ROM Extraction Gets 15 Minutes of Tense Virtual Reality Gameplay
ROM Extraction will be available sometime this fall, and will support the PlayStation Aim controller.
Today, during a livestream with Sony Interactive Entertainment at E3 2017, developer First Contact Entertainment showed off some brand new gameplay for its latest game ROM Extraction.
The demo presented shows the player shooting at aliens from a fixed point within a location, with some commentary from the developers in the background.
During the course of the demo, the developer revealed that the base gun that players will start off with actually looks like the PlayStation Aim controller, and that the appearance will change as the player progresses throughout the game.
You can check out the full gameplay demo at the end of the article.
ROM Extraction is a virtual reality arcade shooter set decades in the future, where players have to survive endless waves of extra-terrestrial beings. During the course of the game, players are able to manipulate time in various ways, including slowing it down, all with some sweet EDM music in the background.
For the PlayStation VR version, players will be able to use the PlayStation Aim Controller to fire their weapons. The original PlayStation Move controllers will also be compatible. The PlayStation VR version also includes exclusive content that was not found in the original, such as new enemies, new weapons, new levels, and new gameplay modes. As of the time of this writing, ROM Extraction on PSVR does not have a price or an exact release date, however First Contact Entertainment says that the should be available in fall of 2017.
The title was originally released on Steam on December 7th, 2016 for $19.99, and supports both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive VR units.