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User Info: DoMyEyesLie

DoMyEyesLie
4 weeks ago#1
Has there been any news or announcements of 3rd party VR support yet? I haven't heard anything but I haven't been keeping up with gaming news as of late.
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User Info: DoMyEyesLie

DoMyEyesLie
4 weeks ago#2
Anybody?
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User Info: jeffyg3

jeffyg3
4 weeks ago#3
*crickets*

...they really should make an update to Gun*Gal 2 with VR support...that would be perfect for it.
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User Info: riboflav

riboflav
4 weeks ago#4
I don't think Labo VR was made to be a VR platform for other games to pop up and have support for.

It was a self-contained set of mini-games and customizable projects (which are very fun BTW) and the idea of adding Mario and Zelda support was just a small side experiment.

If you get the whole kit, it has some very fun mini-games that will keep you entertained, especially when considering the low cost. It's easy to make fun of since its cardboard and it has silly things you build. Somehow, it still results in being really fun, something that people will miss out on since they are comparing to other full blown VR experiences.

I think time is better spent "having fun" with it than "making fun" of it.
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User Info: TheDarkNerd

TheDarkNerd
4 weeks ago#5
jeffyg3 posted...
*crickets*

...they really should make an update to Gun*Gal 2 with VR support...that would be perfect for it.

Funny thing is, Gal*Gun 2 was based on the more arcade-like PC game, Gal*Gun VR.
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User Info: DoMyEyesLie

DoMyEyesLie
4 weeks ago#6
So, nothing?
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User Info: Trumpanzee

Trumpanzee
4 weeks ago#7
DoMyEyesLie posted...
So, nothing?

No, nothing.

I seriously doubt there will be because Labo VR is super entry level/casual VR and no major third party will want to spend money or resources on such a thing.

Some indie developer may try something, but definitely no major third party.

Oh and for the record I own Labo VR and enjoy it for what is.
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User Info: yahya_no_1

yahya_no_1
4 weeks ago#8
don't expect real 3rd party support

This VR is as basic as they come, might as well add youtube to the Switch and announce it will support VR!!!!!, which is you watching a screen in a dark room.

Best you can get out of this is those google cardboard box games
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User Info: Heracylost

Heracylost
4 weeks ago#9
You really didn't expect cardboard vr to be a thing people would support do you?
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