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Submitted by Menashe 463d ago | news

Oculus Rift’s highest-profile game- “The Gallery: Six Elements”- may come to Wii U

Nintendo Enthusiast:

There are many games that have begun to add Oculus Rift support, but only one that was built from the ground up to create a virtual reality experience that amplifies the level of immersion in the game. The Gallery: Six Elements has become almost a poster child for the potential of the Oculus Rift, and now it may be coming to Wii U to offer a second unique way of experiencing the game. (PC, The Gallery: Six Elements, Wii U)

Donnieboi  +   463d ago
Yo this actually looks pretty awesome! Watch the video inside the article.
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Mecca4  +   463d ago
Why should it, it won't save the console
Theyellowflash30  +   463d ago
Agreed, that task is reserved for Smash Bros, Mario Kart, Zelda, Xenoblade, Bayonetta 2, Fire Emblem, and Metroid.
SaxScrotumz  +   463d ago
Help fund? NO. Play? YES.

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