RPGamer’s ad hoc Kickstarter Check-In feature returns for a look at two ongoing crowdfunding campaigns. This edition features Pixel Sprout Studios’ Sun Haven, as well as Something Awesome Games’ Patagon: The Forbidden Island.
First-person dungeon-crawler Operencia: The Stolen Sun is coming to VR headsets soon. Players will be able to explore its Hungarian fantasy world up close and personal later this year.
Developer Yomuneco has numerous updates planned for VR roguelite RPG Swords of Gargantua. Upcoming additions include modding support, PvP, and a brand new labyrinth.
Virtual-reality RPG Swords of Gargantua is getting a new platform. The game will come to PlayStation VR in spring 2020 after launching on PC headsets last year.
Tin Man Games’ VR title Table of Tales is out now in North America and Europe. The game looks to emulate a tabletop RPG as the virtual table changes to show the party’s encounters and the various locations they explore.
inXile Entertainment’s VR RPG The Mage’s Tale is now available on PSVR. The spin-off to The Bard’s Tale takes place between the third and fourth games in the series.
Tin Man Games, a developer that has primarily focused on adaptations of gamebooks, is entering the realm of VR. Table of Tales looks to use its virtual space to emulate tabletop RPGs.
Final Fantasy has its share of spin-offs — rhythm games, trading card games, and even Chocobo racing — but somehow fishing was chosen to use VR to its fullest. That odd choice certainly makes for a unique experience.
inXile Entertainment’s VR dungeon-crawler The Mage’s Tale is heading to new devices. On top of its original Oculus Rift release, the game hits HTC Vive this week and is coming to PSVR sometime in the future.
Megadimension Neptunia VIIR has a release date for North America. Despite what the title might suggest, those without a PSVR will still be able to play it.