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Forward in time
Sorry, PSVR2 fans — you won't be ripping pixels in Pixel Ripped 1995 until 3rd October, 2023. Initially planned for release on 12th September (today, if you're reading this today), developer ARVORE has made a last-minute delay to this upgraded version. In a press release, the studio says the new date is due to an "unexpected delay...
Rip-roaring good time
The Pixel Ripped games are fan-favourite virtual reality experiences, and one of them is about to get even better. Pixel Ripped 1995 is heading to PSVR2 on 12th September, 2023, more than three years after the original made its way to PSVR. This fancy new version of the game is enhanced in numerous ways; it features better...
We highly, highly recommend Pixel Ripped 1978 for PSVR2 – but if you’re in the mood for some more fourth wall breaking, then know that predecessor Pixel Ripped 1995 is also getting ported to Sony’s new-gen headset. This follows the same format as its latest, Atari-backed instalment, as you play 16-bit cartridges in your bedroom and...
Pixel Ripped is back with a brand new nostalgia-fueled virtual reality game-within-a-game, this time in the year 1995! To restore balance to multiple dimensions, our videogame hero Dot recruits the help of the best gamer from 1995, an unassuming 9-year-old boy named David. Join this unlikely duo through challenging throwbacks to all your favorite classics from the late 16-bit and early 32-bit era of games inside a virtual reality world.
The game evokes a genuine nostalgic feeling, such as the adrenaline of playing games without getting caught after your mom told you to go to bed, or the thrill of finding that brand new game at the store. You have to do all that and more through multiple environments - including your living room, bedroom, the local video rental store, the arcade at the pier, and more. With 6 fully original and highly differentiated levels, where each one feels like an entire new game, Pixel Ripped 1995 is an incredible journey for both VR and retro gamers.