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ABE VR

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ABE VR is an intense experience that recreates the horrifying story about a misguided robot seeking the unconditional love of humans…at whatever cost.

Created in Unreal Engine, and continuing our filmmaking in virtual reality, ABE VR is based on ABE the multi-award winning short film, and planned feature film, written and directed by Rob McLellan.

No longer do you have to just watch the film, you now get to experience it as a character. Specifically, ABE’s chosen victim.
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Hammerhead VR
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Hammerhead VR
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.hammerheadvr.com/abe/

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 64-bit or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4590 or greater
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290 or better
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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ABE VR reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Well first you have to understand that this is not a game. At all. This is a 3d scene lasting 8 minutes where the Android pours out your soul. Not to say to be particularly impressive or scary, but as a free demonstration of BP technology is very much even nothing. Interactive is limited by the ability to spin the head at 360 degrees... Which in itself is already creepy considering that by story you are tied to a chair)
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Microsoft from Russian
Finally, the hands reached this creation, long wanted to try. That's right, it's not a game, but rather an interactive episode where we act as a victim of a robot. I'd say it's all like "200-year-old man became a maniac." Atmospheric, but, alas, even for the scene is boring. For those who understand little English, the essence will not come, because there are no subtitles. From the technical side, everything is quite ambiguous. Personally, I really liked that, unlike other "sitting" VR-games here, our head does not fall from the body and flies, and just pulls the body behind him back, forward, to the side. It just adds faith to what happens as if you're really on this table/bunk. And that's disappointing, it's the lack of image on the monitor screen. The glasses were fine, but those who look at the monitor could see only the black window and the sounds, nothing more... And this I personally did not understand at all. With other games before and after this everything worked fine. I Recommend more to those who have not really tried VR and especially impressionable, because the seasoned players certainly managed to survive the moments and the more pohleche.
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Horrorfying Story ¿..?.. In addition to much gelder of the Robot, which apparently has no Hobbies, not much happens. So I didn't feel it very horrically now, maybe I'm too blunted. Rather, you could take apart the Text that the Robot tells in English lessons and write a Work about it. (Text Interpretation, however, is more at home in German). For more, this is not good. Here I lie between, ok who is never used To horror, over for Nuts OK, up to 10min of Life (sch) turns to which you no longer look back and is glad that this Techdemo doesn't go any longer. There are Techdemos, which are essentially Imposers. With whom one should rather waste your Life. But OK, someone has thought, sat at The Text for days, which "Abe" is bumbling in front of him and then animated something to justify the Vive use, because only Headphones do. The Developer was certainly happy and could hardly save himself from euphoria when he ordered the Techdemo at Steam. This should also be appreciated, because to be Honest, I am Happy: I have not invested as much Time in this Techdemo as the Developer (* Now even sign of Euphori highest grades *) ... Lucky...
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