUPERHOT VR

Action 06 December 2016

A special edition of the unusual Polish game, SUPERHOT, developed specifically for virtual reality devices and dedicated movement controllers. The game’s most prominent feature (same as in the original) is the fact that in SUPERHOT VR, time flows only when the player moves. Contrary to the original, however, the player cannot move freely around the environment; instead, they are teleported to another section of the level after clearing the current section of all enemies. Mechanically, the game is focused entirely on swift dispatching of enemies, which are done in with just one shot or hit. In order for the game not to be too easy, the protagonist has virtually no health points – they key to success in to plan every move and skillfully utilize every available resource. The player can resort to bare fists, firearms, shurikens and other items (such as frying pans, which can be used as shields).

Firewall: Zero Hour
Firewall: Zero Hour

Action 28 August 2018

A tactical shooter developed for PlayStation VR headset and online battles. Firewall: Zero Hour features skirmished between two teams of four players, who must cooperate in order to defend or capture laptops with a classified data.

Soviet Lunapark VR
Soviet Lunapark VR

Action 23 July 2018

A first-person shooter game, set on an island full of retro-futuristic inventions created in the alternate Soviet Union. In Soviet Lunapark VR, you try to escape a facility controlled by rogue machines and zombies.

Groundhog Day: Like Father Like Son
Groundhog Day: Like Father Like Son

Adventure 17 September 2019

Groundhog Day: Like Father Like Son is a comedy adventure that follows on from The Day of the Whisker. The game boils down to exploring the world and dealing with agility and logic challenges. Production requires a VR device.

Transference
Transference

Adventure 18 September 2018

A psychological thriller adventure game developed by Funhouse (a division of Ubisoft Montreal) in cooperation with SpectreVision. The title debuted on multiple gaming platforms, but only PC and PlayStation 4 versions support virtual reality goggles and dedicated motion controllers. In Transference the player is tasked with solving a mystery of a family whose members are facing various obsessions. The player will attempt to help them by entering their minds and examining their memories recreated in virtual reality. During the game the player will discover their secrets and weaknesses and he will obtain evidence that can be used in various ways. It is worth mentioning that the story is non-linear, and its ending depends on the decisions made by the player.

Bound
Bound

Arcade 16 August 2016

An experimental, three-dimensional platformer offering an abstract, alluring game world. Bound is the third project developed by Plastic - a Polish team popular for a dark adventure game Datura and an artistic logic game Linger in Shadows. Similar to these titles, Bound was created exclusively for PlayStation 4 and it was developed in cooperation with Sony Santa Monica (the God of War series). Although the game is hard to classify, calling it simply a three-dimensional platformer is a relatively accurate description. Special emphasis was placed on puzzle solving, which is done together with other players. When creating the game world, the developers were inspired by works of abstract art from the beginning of the twentieth century - the player observes lively colors contrasting with one another, as well as simple blocks the virtual environments are made of. Additionally, certain elements of the in-game world are generated procedurally. Motion-capture techniques with the participation of Maria Udod (a professional, Russian dancer) were used in creation of character animations for the game.

Moss
Moss

Arcade 27 February 2018

A three-dimensional platform game developed by Sony. The title was designed for PlayStation VR. Moss invites the players to a fantasy fairytale-like world, in which a mysterious stone awakens an ancient creature. A mouse hero named Quill is trying to face the threat. In order to succeed, she embarks on a dangerous journey through forests, dungeons and caves filled with riddles. The title is inspired by classic 3D platform games and focuses on exploration, beating environmental obstacles, solving puzzles and fighting enemies. The game fully supports VR technology and offers colorful, climatic graphics.

Mars Alive
Mars Alive

Adventure 18 June 2019

A survival game inspired by the film The Martian, in which we play the role of one of the colonizers fighting for survival on the Red Planet and trying to find a way to leave it. Mars Alive has been prepared with a view to the sets of virtual reality that it requires to work.

Track Lab
Track Lab

Simulation 22 August 2018

A music creation tool, in which we can use an extensive set of sounds to compose rock, hip-hop, techno and trance songs.