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  • Wipeout, Star Trek, Resident Evil, More Discounted In PSVR EU Summer Sale
    Wipeout, Star Trek, Resident Evil, More Discounted In PSVR EU Summer Sale

    Sony Europe is holding its PS4 summer sale a little later than most this year, but there’s still some great deals on PSVR games that you won’t want to miss.

    Probably the best offer of the bunch is Wipeout: Omega Collection, which is down to £12.99. This excellent sci-fi racer got full PSVR support earlier this year and is easily one of the best reasons to own a headset at this point in time. There’s full standard display support too, should you need it.

    Resident Evil 7’s Gold Edition is also down to £24.99. That’s still quite pricey, but don’t forget this edition of the game includes all of the content from the season pass as well as a brand new campaign added on at the end of 2017 (and yet another campaign that was released for free, too). Again, it has optional PSVR support and is absolutely one of the best games on the system right now.

    Other than that, there’s a handful of decent offerings, though we’re expecting a wider sale to launch later in the day. Now that it’s been patched to resemble something half-decent you might want to give Bravo Team a try at £12.49, though remember it’s best played with the Aim Controller. Madcap tie-in, Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-Ality is also just £13.49 now and Star Trek: Bridge Crew hits its usual sales price of £15.99.

    If you’re looking to make a real saving then entertaining shooting range, Lethal VR, is just £3.99, and Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV is down all the way to £7.99. Or how about ace indie puzzler, Statik, for £4.89, The Lost Bear for £3.99 and The Invisible Hours for £11.99?

    That should be enough to keep you busy for the next few weeks.

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  • VR Helps Medical Students Understand the Impact of Dementia VR simulations put students in the shoes of patients with dementia.
  • David Ewalt: VR Is Here to Stay Writer and journalist David Ewalt comments about the state of the VR market.
  • Smithsonian American Art Museum Exhibition Comes to VR Sansar and Intel team with Smithsonian to present No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man exhibition in VR.
  • Star Trek: Bridge Crew The Next Generation DLC Out Now for PC VR Headsets Beam the The Next Generation content to your headset now.
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  • Next Generation DLC Comes To All Star Trek: Bridge Crew Platforms
    Next Generation DLC Comes To All Star Trek: Bridge Crew Platforms

    The Next Generation expansion to Star Trek: Bridge Crew is now available on PC platforms after launching in May on PS4 and PSVR.

    The expansion is selling for around $15 on the Oculus store on top of the base game at $40. The expansion is also expected to launch today on Steam with support for Rift, Vive and Windows-based VR headsets.

    Bridge Crew allows up to four players to occupy various roles on the bridge of a starfleet vessel with cross-play support connecting players on different platforms, both inside VR and on traditional screens. The original game included controls and environments themed to match Star Trek: The Original Series and the recent films, but many fans requested The Next Generation.

    Today, dreams are coming true for some Star Trek fans.

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  • Review: The Persistence The sci-fi horror cleverly uses rogue-like elements to ratchet up the tension and offer a well-crafted experience.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Host Live VR Show at Comic-Con

    Nickelodeon let you talk to Michelangelo and Donatello. Select fans got a surprise they weren’t expecting when they put on a VR headset to check out the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle experience at Comic-Con. Instead of just dropping into a pre-recorded VR experience, users got to conduct a live interview with Mikey or Donnie

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  • Enjoy 360 Action in Mission: Impossible – Fallout’s new Ad Campaign Sit beside Tom Cruise as he performs some perilous stunts.
  • SIGGRAPH 2018 Expands Its VR Showcase With New ‘Immersive Pavilion’ In Vancouver

    One of the world’s largest computer graphics conventions will unveil multiple rooms of never-been-seen-before experiences next month. There are three ways to introduce a person to a new idea. The first is to describe how the concept works, the second is to illustrate its function through a killer app, and the third is to let

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  • Multiplayer Mode Teased for AR Fishing Game Bait! Under the Surface You'll be able to fish with mates anywhere.
  • SoKrispyMedia Launches ‘Daydreams’ Series With Video Game Vehicle SoKrispyMedia have worked with Google and MWM to produce the first in a series of 360 degree short films.
  • Koliseum Soccer VR Teases Player Look Update The giant robot football players are getting an overhaul in upcoming update.
  • BattlegroupVR Is A VR Space Strategy Game Played In First-Person
    BattlegroupVR Is A VR Space Strategy Game Played In First-Person

    Were you hoping Star Trek: Bridge Crew’s strategic missions were a bit, well more strategic? Well then BattlegroupVR may be for you.

    Battlegroup is an in-depth space strategy game in which you play as the commander that orders their fleet from the comfort of a capital ship. In the game, you’ll need to hire and then train captains to lead vessels into battle, which you’ll watch unfold in real-time via a holographic interface. You’ll use motion controls to issue commands like movement and attack orders.

    Impressively, you’ll also be able to see your ships moving outside of your ship. Huge space battles unfold right before your eyes, and it’s not long before things descend into anarchy. The ship models in particular are strikingly detailed. If you lose ships, there’s a high likelihood that their captain will go with them. Each captain will have individual skills, so it’s a good idea to keep them alive. Ships, meanwhile, can also be upgraded with unique weapons and more.

    If you’re interested in the game then the developer is currently keeping a Devlog series running on its official website, where you can also sign up to a newsletter.

    It’s early days for the game right now, having only been revealed earlier in July, but it’s still looking promising. No release date yet, but the game is set to arrive on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

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