GDC 2015 is blowing up with indie games, VR and Unreal Engine 4, so here’s a video combining all three.
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Loading Human studio Untold Games is developing the world’s first virtual reality adventure game that uses full motion control. The team has posted a new trailer of the Project Morpheus and Oculus Rift game running with Sixense STEM hand sensors, and the results are interesting.
Loading Human started life as a Unity-based virtual reality concept for Oculus Rift, but developer Untold Games has now moved the project to Unreal Engine 4, with plans to support Sony’s Project Morpheus VR kit.
Oculus firmly believes that VR will be integral to the evolution of gaming, but it’s clear that consumers still need some convincing. Dave Cook speaks with several VR developers to see if the tech has a viable commercial future.
Loading Human is the new first-person puzzle game that stars Alzheimers sufferer André. His mind is fading fast so his wife Michelle places him in a simulation of his own life, so that he can remember their relationship together. VG247’s Sam Clay has captured himself playing the first ten minutes. Watch it here.
Loading Human developer Untold Games has announced a new Oculus Rift adventure game project inspired by classic point-and-click titles like The Secret of Monkey Island. However, it doesn’t use an interface, meaning you have to walk around realistic environments picking up objects and making use of them based on instinct, rather than UI cues.
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