PlayStation VR is making great strides
Last week, Shawn Layden, the President, and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment America revealed that the sales for PlayStation VR reached over one million units. With those kinds of sales, video games must be developed and improved on for the PSVR to succeed and at the PlayStation E3 Press Conference yesterday, new PlayStation VR games were announced.
Blurring the lines between cautious strategy and unbridled mayhem, SUPERHOT is the FPS in which time moves only when you move. No regenerating health bars. No conveniently placed ammo drops. It’s just you, outnumbered and outgunned, grabbing the weapons of fallen enemies to shoot, slice, and maneuver through a hurricane of slow-motion bullets.
Bravo Team (PlayStation VR Exclusive)
This new military first-person shooter (FPS) was introduced for PSVR at this year’s E3, making its debut on Sony’s stage. It looks like a full VR FPS that mixed the team’s knack for storytelling and character building. Previously, the team released a spin-off of its horror series in the popular Until Dawn: Rush of Blood.
Star Child (PlayStation VR Exclusive)
Star Child appears to be set in an alien world, filled with creatures, spaceships and giant robots. The game is certainly visually impressive, but other than we’ve not much to go on. It’s not entirely clear how VR elements will come into play but we can’t wait to find out.
MOSS (PlayStation VR Exclusive)
Upping the adorable stakes for PlayStation VR is a new game from Polyarc. Moss is a game that follows the adventures of a mouse from a top-down camera angle. Though there’s a small amount of combat in the game, it will apparently largely focus on exploration and puzzles.
The Inpatient (PlayStation VR Exclusive)
Another VR title from Supermassive Games is The Inpatient. Rather than a shooter, this game is firmly placed in the psychological horror genre. The game is a first-person title, placing players in the shoes of a patient in a Sanatorium who’s been diagnosed with amnesia.