The PS2 would, of course, compile one of the greatest libraries in console history – but when it first launched, it was ridiculed for its slim selection of first-party games. One of the few titles published by Sony was Fantavision, a quaint fireworks-based puzzler which looked spectacular on the system, but lacked the kind of meat that prospective punters expected from a launch title for a next-gen platform. It would, however, go on to earn cult status – and is even purchasable from the PS Store today.
And over 20 years since its first release, it’s getting a PSVR2 sequel named Fantavision 202X, courtesy of Japanese developer Cosmo Machia Inc. Due out alongside Sony’s next-gen headset on 22nd February, the core gameplay concept will remain unchanged: catch similarly coloured fireworks and shoot them into the sky. You’ll be using the PSVR2 Sense Controllers, as opposed to the DualShock 2, and the platform holder’s promising a truly immersive gameplay experience as a result.