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Kickstarter Campaign Wants $1 Million to Make New Virtual Boy Game

Posted on Wednesday, August 13 @ 15:00:00 PST by

Justin Moravetz and his development studio ZeroTransform hope to bring fast-paced 3rd person rail shooter Vanguard V to virtual reality headsets on a variety of platforms including Oculus Rift and Sony's Project Morpheus for PlayStation 4.

The studio describes the game as "a fast action VR experience that takes you on a journey from the low orbit of our planet, down to the very core." Vanguard V has been "designed for VR from day one" to celebrate "control, design, and amazing music."

The team has successfully collected $24,571, though the goal stands tall at $198,000, and the team has promised a cooperative campaign, new game plus options, and a making-of documentary. More interestingly, the team will make a Virtual Boy compatible version if they collect $1,000,000. Here's gameplay in virtual-vision:

For more, visit the Kickstarter page or watch the pitch video above.

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