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"UnderCurrent" bringing deep sea exploration to the Oculus Rift

If nothing else, the Oculus Rift looks like a great tool for getting a face full of atmospheric alien worlds. And what world could be more alien than the underwater portion of our own? It’s got it all: violence, oppressive tension, gross tentacle monsters. And that’s not even counting whatever the hell is going on with Anglerfish. Recognising the strange delights that lurk in the depths, a team of UK students are building a Rift supported under-the-sea exploration game, called UnderCurrent.

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Snookies121194d ago

This would be so freaking awesome with the Rift, and a set of headphones...

Donnieboi1194d ago

Good lawd man, you've got a whole lotta bubbles!

Snookies121194d ago

Yeah, I'm honestly not sure why... XD

I guess people have just liked what I've said on here for the most part. It also helps that I've posted 4532 comments. 4533 now... Lol!

ThatDamnGeordie1193d ago

Seriously cant wait for a version of the rift with full 1080P, il buy it straight away...... i could just imagine ARMA 3, BF4 etc, first person driving sims and possibly even just general puzzle games........ wish the VR generation would hurry up!.

FlyingFoxy1193d ago (Edited 1193d ago )

Gotta make sure i keep up with a high end gfx card.. for 1080p you need to have them 60fps as often as possible, but if things are going to render in 3D then it's double the strain.. i hope Oculus Rift doesn't run as bad as when people use multi monitor setups.