VR is amazing! For anybody who has
experienced some of the latest titles that take full advantage of VR
and Touch Controllers, it is a very unique and immersive experience.
However, Chaotic Fusion realized something with regards to the VR
marketplace: a lack of full-length content and variety. While some of
the games and demos available on the various VR marketplaces provide
wonderful and immersive experiences, many of them are very short.
The Poisoned Pawn not only promises to be one of the very first
full-length VR experiences of its type, but it is presented in a genre
that VR was truly meant to be in: the first person, point and click
adventure genre. But, we are replacing ``point and click`` with ``grab
With full VR and touch support (with plans to have this experience
available on many of the most popular VR hardware platforms*) The
Poisoned Pawn will provide players with a truly immersive experience.
Walk, run or crawl your way through the environments. Interact with
objects on a level never before experienced. Immerse yourself in a rich
and detailed futuristic, cyberpunk world where your skills as an
observer and investigator will help you through your cases!
* Currently only Oculus and Oculus Touch are supported. Vive support will depend on future development and dev kit access, etc.
Wow first time hearing about this. I have been trying to
recreate Tex murphy office in under the killing moon for the last few months in
It is hard to put the finger on why Under Killing Moon was
such a great world forming kind of game. A lot of it had to do with the narration,
literally everything you saw Tex had something to say about it; it was all
interesting and that’s how you found out about the world you were in. For
example you open a drawer and you see a stamp and tex explains how it is his
last stamp and how they coast $300 per stamp which lets you know you might be
in a kind of society that is falling apart; than you pick up a book on the desk
and he says something like blank was the first mutant to publish a book,
letting you know there might also be some segregation in society.
Found that trailer to be disappointing, not only was it just
some generic space station you never even heard Tex speak about anything. Under
The killing was one of the first if not the first game to try to create 3d environment
to explorer. It would not have been a bad idea at all to just recreate that
game in splendid VR environments.
Yes, exactly! Bring on more Dead Secret games but with better graphics and larger budgets. Speaking of which where is the Dead Secret sequel?
Zenbane said:it is presented in a genre that VR was truly meant to be in: the first person, point and click adventure genre.