If the world is a stage and we are all players, then that means we must all simultaneously be the protagonists of our own stories, right? Look beyond the crude clichés and there’s a point to that opening sentence: The Invisible Hours exposes what it would be like to act as a fly on the wall in a house where every inhabitant has a...
Fly on the wall
The Invisible Hours unwinds over the course of 90 or so fraught minutes, and you’re able to manipulate time in order to experience it all. This brilliant narrative feast from RIME developer Tequila Works sees several famous historical figures – Thomas Edison! Sarah Bernhardt! – invited to Nikola Tesla’s mansion moments before...
The Invisible Hours and Raw Data struck down
This was supposed to be a really good week for PlayStation VR with both murder mystery The Invisible Hours and award-winning waves shooter Raw Data set to release on the PlayStation 4. However, while they’re still pegged for a North American launch at the time of typing, they’ve both been...
Thomas Edison takes on Nikola Tesla
RiME developer Tequila Works is particularly busy right now, with the studio hard at work on several games, including PlayStation VR murder mystery The Invisible Hours. This intriguing virtual reality story aims to deal with the real-life rivalry between Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, resulting in the latter...
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