Virtual Reality enthusiasts, mark your calendars for September 12th! The iconic VR game, Pixel Ripped 1995, is making its grand comeback with a revamped version for PlayStation VR 2.
Following the soaring success of Pixel Ripped 1978, the Emmy Award-winning Brazilian XR studio, ARVORE, has announced its plan to bring an enhanced port of Pixel Ripped 1995 to PSVR2. The upgrade promises not just better graphics and performance but will also introduce unique features like head rumble and adaptive triggers.
The story of our virtual hero, Dot, continues as she embarks on a mission to restore balance across various game dimensions. Partnering with the best gamer of 1995, 11-year-old David, the pair journey through nostalgic video game realms, evoking memories of 16-bit and 32-bit classics.
Moreover, ARVORE has taken a significant leap in terms of graphics and performance. Players can now relish gameplay with fluidity and sharpness that wasn’t possible in previous versions. Each level of Pixel Ripped 1995 pays a grand homage to the iconic moments of gaming history, serving as a beautiful bridge connecting both VR and retro gaming aficionados.
In a statement from the game developer Yuri Arce, he mentioned, “95 was one of the first games I played in VR and really showcased the transformative power of VR gaming. With PSVR2, we’ve strived to present the definitive edition of this Pixel Ripped entry. The 120fps gameplay, combined with new haptic feedback, offers the most optimal experience.”
If you already own Pixel Ripped 1995 on the original PlayStation VR, ARVORE will allow you to upgrade to the enhanced PSVR2 version at absolutely no extra cost. That’s great, and we wish more developers would do the same! The game will be available on the PlayStation Store priced at 19,99 USD|EUR.
For those keen to dive deeper into the world of Pixel Ripped, ARVORE remains open to interviews. And for our readers and VR fans, keep a close watch on our site and 6DOF Reviews YouTube channel for our latest reviews!