Space Channel 5 VR release date, pricing announced

Fans of Dreamcast cult traditional rhythm game Space Channel 5 will have the ability to review the elegant dance- ’em- up later on this month, thanks to designer Grounding’s remake for PlayStation VR (a PC version is likewise in the deal with assistance for HTC Vive, SteamVR, and Oculus Mission).

Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! will be launched for PlayStation 4 on Feb.25 The game will cost $3999

The virtual reality version of Space Channel 5 sends out novice press reporter Ulala to space to cover an alien intrusion– one prepared by her channel’s boss to enhance rankings– and players will handle the function of an audience. They’ll posture and dance, utilizing PlayStation Move controllers, to combat and rally fellow dancers off the Morolian alien threat.

In addition to the main story mode, Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! will consist of a game mode for “advised for VR newbies;” a workout and endurance mode; a watching mode that lets players see the story from numerous video camera angles; and non-gameplay modes, like a character audience and dressing space where players can switch Ulala’s unlockable clothing.

Space Channel 5’s VR re-release was revealed back in2016 Understood as Space Channel 5 VR Ukiuki Watching Show, the game was initially developed for HTC Vive.

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