Lucid Sight will launch HeroCade in the United States on April 18 and in Europe it will do so soon. Dreadhalls will be the same as the PC version, but without motion controllers.
Lucid Sight has announced the launch of HeroCade for April 18 in the United States and coming soon to Europe. HeroCade is a title that encompasses several well-known PC games such as Dreadhalls or Sisters. In total there are 9 games that we can acquire for a price less than 15 dollars. “We wanted to offer the gamer a lot of VR games at a reasonable price,” commented Randy Saaf, CEO of Lucid Sight.
We have taken the opportunity to ask Sergio Hidalgo, creator of Dreadhalls, about how different the PlayStation VR version will be with respect to the PC one. To which he replied that at the content level it is the same version. “It has no additional content and visually and sonically, it’s the same as on PC.” Recently the PC version received motion controller support, but Hidalgo has confirmed to us that it will not be compatible with Move at the moment. “The operation of locomotion is similar to playing on Oculus Rift using gamepad.”
For Sergio Hidalgo, launching the game as part of a pack and not independently, allows him to simplify the publication process, carried out by the publisher Lucid Sight, and by joining several games to reach more users. Thanks to this agreement, Sergio Hidalgo has been able to launch the Vive and PSVR versions practically at the same time, something that he would not have been able to carry out being a single developer.
HeroCade includes: Dreadhalls, horror game in which we will have to escape from fearsome dungeons; Sisters, a horror experience with scale of your room; Jurassic Survival, a shooter in which we face hordes of dinosaurs; 405 Road Rage, a driving experience arcade; Zombie Strike, a shooter in which we control a drone to protect the refugees of a zombie outbreak; PolyRunner VR, a game of high-speed passenger craft; Alpha Turkey Hunt, a shooter in which to hunt turkeys with weapons of the type AK-47; Space Bit Attack is a space adventure retro; and Gumi No Yumi, a colorful adventure of goodies that’ll solve puzzles. We will soon know its launch date in Europe.