Shin Godzilla VR Demo

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Godzilla Game
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Shin Godzilla Special Demo Contents
Developer Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan,
Toho
Publisher Sony
Platforms PlayStation VR
Languages Japanese
Genre Virtual Reality

The Shin Godzilla VR demo content (『シン・ゴジラ』スペシャルデモコンテンツ,   “Shin Gojira” Supesharu Demo Kontentsu?, lit. Shin Godzilla Special Demo Contents) is a special free demo made for the PlayStation® VR. It was released on October 13, 2016.

Information

The demo was released exclusively on the Japanese PlayStation Store on October 13 of 2016, free to download and play.[1]

Gameplay

This isn't actually a game, so there is no gameplay other than moving the head of the character to look at the surroundings and at Godzilla.

The demo consists of the player starting out in a leveled Tokyo. Suddenly, Godzilla's long tail hovers around and goes behind a building, where it keeps appearing between buildings. Eventually, Godzilla comes out from behind a skyscraper, and proceeds to turn around toward the player. As he gets closer, his stomps launch rocks toward the player. Eventually, one of the rocks lands on the player, and the demo ends.

Appearances

Gallery

Videos

Shin Godzilla VR Demo Footage

Trivia

  • A special conference was held in August previewing this demo. Shinji Higuchi and Shin Godzilla producer Yoshihiro Sato were present at the conference, presenting the demo.[1]

References

This is a list of references for Shin Godzilla VR Demo. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

External Links

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Toolen

7 months ago
Score 1
Oh, come on! Way to leave your international fans with nothing, Toho! That looks awesome! Most Godzilla games are from the Kaiju's perspective, so it's a real treat when they make one from a human perspective. Add virtual reality into the mix, and you have one incredible experience!
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Deathrock9

6 months ago
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You want a game from a human perspective? Here you go.
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Lord Shiro

7 months ago
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Amazing game! Wished i could play it.
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Titanollante

8 months ago
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Sure would've been lovely if this demo had been released in America. Oh well, Japan gets all the good stuff, as always.