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Longtime PlayStation fans will likely be pleased to see which title raked in the most overall votes, but many will be surprised by the degree by which it dominated. Popular categories like Best Narrative and Best PS4 Game showcase how last year’s polls became a battleground for titans. There are also some fun surprises in there, too, such as the stylish winner of Best PS VR Experience, Best Independent Game, and more.
The VR experience of Hikaru Utada’s concert, “Hikaru Utada Laughter in the Dark Tour 2018 – ‘Hikari’ & ‘Chikai’ – VR” was filmed on Wednesday, November 7, at Yokohama Arena. The equipment for filming the VR scenes was brought in the day before, followed by elaborate rehearsals and the recording of two songs: “Simple and Clean” (the theme song of Kingdom Hearts) and “Don’t Think Twice” (the ending theme song of Kingdom Hearts III).
Today, in the first of a series of three videos, we offer you a look at the Farewell Wilderness, the setting for Days Gone, a unique landscape that is as beautiful as it is dangerous.
In the world of Wandersong, everything was once sung into existence by the almighty goddess Eya. And every epoch or so, she sings a new song to reset reality — effectively ending the universe. That’s just the way it goes! But you play as a bard whose goal is to stop the world from being erased, by collecting pieces of the mysterious Earthsong.
YIIK is a Japanese-style RPG that follows the journey of Alex, who witnesses a woman vanish from an elevator in the late ’90s. Alex summons a band of misfits from the Internet to search for the woman and the truth behind her disappearance, which leads them towards a surreal new millennium filled with brain-bending dungeons and turn-based combat driven by minigames.
Rolling into Brand Central are eight new vehicles, from 50’s classic open-top roadsters to enthusiast Japanese Coupés.
The basic concept for Eden-Tomorrow was born several years ago, but as a realistic, fully CGI sci-fi movie. I knew that completing such a project was about as realistic as building my own space station, but that didn’t stop me from trying. We produced an elaborate trailer with the last of my own savings. The film wasn’t produced, but I couldn’t shake the idea.
Before actually boarding your fighter jet, the Project Aces team placed a tangible importance on convincing the player that you’re about to experience something wholly unique in an alternate reality. You’ll get an up close and personal look at your aircraft, see your maintenance crew wave you off into the wild blue yonder as you approach takeoff position, and experience 360 degrees of freedom as you fly above the clouds.
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