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OhShape Brings Saturday Night Gameshow Fun to PSVR September 24th

Developer Odderslab has announced today that it will be releasing its successful VR rhythm game OhShape, on PSVR this coming September 24th, and it’ll be available on both the North American and European stores on the same date.

After its success on PC and Oculus Quest, PSVR players can enjoy one of the most fun, challenging and active VR games. Thanks to the development time between the PC launch and this console version, PSVR will receive one of the latest and more polished versions of the game, with a lot of content and features.

OhShape has a unique gameplay activating the whole body. Players have to move to go through, punch or dodge walls following the beat of the music. It’s an immersive game for all types of players inspired by the Japanese TV show Hole in the Wall.

Every song has 4 difficulty levels and modifiers allowing the player to adapt the experience to their skills. There are also different game modes, like Practice Mode, useful to overcome those hard parts of each map, or Party Mode to make quick local leaderboards with family and friends on the spot. Of course, hardcore players can compete to be on the top of the leaderboards and collect all the trophies.

Key features:

  • 2 awesome environments
  • 27 handcrafted maps with 4 difficulty levels
  • Party Mode: play and compete with your friends and family
  • Practice Mode: practice level sections to perfection!
  • Fun and great workout for the whole body
  • Online leaderboards

OhShape keeps adding content regularly with each update (more songs, new game modes, events) and the developers listen actively to the feedback of the players through their Twitter and Discord server.

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