Tekken Team ‘Summer Lesson’ Project Morpheus Demo Revealed
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
Oculus Rift is already a big thing, there are loads of developers around the world already creating some truly breathtaking experiences for the hardware. Now Sony are entering the playing field with their Project Morpheus VR headset and early demos are starting to roll in, but the latest one from the team that brought us the Tekken series is a little…. strange.
While my first thought was first person fighting game, that really isn’t the case here. Summer Lesson puts you in a typical Japanese schoolgirl’s room, and from what we can tell, your only objective so far is to hang out. All innocent enough, but I can see how this could seem a little creepy to some (myself included).
The game will be on demo for people to try out at TGS 2014, so we’re expecting some interesting feedback from that, but for now I suspect this won’t see a launch in European or American markets and on the other hand I’m not sure if it’s even going to launch at all, perhaps this is just a demo to show off the interactivity of the device.
Check out the video below to see what it is all about, skip to 56 minutes if it doesn’t do so automatically.
[youtube width=”800″ height=”450″]http://youtu.be/5D-Wr_3-E5U[/youtube]
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