PlayStation Experience 2015 news: PlayStation VR to get more games

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The recently held PlayStation Experience brought about several game announcements, launching of new installments, and updates on previously announced projects. Moreover, the event also launched a number of games that will be coming to the PlayStation VR, Sony’s upcoming and much awaited virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 4.

Game developers, both familiar names and scene newcomers, unveiled their upcoming games for the PlayStation VR. Players are in for a zombie car game, a suspense thriller, and some fun cartoony games.

“Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin”

Developer: Double Fine Productions

“Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin” takes place exactly after the cliffhanger end of “Psychonauts,” which found Raz as a recognized PSI-cadet and now a full-fledged Psychonaut. The game is a bridge between the first game and the sequel that Double Fine will be working on soon enough.

“Job Simulator”

Developer: Owlchemy Labs

“Job Simulator” takes players in a futuristic world wherein humans no longer have day jobs, as they are already replaced by robots, all capable of doings tasks as efficiently as human employees. However, so that humans do not forget what it is like to have a job, the “Job Simulator” was created.

“The Modern Zombie Taxi Co.”

Developer: Vitei Backroom

“The Modern Zombie Taxi Co.” takes players in a world filled with zombiesnot vicious, violent onesbut rather, zombies that will need a taxi ride. As the last man on Earth, players will be tasked to drive zombies around and to make sure that all demands and requests of the zombies are met.

“Golem”

Developer: Highwire Games

“Golem” puts players in the shoes of a massive stone golem that roams an abandoned city. However, players will not play the role of golems, but rather, someone with the ability to control golemsbig and smalland see through their eyes.

“Rez Infinite”

Developer: Enhance Games

Following from the core elements of the 2001 game titled “Rez,” “Rez infinite” for the PlayStation VR is described by its creator, Tetsuya Mizuguchi, as “the futuristic ‘synesthesia’ experience” he wanted to do since the first “Rez” game.