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  1. Reiko's Fragments Reiko's Fragments could be played alone or as a party game. In my case we played the crowd game. In this suspenseful yet exciting party game, we are able to bring friends into this haunted house and they were about to control the scares. The objective of the game is to try to find the real doll and escape before the fast moving and relentless ghost gets to you. My favorite part of this game is how engaging it is and finding out how ruthless your own friends can actually be. Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/7888201e-e22f-4141-96e3-00e22e0e53a8/Reiko's_Fragments/ A Chair in a Room: Greenwater In this terrifying horror game it takes you through an investigation of institutional corruption, religious immorality and murder. A Chair in a Room is full of jump scares and ambiguous stories. After few minutes of minutes of this game, I was way too scared to continue on. However, if you love horror genre games, be sure to give this game a try! Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/90ebc7ad-5b5e-491d-b921-ea1de9c13c7f/A_Chair_in_a_Room:_Greenwater/
  2. Westworld: Awakening Westworld: Awakening is based off of the HBO original series and you are playing the perspective of Kate, a host who is the unfortunate protagonist that eventually struggles through a series of horror experiences. This is a suspenseful narrative-driven experience with fluid locomotion, which can help reduce simulation sickness. During my experience, I encountered many puzzles and interacted with Hank who is a relentless serial killer host. I found this game to be entertaining yet disturbing. On another note, the visuals and narrations were stunning an impressive. To survive in the underworld, you must be careful and just as manipulative. Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/a093ee60-4a1e-442f-a4c9-3c301cbd5fb9/Westworld_Awakening/ A-tech Cybernetic This is a first-person shooting game. For A-tech Cybernetic, there are two game modes: classic swarm mode that allows you to shoot and test your overall survival skills and there is a story mode. I played the game mode with teleportation feature. The shooting feature is very easy with this game and you are able to carry two guns, one on each hand and one holster on each hip. Depending on how you would like to shoot and destroy the mutants it can get gory and gruesome. Overall, I like how it is a smooth game experience. Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/64d75e04-39f5-4a59-83c4-8466bc939adb/A-Tech_Cybernetic_VR/ What are some of your favorite games in Viveport and Infinity? Let us know and maybe we will give a little review on those as well. Comment below. Also, don't forget to vote in the poll.
  3. As we roll into Halloween, full of spooky, eerie and jack-o'-lanterns we will dedicate the month of October's ViRtual Scoops to playing Halloween themed titles. Gloomy Eyes This animated VR narrative reminded me of Coraline (the cartoon movie) right of the back when I began. It gave me a combination feel of cute and creepiness. The characters were either adorable or a bite eerie. Two things stood out to me while engaging in this VR experience, I found that the visuals were immersive and beautifully transitioned. Next, I like the background music the developers chose for the transition scenes. One downside is, each volume is only about 15-20 minutes each, leaving me interested to watch more. Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/9459a50e-aac7-4170-bc8a-627e66a4873c/Gloomy_Eyes_Vol._1/ Sinister Halloween Reactions: If you are looking for some jumps and spooks, this is a great title to try. Sinister Halloween essentially is a VR haunted house with a mixture of escape room feel because there are clues that helps you navigate and discover items. I do have to say, personally I am a scaredy cat so I could not make it pass the first door. After I encountered the first creature/skeleton, I decided that was enough scare for a day. One big plus for the game is the option to choose between local-motion and teleportation. Overall, it was a great way to be in the Halloween spirit without leaving the house! Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/a73de28a-2d4d-4ab4-8afa-743877f81f12/Sinister_Halloween/ Be on the look out in two weeks for two more awesome Halloween titles! See y'all soon, creep it real!
