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<p>Little Orpheus initially launched for Apple Arcade back in June and the Chinese Room's cinematic platformer has gone down well with players so far, our own Dann Sullivan was particularly impressed with what it had to offer. Today, it has received its first major update since launch.</p><p>This update introduces new costumes, 100 collectables and a New Game Plus mode arriving in the game. However, unlike most new game plus modes in Little Orpheus, this will unlock at the end of each episode. This means that players can continually play through each chapter to hunt for hidden secrets and collectables.</p>Laund'ring the silken figures in the brine
<p>Square Enix has released Just Cause 3: WingSuit Experience for iOS and Android today.</p><p>It lets you join the upcoming threequel's protagonist Rico Rodriguez as he skydives and wingsuits across the Mediterranean island of Medici.</p><p>You don't get to control Rodriguez directly but can look around in a full 360-degrees as he falls gracefully towards the ground. You do this using your phone's gyrometer.</p><p>Ideally you'd be playing WingSuit Experience using a VR headset such as Google Cardboard as you can physically look around by turning your head then. But it works without one.</p>
<p>With just over a week to go until PSVR's official launch we're a writhing mass of anticipation, excitement, and scepticism. After all, in order to get its price cranked down to the more affordable rate something's got to give – the question is: what is it?</p><p>As the reviews of the headset hit the internet today, things are fairly split down the middle between positives and negatives of the device. However this is what makes for interesting reading and there's one glaringly obvious feature that strikes up a big, red 'X' for people's experiences.</p>A bit of a wire-fuelled rats nest<p>Speaking from my own surprise, I hadn't realised that the set up wasn't as simple as I'd originally assumed. Rather than plugging your headset straight into the PS4, you have to run it through an additional processor which looks to be about a third the size of the console itself. So, that has wires, the camera has wires, the console has wires; it's one step away from Oprah Winfrey.</p><p>Another blunder is that despite PlayStation's recent event in New York, the PSVR's processor unit doesn't pass through HDR. If you don't have a HDR-enabled TV, feel free to skip over this bit but those that do are missing out on another level of definition. While the PSVR processor can feed 1080p and 2160p signals across the simple HDMI cable it can't pass the HDR, which means that you have to unplug your system any time you want the benefit of your lovely, expensive HDR TV. This brings me on to the next point-</p>It still falls short<p>According to numerous reports, the current set up – with the current PS4 console – doesn't actually perform the best compared to other headsets. Whereas the Vive and Oculus run at a tasty 2160 x 1200 display with a 110-degree field, the PSVR only just skims their ankles at 1920 x 1080 resolution with a 100-degree field. As Kotaku's review pointed out this made it easy for the PlayStation camera to lose tracking and pull you out of that immersive experience.</p><p>They point out that where Sony has been faithful to their existing products, they may have shot themselves in the foot by compromising. "It’s difficult to shake the feeling that this older hardware has been conscripted into the service of a pursuit that is beyond its capacity."</p>Older PlayStation tech is the devil<p>By far the one consistent complaint through all of today's reviews has been that the PlayStation Move controllers are just wrong on all accounts. Released six years ago, the controllers are technological grandparents trying to keep up in a young 'n' hip dance class. It does its best but ultimately falls short as the detection is inconsistent. The Verge stated "The PlayStation Move controllers are painfully limited compared to either Oculus Touch or the HTC Vive remotes, simply because their interface is a bad fit for VR."</p><p>The same can be said for the (not included in most bundles) PlayStation camera. Kotaku also provided an interesting gif in which the character constantly shakes on screen like a Parkinson's sufferer. With VR-related nausea a past crutch for the PSVR, this isn't looking good for those with a more sensitive stomach.</p>It's cheaper – but it's still bloody expensive<p>The PSVR's selling point is without a doubt its price difference, sitting at a more commercially affordable rate than the Vive and Oculus, and you don't require a stonking PC to play it. You do however have to fork out £350/$399, plus £49/$59(ish) for the camera, plus £69/$100(ish) for two Move controllers. Suddenly it isn't so cheap anymore. Not to mention on top of that price you've then got the price of the games, each between £15.99 - £49.99.</p><p>So in total that 'commercially cheaper' option puts you up to around £470-£500 which is pretty steep, especially considering it doesn't yet have a melt-your-mind, must-have game to send us all scrambling. I fear that it'll miss out on the wonderful work available from indie developers who perhaps don't have voices quite loud enough to reach PSN.</p><p>I guess we'll have to wait and see. Until then, check out these cracking articles and decide for yourself: Kotaku; Eurogamer; Techradar; UploadVR; The Verge; Tech Crunch; Pocketlint.</p>Rocket of Whispers: Prologue Mod Rocket of Whispers: Prologue v0.6.1 mod Features:Free buy full versionA must-play for OPUS fans!Before she met John - Fei Lin's story begins in Rocket of Whispers: Prologue========= When I awoke, I was all alone.The familiar scenery around me, were in ruins.In a chilling cellar below the apocalyptic snow, Fei Lin the witch wakes up from hibernation, and ventures into the forsaken world. Guide her through the process of escaping the cellar, and seeing the changed world for her first time.“Fei... 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