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Skydance's Behemoth Adventure Moves Into 2024

Skydance's Behemoth receives a slight name change and a huge delay, pushing the VR adventure into late 2024.

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jznrpg232d ago

It sounds like a mashup of SoTC and Dark Souls in VR. If it even comes close to those games I’m in.

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Most Anticipated VR Games Coming 2024

2023 was a decent year for immersive gaming. Looking ahead, here are our most anticipated VR games due to arrive in 2024.

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The Most Exciting PSVR2 Games to Come

Have you pre-ordered a PlayStation VR 2? Here are some of the most exciting PSVR2 games to come after the launch window.

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Abnor_Mal478d ago

Out of the list of games provided Lo-Fi looks the most interesting to me. It has a retro-futuristic look. I would have liked to see more gameplay, but what was there piqued my interest that I will be looking for more information about the game.

Aliens VR a shooter in that universe is something I’d love to play, unfortunately no video. Hopefully there’ll be something to show soon.

Behemoth, for some reason puts me in the mind of a first person Shadow of the Colossus, shame there wasn’t any real gameplay.

Firewall Ultra looks great, I never really got a chance to fully get into the first game due to the hit and miss tracking of the PSVR camera.

I see myself this generation spending more money on PSVR2 games rather than flat PS5 games and I’m okay with that.

Neonridr477d ago

Lo-Fi definitely has that Blade Runner feel to it.

Abnor_Mal477d ago

That’s the name of the movie but couldn’t remember at the time, and definitely didn’t want to say it has a cyberpunk look to it.

HeartJoy232d ago

I completely understand. Firewall Ultra looks great though and I'm sure it will be a much better experience!

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883478d ago

Lo-Fi definitely looks really interesting. I would actually *really* love to see room scale (which PSVR2 can nicely allow with a the 15 foot tiny cable and self contained tracking - nevermind how the eye tracking could be used here) versions of games *like* Lucas Arts' Monkey Island (series) and original Sierra type (King's Quest, Space Quest, Police Quest, Leisure Suit Larry) games. I believe these types of games would have endless potential/life in VR and were unwittingly made to be the absolute perfect fit for VR exploration and immersion. So many different worlds/eras/stories to enter. There is just so much that can be done, and this is a genre of game that I can see myself in love with for decades and decades due to VR arriving at this level/accessibility. While I like a lot of them, I hope developers do not feel forced to make all things VR about "thrill" experiences.

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Why You Should be Excited for Behemoth on PSVR2

There are some great VR games coming in 2023. Here's why you should be especially excited for Behemoth on PSVR2.

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SullysCigar488d ago (Edited 488d ago )

Early days, obviously, but this is probably my most anticipated game. If you haven't watched the trailer, go watch it.

I'm getting Shadow of the Colossus vibes, but you're actually climbing the beasts in VR. Little Skyrim undertones maybe. Can't wait to find out more and see PSVR2 gameplay.

EDIT: I just checked and the trailer is embedded in the article!