  4. This week on ViRtual Scoop, we are featuring some VR experience games such as theBlu, The Great C and Manifest 99. Get excited and continue reading! theBlu Reaction: This was a deep-water experience that allows one to see the majestic wonders of the ocean. There are three undersea encounters, Whale Encounter: An undersea encounter with the largest species on Earth, Reef Migration witness the magnificence of the colorful coral reefs and lastly my favorite the Luminous Abyss, where I ventured into the deepest region of the ocean. The mechanics of this VR experience allows the players to get a face to face with some of the most aspiring creatures on the planet. Although there is no teleportation, you are able to “touch” and “feel” many of the species surrounding you. The best part is the tranquil yet realistic background sounds; it allows you to be absorbed into the ocean water and feel a part of the underwater world. Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/1b591122-7ab7-4c27-9d31-cbaf9ef8e1e1/theBlu/ The Great C Reaction: I was immediately captivated by the cinematic vibe once I got into the first chapter. The Great C did a wonderful job narrating a sci-fi story. Since, I don’t want to give away any of the plot, I will focus this particular impression on mainly the internal mechanisms and my overall feel towards this VR experience. For example, I felt like I was placed in the center of the movie, while exploring my surroundings. Although this particular VR did not have teleporting mechanisms, the game itself would shift from 2nd to 3rd person’s view automatically. I definitely recommend The Great C for anyone who loves a well-written story plot! Overview :https://www.viveport.com/apps/c02a1cff-8978-4824-a1fd-f9fd7bede0cc/The_Great_C/ Manifest 99 Reaction: Manifest 99 is by far one of the more unique experience VR games I have encountered. It takes you on the eerie journey of four different characters, where you learn about their lives and paths into the afterlife. There is no need for the controllers in this game because essentially, the player is supposed to look into the eyes of crows and various characters in this cartoon story plot and that is one of my favorite perks about this experience. One thing I do want to point out is that the placements of the crows are all over the place, so you are sensitive to heights like myself, do be prepared to stand in some relatively high places! Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/56ad018f-a1f3-493c-87ea-83aa039e359b/Manifest_99/ Try out these three experiences if you haven't and let us know which ones you like! And of course, don't forget to vote on the poll above 🙂
  5. This week on ViRtual Scoop, I will be focusing on two rhythm-based VR fitness games. For those that are new, ViRtual Scoop is where I pair a couple of titles from the top game section on Viveport Infinity and share my first impress with you all. Okay, let's begin! PowerBeatsVR Reaction: PowerBeatsVR was very simple to understand. It is essentially a music fitness game with a lot of dodging and punching rocks that are coming your way. If you are looking for a great workout, just go straight to advanced stage and I guarantee that after a few rounds, you will be catching your breath (that's what happened to me). One of my favorite things about this game is the different background settings; it offers exciting virtual arenas such as wasteland, medieval ages and outer space. Another thing I like from PowerBeatsVR is that the flying rocks are coming to you, which is different from Synth Rider where the floor is moving below you and you are moving towards the objects. Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/90b80d5b-2375-4cbd-9e8f-07d2f362d551/PowerBeatsVR/ Synth Riders Reaction: Synth Riders made me think of Dance Dance Revolution when I first began playing with all of the neon colored stages. The goal is to hit different colored notes with the corresponding orb with your hand while dodging obstacles. One of the unique things about Synth Riders compared to PowerBeatsVR is there are corresponding orbs (pink for right hand and blue for left hand or vice versa). This way, it makes it a little more challenging as the level increase because you will have to react fast to match the pink orbs with the pink notes (blue with blue). It definitely can test your overall eye-hand coordination. The most exciting part of Synth Riders in my opinion is the music options, if you are a synth-wave music fan like myself, don't miss this one! Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/d6ce46cc-be8f-4d22-a750-ce7d702180d3/Synth_Riders/ Thanks for tuning in this ViRtual Scoop and don't forget to input your vote on the titles above!
  6. Welcome to the first ViRtual Scoop! To give you a brief idea of how this will work, I will be pairing a couple of titles from the top games section on Viveport Infinity. Having never played these game before, I will also be sharing some of my initial impressions. Now, let's get rolling! Angry Birds VR: Isle of Pigs Reaction: I'm sure most of you all have played or know of Angry Birds on your phone. I was expecting it to be very similar and not to my surprise, it was very much what I imagined. The only main difference is, I found myself right inside of the island (hence the idea of VR haha). At first, I had to get use to the slingshot and how to correctly aim. Once I got used to the controls, it was smooth sailing there on forward. Shooting from the slingshot felt realistic, given the 3-dimensional nature of the game structure. The challenge is to calculate and make each one of your shots count. My absolute favorite part of the game was being able to teleport. With the ability to teleport from one place to another, it allow players to shoot from various angles to maximize your chances. Overall, I definitely enjoyed the game and the character animations! Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/9fbdf672-1e35-499c-bccf-cef49c509c21/Angry_Birds_VR:_Isle_of_Pigs/ Shooty Fruity Reaction: I was a little overwhelmed when I first began the game. The controls were something I needed to get use to because I kept on picking and dropping objects left and right (oops haha). Once I overcame the learning curve, the game grew on me. I really liked the madness that was happening throughout the game, from shooting the mutated fruits to scanning the groceries, there were a lot of multitasking involved. Another way to put it, it challenged my hand-eye coordination. My favorite part is how fast-paced and engaging the game was. It keeps you on your tippy toes! Overview: https://www.viveport.com/apps/9d6dd673-dd3b-48e4-add1-9ebfe79c5e3b/Shooty_Fruity/ Thanks for joining in our first ViRtual Scoop! Please feel free to let us know which title you prefer by voting in the poll above. Also, if you have any suggestions of games you would like me to play in the future 🙂
  7. Hello Viveport Community, it's so nice to "e-meet" you all! I'm the new Viveport Community Coordinator. I will be working very closely with @SuperNikoPower to continue to grow our community by generating some exciting contents. So be on the lookout for cool contests and interactive updates in the very bear future! A little background about myself, prior to joining the Viveport Team, I have little experience in gaming. However, I'm a tech-enthusiast; I'm always on the lookout to discover the next up and coming tech gadget. With that being said, I'm exploring the VR gaming world and I'm so thrilled to be sharing this journey with everyone and learning more from you all along the way 🙂
  8. Hi @REDMeff, I have opened a ticket on your behalf and you will be notified via email. Thank you for reaching out to us! We'll look into this and make sure it gets taken care of 🙂
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