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Downward Spiral: Prologue Downward Spiral is a VR Specific Game which can be purchased from Steam and found at http://store.steampowered.com/app/574940/ Developed and Published by 3rd Eye Studios Oy LTD. ABOUT THIS GAME (Direct information from Steam Game Link) Downward Spiral: Prologue is inspired by 70’s sci-fi movies and modern TV series; it’s the most immersive journey in VR, has distinct style, intense deathmatch, gunpowder smelling action in zero gravity and mystery you have never experienced before. It’s the first game released using new innovative way of moving freely in VR space without players suffering from motion sickness. Built by award winning industry veterans. Features: -3 game modes: Solo, Co-Op and Deathmatch -Intense Deathmatch in zero gravity for up to 8 players -15-30 minutes long Journey mode, the most immersive journey ever, especially in online in co-op -New Innovative way to move freely in VR without suffering motion sickness -Play with or without room-scale -Music by lead singer and composer of HIM, Ville Valo. Downward Spiral: Prologue is the first installment of very ambitious Downward Spiral Anthology Series. Every game will have different main characters, story and setting but are knitted together with the unsettling backstory which will open episode after episode. Initial Thoughts From RealHorsePlay! Downward Spiral: Prologue is an anti-gravity VR experience. This game does a great job at making you feel like you're in space with both it's design, and the way you have to get around. It's different having to control yourself by pushing off of walls/rails around you, but I enjoy it. Being able to explore an abandoned space station, finding very little here and there, left me curious. I wanted to keep playing and to discover what it was that had happened. Overall, I had a great time with what I was able to play and would go deeper into the game if I could! My only personal issue is that my body is not used to the movement that you have to do in this game. When your brain knows it's standing, but the eyes make it think that it's moving, can feel a little weird at first. I think this is a great game! Check out RealHorsePlay on Social Media YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjwryqmZtOCVHDXjTidBYYw Twitter - https://twitter.com/RealHorsePlay Once again - You can find this awesome game over at http://store.steampowered.com/app/574940/ If you have a VR Set - We recommend this game as one you should own! Be sure to check out the developer's website over at http://www.3rdeyestudios.fi/ for any up dates or new releases!
Thanks for checking out another Team Phoenix event! On Sunday March 4th OSD Team Phoenix teamed up with VR Junkies AZ to bring Mandatory VR fun to our Veterans, Active Duty and their families. What is VR Junkies? VR Junkies AZ is a Virtual Reality Arcade. Travel the world, fight zombies or aliens, create 3-D art and more! What is Virtual Reality? the computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment that can be interacted with in a seemingly real or physical way by a person using special electronic equipment, such as a helmet with a screen inside or gloves fitted with sensors. The team was about 50/50 on who has played and has not played before, so we took turns on the arcade games before diving in to the Zombie shooter. After some practice, we all started playing Arizona Sunshine, the Zombie shooter on 4 person coop. This was the funniest game and so realistic folks jumped and screamed more then once. Everyone had such a fun time playing the Virtual Reality games. To see some of our team members play virtual reality for the first time was fantastic. Tammy was jumping around like popcorn. We also had a few highly functioning autistic children out, and it was beyond amazing fun for them to play. They picked it up right away and went crazy with it, we had to make them take a break. Big thanks to VR Junkies AZ, Drew, Sky, you all ROCK! Thanks for reading, as always we here in Team Phoenix look forward to sharing our experiences with all of you! if you would like to help Operation Supply Drop and its Teams please check out the Link for more info.