Here's a novel idea for a Project Morpheus game: heading practice. An exclusive for Sony's virtual reality device, Headmaster whisks you away to a futuristic training ground, where you'll be bombarded with different kinds of balls which you must direct into targets with your tête. It's like a Virtua Tennis minigame – only you play it with your head.
The trailer hints at plenty of variety in the challenges, so we suspect that this could be a real novelty. We're not sure that we'd want to play it for too long, though – after all, this looks like it'd give you a serious bout of whiplash if you stuck with it for more than ten minutes at a time.
Several hundred dollars? Seriously? Okay so if this game was £2.00 I'd pick it up.
Here's another problem with vr, you can actually head a ball in your house if you really wanted to. More imagination please. Else Morpheus is dead on arrival.
Oh look a new Kniect game. Oh wait. I'd rather play Wii sports. This isn't gonna sell any VR headsets guys.
On a totally unrelated note, when are we going to see a Tennis game come to the ps4?? Past due for one to be released surely??
This is the least inspiring game trailer / ad / concept I think I've ever seen. I think if anything it's games like this that will undermine the promotion of vr. If Sony demo this one in shops I expect it will actually put people buying a headset.
Now if some of the first person games (like fallout 4) promised support for morpheus that would be great!
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