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Or any of my leisures ever charmed.<p>I don't know about you guys but I think Dark Souls is one of the best western RPGs to date, and the idea that it could be on its way to VR both excites and terrifies me very much.</p><p>At The Golden Joystick Awards, the pre-show livestream resulted in some rather unexpected news as the creator of Dark Souls, Atsuo Yoshimura, was bombarded with VR-related questions. Most importantly it looks like we may be getting some form of the rage-inducing game on VR eventually.</p><p>Though we already have Chronos, a tricky third-person RPG, on Oculus, Dark Souls would certainly lend itself well for this form of play - I'm imagining it to be a little like the old Resident Evil and Silent Hill visual perspectives.</p><p>However my one major hesitation, and probably quite a lot of people's hesitation, is in hoping that they bring out the full game and not just an experience of it like PSVR's Rise of the Tomb Raider. We'll just have to wait and see.</p><p>*Original story inspired by UploadVR*</p>
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Matchland - Build your Theme Park Mod Matchland - Build your Theme Park v1.10.2 mod Features:Unconditional use currency. Note: This game needs to be scientifically online to load the game.Welcome to the Theme Park Builder game combined with relaxing Match-3 puzzle. Create your very own theme park of the '60s! Become a chief architect - design, customize, and decorate your park to perfection.STORY:You are a new owner of abandoned theme park in Dyson City. It's the '60s - the era of freedom, romance and rock'n'roll, the age of Elvis and Marilyn. You want to bring to life your childhood dream to build amazing amusement park and make it free for kids. You hire an assistant, Betty, who spent her childhood in this park and wishes to help you implement your design ideas and run the park. There are also a lot of citizens who want to help you too! They care about the future of the Dyson City park. The old park keeper, Ralph, an easygoing handyman, Bob, the enamored gardener, John, the curious journalist, Raichel, and others.But be careful - there is an old mysterious story about the ghost of a miner who wanders the park to this day. And there are people who want to prevent the opening of the park. So hurry up! Dyson City needs you!FEATURES:● Construct, customize, and design: buildings, squares, carousels, and more.● Exciting match-3 levels: tons of challenging levels with unique mechanics and explosive boosters.● Personalized storyline: experience a fun and mysterious story in the magical atmosphere of the 60s.● New-age graphics with stylish art of the '60s.● Both portrait & landscape game orientation.● Share and receive lives from your friends on Facebook.My Fun Story: This Match 3 app is a FREE TO PLAY casual simulator game, though some in-game items can also be purchased for real money. If you don't want to use this option, simply turn it off in your device's ""Restrictions"" menu.Learn more about the game. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/myfunstory.match3/, website: http://dteamstudio.com/. Questions? Contact our Tech Support at [email protected]Wax maker
<p>It seems the dream of having a tiny TV screen strapped to your face will have to remain a dream for a little while longer, as Valve and HTC's Vive headset has been delayed until 2016.</p><p>It was originally scheduled to release to consumers this year – and some developers may be able to get their hands on it this year - but the full launch will have to wait until the first quarter of 2016.</p><p>That means the three main VR headsets are due to arrive at roughly the same time, with Sony's Project Morpheus slated for "early 2016", and the consumer Oculus Rift also arriving in Q1 2016.</p><p>The HTC Vive sets itself apart by allowing you to walk around while using it, with motion tracking technology keeping tabs on all your extremities.</p><p>We went hands on with the Vive at Gamescom, with Rob calling it "astonishing". You can check out more of his impressions here.</p>VRFocus, Ben GilbertAll aids, themselves made fairer by their place,