Interview: Amanda Ray from TwistedPixel on Defector the new Spy Action Game for Oculus Rift
Includes links to more interviews about Echo Combat, Stormland, Phaser Lock and an overview with Oculus’s Nate Mitchell
About Defector: “As an elite operative, your undercover assignments span the globe in dramatic, high-risk settings. This is a zero-sum world where facing danger head-on is a requirement, and success favors those who embrace it. The opposition will bring their full force to bear and stop at nothing to gain an advantage. To defeat them, you and your team must use every advanced weapon, cutting-edge technology, and deceptive tactic in your arsenal. The fate of every mission will be guided by your choices, big and small. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, the next mission will test your will like nothing before. Your next mission leads you to India to infiltrate a mysterious fighting tournament and meet the mastermind behind the operation. You must raise the stakes to gain knowledge and influence those who may assist you before choosing your path: chase a defected rogue agent through the city and across rooftops before he makes his escape, or pursue a dangerous criminal and outwit his armed forces with advanced weaponry.”
Anna Kozminski a Software Program Manager at Oculus explains how Oculus Quest does Mixed Reality, she also confirms that the headset achieves full body presence. When you look down you will see your body & hands move correctly.
Also check out these interviews with other virtual reality software developers bringing titles to the Oculus Rift.
Interview with Nate Mitchel (Co-Founder and Vice President of Product at Oculus.) about the exciting new games announced at Oculus Connect 5
I spoke to the folks at Ready at Dawn about Echo Combat. Listen here:
Interview: Insomniac Games about Stormland listen here:
Interview: Final Assault by Phaser Lock
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