VR Monster Awakens Makes You a Giant Monster

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Dec 29, 2016
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Now we can finally wreck a city like Godzilla. Take a look at the destructive (and fun) trailer for VR Monster Awakens, a game that turns you into a giant monster and lets you wreak havoc across a city. As a monster, you’ll be able to pick up and toss tanks and enemies as well as using your real body actions working in tandem with the VR headset and controls.

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Here’s a breakdown of what to expect in VR Monster Awakens in a press release by FIGHT4DREAM:

  • Modern City: Human city with buildings, vehicles and frightened citizens are waiting for you!
  • Destroy and EAT THE CITIZENS for your own good! Follow their screams!
  • Active VR Combat: Utilize your body to dodge attack, hit, catch and even throw objects while moving around with hand movements. You are a real monster!
  • Power Release: As a giant monster, BEAM SHOOTING is indispensable! Feel your true power running through your mouth!
  • Various of Enemies: Human armies include soldiers, rocket artillery, armored personal carriers, tanks, armed helicopter and much more. Show no mercy!
  • Threatening BOSS: Fight against the human latest technology in the final stage of arcade mode mission. Destroy their last hope!
  • Great Party: 3 different party mode games provided and challenge your friends to see who can earn a higher score!
  • Free-Style Mode: No pressure at all and just enjoy destroying everything

VR Monster Awakens is available on Steam Early Access for $12.99, exclusively on HTC Vive. FIGHT4DREAM is looking to release the game in a handful of months. Currently, you can play one map on 2 difficulty modes, 3 party modes, tutorial and free-style game mode.

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