UploadVR Praises Paper Beasts for its Looks

Upload VR praised Pixel Reef‘s Paper Beasts, the upcoming PSVR exploration game where players set foot in an unexplored, artificial world and form delicate bonds with emotionally-stirring creatures. Set for release later in 2019, the game was brought to life by the same developer of the acclaimed 1991 classic Another World, Eric Chahi. “Paper Beast looks both remarkably different […]

Kotaku Shares Paper Beast Interview with Legendary Creator Éric Chahi

Kotaku recently interviewed the creator of Paper Beast, a playful exploration game from Éric Chahi, the legendary designer behind Another World and From Dust, coming to PlayStation VR this year. Éric had this to say about creating Paper Beast: From the beginning, we decided to create a VR game”, Chahi says. “We have this desire to explore a new way of interaction. It […]

Gizmodo Highlights VR Freeplay Area at PAX Aus

Campbell Simpson of Gizmodo highlighted the addition of the VR Freeplay area at PAX Aus. PAX Aus attendees experienced the latest and greatest VR hardware in the freeplay area which had PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. The VR Freeplay area also had three-directional treadmills allow players to walk and run on a stationary […]

Symphony of the Machine Makes Mashable’s Top 5 Upcoming Indie VR Games From PAX Australia

“Using a mirror to change the direction of a light beam, the game’s motions feel quite natural — something the studio worked hard at,” says Ariel Bogle of Mashable, praising Symphony of the Machine’s smooth controls. Symphony of the Machine, a VR puzzle game where players manipulate a mysterious tower to control the weather and […]

PlayStation Lifestyle Covers Symphony of the Machine’s Q1 2017 Launch Window

PlayStation Lifestyle’s Jason Dunning wrote that Stirfire Studios VR puzzle game, Symphony of the Machine, is coming to PlayStation VR and HTC Vive in early 2017. To read the full article, please visit: http://www.playstationlifestyle.net/2016/10/10/symphony-machine-launching-q1-2017-playstation-vr/