PlayStation VR got some significant attention today at Sony's conference in Paris, and one of its upcoming projects came in the form of Robinson: The Journey. The trailer has a character seemingly dressed in an astronaut's outfit being guided by what must be a distant cousin of Destiny's Ghost through a herd of brachiosauruses. After avoiding being smashed by them in this jungle environment, the character winds up encountering the tyrannosaurus rex that caused the herd to come your way in the first place. While it's a CG trailer, the prospects of the game are nevertheless promising.
Executive producer Elijah Freeman from Crytek revealed that you play as a small boy who has actually crash-landed on a mysterious planet, which begs the question about how these dinosaurs could be there. Besides avoiding the dangerous creatures, Freeman explains that you'll be exploring this planet and interacting with it and all of its secrets, but other than that, details remain scarce.
But Freeman assures that other demos called back to Dinosaur Island 1 and 2 that he and his team have shown - which are similar to Robinson: The Journey - have had a "lot of players and press highlight[ing] them as being among the best VR experiences they'd had", but they don't want to go about only creating "something visually stunning, but also telling a story that is emotionally engaging and which resonates with players beyond the game world".
Although we don't have much to go on, does Robinson: The Journey seem like something worth putting on the backburner of your anticipations for PlayStation VR? What do you think you'll be able to do on this mysterious planet? Bare your prehistoric teeth in the comments section to give us your thoughts.