1Perp Games and Winking Entertainment announced in a recent Press Release they will be continuing their partnership through 2018 as they prepare two brand new physical release titles.
According to VP of Winking Entertainment, Ran Wang, when discussing the continued partnership with Perp Games, “Perp Games is doing an excellent job in releasing VR games physically. We are very excited to continue the partnership with Perp Games and bring our new games to more players.”
Unearthing Mars 2: The Ancient War and Paper Dolls will be the next set of titles the partnership brings to physical stores. According to the latest Press Release, these titles were described as follows:
Unearthing Mars 2: The Ancient War is a futuristic FPS which supports the PSVR Aim Controller and features epic boss battles and super powers.
Following on from the original game, players have six weapons to choose from, with the option to gather special, rare weapons later on.
Using the Sharp Focus ability, players can slow down time and exploit enemy weaknesses in order to defeat them in the quickest amount of time possible.
The game’s epic boss battles will also offer unique quirks and nuances as the player fights against enemies of all types.
Paper Dolls is a first person VR Horror adventure which sees players search for their daughter, uncovering more about the Qing Dynasty.
As players cling to their survival, so they learn more about an omnipresent enemy lingering throughout an eerie, ancient house.
With a fifteen hour campaign, unique movement design, and a fascinating collaboration of music, Paper Dolls is shaping up to be one of the most intriguing and terrifying VR Horror releases to date.
I’m not as familiar with these companies, nor have I had prolonged exposure to the VR catalogue of games. That said, I’m happy to see the continuous push into the VR realm of video games and entertainment, and it’s great partnerships are still able to stive despite the relatively small install base for VR games. What do you think of the latest announcements? Let us know in the comments below!