Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:47pm 29/03/16 | 0 Comments
For those of you who dabble in some light international arms trading to earn extra cash, right now you're probably staring down at a freshly opened Oculus Rift box. And quietly marveling at how a small and barely noticeable headset could serve as a gateway to the wonderful world of virtual reality. Or not. Even though VR headsets actually look like the helmets from Tom Cruise is The Top Gun, the gateway stuff is all true. Honest. One of the many launch titles for the Oculus Rift, is the great looking RPG Chronos. Check it out.
And sure, the trailer can't sell the immersion that comes from experiencing the game in a detailed virtual space, but it can sell the wonderful art style.
What sort of game is Chronos? Well, its beign described as an adventure game and RPG hybrid, where exploration is key. Take it away developers,
"One of the cool things about VR is that you're just in this world, enjoying it, looking around and doing stuff, and with Chronos we want to encourage people to stop, look around, think and enjoy themselves," said David Adams, President of Gunfire Games. "There are so many inspirations for Chronos, but overall the experience is a mixture of puzzles, a great RPG, and a great adventure with exploration and combat," Adams continued. "Style-wise we wanted to really capture the feel of a fairytale while still being anchored in the real world, because things are more fantastical when they are in relation to things that are normal."
Chronos is available on the Oculus Store and rated comfortable. Which is apparently a thing now.