Owlchemy Labs has debuted its latest game, Vacation Simulator, during The Game Awards' pre-show. A follow-up to its previous PlayStation VR title Job Simulator, this new game adopts the same comedic chaos in sunnier settings.
In the trailer embedded above, for example, we see the player enjoying a warm day at the beach, eating hot dogs, playing catch, and throwing hermit crabs around. It's sure to be wonderfully silly, just like its predecessor.
Are you excited to take a holiday with Vacation Simulator next year? Grill up some burgers in the comments section below.
If there was one way to get me hyped for a VR game, say no more than Owlchemy Labs. Their last game was delightfully bonkers. I'm expecting this one to last a little longer than Job Sim.
Honestly, every time I look at the case for Job Simulator, I never end up picking it up. Can anyone tell me if it is worth the price and if it's good enough for the VR?
Back to this game, looks pretty fun, but it depends on the price tag (if it's a $20 game, fine, but more, maybe not). Depends on how much content and replay-ability.
@JLPick I believe job simulator is $20. Personally, I have just been waiting for a sale on it. It's pretty silly and all, but not a must own.
@JLPick I wouldn’t call it a must own, but it’s worth it’s price for comedic value alone. Plus, it’s a fun distraction.
@NathanUC @shafedog247 Is it worth the $20, or one to wait to go down even further?
@JLPick can’t honestly assess that. To me it is. But, what’s worth $20 to me may not be worth $20 to you. Even though I’ve completed it and gotten all the trophies, I still pop in and play it now and then. That being said, I think I caught it in a sale for $14.99
@shafedog247 Thanks. I'll probably end up getting it, just ended up picking up Drive Club VR instead, as I keep on looking at Job Simulator and Starblood Arena constantly...haven't picked up neither...just wanted to know if they were worth it, but I'll probably end up picking them up anyway!!!
@JLPick Personally, it would be worth getting over Driveclub VR. Driveclub VR is a fairly subpar game. I would strongly recommend Dirt Rally VR or Gran Turismo Sport over DriveClub VR if you're looking for a racing game. Dirt Rally VR is tough as nails, but an amazing experience. GT Sport is an absolutely fantastic game, but the VR is limited to 1v1 cpu races.
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