The behind the PixelJunk games, which I loved and spent plenty of time with over on the Playstation 3, have now entered the VR market with Dead Hungry. The question is did this game fill my apatite or leave me wanted seconds?
Ever wanted to take on other players in anti-gravity combat, well with use and the power of HTC Vive this can now be possible. I wasn’t sure when I received the code whether Skyfront was going to bring any sort of campaign on single player experience with it, but from what I played it all seems to multiplayer. However, this is not a problem because what the game is trying it do it really doesn’t require any sort of single player.
Space Pirates and Zombies 2 has been released after around a six year gap from when the original one was released. This time round it is playable in two formats… your standard PC format or via VR on the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift. For the VR section of this hands-on I have been playing the HTC Vive version.
I play some Dead Hungry on the Playstation VR, a game by the team who brought you all the Pixel Junk games. This is my first time playing the game, so I get on with the tutorial and the first 3 levels (with a few fails).