Independent videogame developer and publisher Oasis Games is bringing three PlayStation VR titles to showcase at the 5th annual BitSummit festival in Kyoto, Japan. Light Tracer, debuting at the event, has been confirmed for release on PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
Virtual reality (VR) puzzle adventure Light Tracer will formed part of the showcase of titles, attendees at BitSummit got an early look at the gameply of the videogame, which is being developed for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Light Tracer is story-driven puzzler adventure title which has some similarities with Ico, only with some unique VR features; perspective is key as some puzzle solutions lie in the way the player looks at things. The aim is to guide a princess up an ancient Babylonian tower as part of a quest to save her country, which has fallen victim to some mysterious malaise. A release date for the title has not yet been confirmed.
Dying: Reborn is making it’s debut in Japan as part of the showcase. Dying: Reborn is another puzzle title, although this one has a dark horror theme. Users must find, collect and use items to unlock the mystery of the place they are trapped in to escape the spooky, mysterious rooms. Dying: Reborn is already available for PlayStation VR in North America and Europe, with some limited availability in Asia.
The third VR title on show is Weeping Doll, a creepy horror story where dolls can come alive and reflect the dark emotions of the children that own them. Exploration and puzzle-solving make up the gameplay and the spooky depths of the storyline are slowly revealed. Similar to Dying: Reborn, Weeping Doll is already out in North America, Europe and some countries in Asia.