A couple of months ago C-Smash VRS arrived for PSVR 2, becoming an instant fan favourite in the process. Publishers RapidEyeMovers and developers Wolf & Wood previously revealed that an August update would be bringing some big new additions. That release window has moved slightly, with the C-Smash VRS co-op update now scheduled for a couple of weeks time.
One of the surprise summer releases for PSVR 2 has to be C-Smash VRS, a reimagining of SEGA’s Cosmic Smash. Created by Wolf & Wood and RapidEyeMovers, the game is a futuristic form of squash, played either solo or competitively online. The studios have plenty planned for their C-Smash VRS August update, which will see plenty of new content arrive. This includes new music, instant replays and a co-op mode.
Following the launch of a demo version earlier this month, C-Smash VRS has today launched for PSVR 2. RapidEyeMovers and Wolf & Wood have collaborated to breathe new life into the Dreamcast classic, with the aid of immersive VR technology.
Wolf & Wood is a developer that knows what it is doing when it comes to VR. Yet the studio’s catalogue is a really mixed bag. From the excellent, The Exorcist: Legion VR to the hit-and-miss that was Hotel R’n’R, its latest title The Last Worker is a return to form, sort of, on Meta Quest 2. It’s been a while since I last played a VR game where I switched between enjoyment and boredom in quick succession. Wanting more, then wanting less as narrative and gameplay collided into one package to be distributed to the masses.
Horror in VR may seem like an easy genre. The players are essentially ‘trapped’ inside whatever environment you put them in. Throw a few ghosties and jump scares at them and boom, profit. Right? Well, you’d be surprised how many developers get this wrong. To help you steer clear of the bad eggs, XR Source provides this feature on the 7 best VR horror games!
New game studio and publisher RapidEyeMovers and VR pioneers Wolf & Wood have announced the upcoming launch of C-Smash VRS. The game is a reimagining of SEGA’s iconic Dreamcast and arcade classic designed for PlayStation VR 2 (PSVR2) and online gameplay.
Publisher Wired Productions and independent studio Wolf & Wood have announced that The Last Worker is set to launch in 2023. The game is a first-person narrative adventure centered around humanity’s struggle in an increasingly automated world, where humans are being replaced by robots.