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Airborne VR 1944 (Oculus Rift)

Airborne VR 1944 (Oculus Rift)

Airborne VR 1944 (Oculus Rift)

The VR Shop - Silver Award
Price at Time Of Review: £2.29 ($3)
Comfort Rating: Yellow (Mild Movement)
Genre: Interactive Experience
Supported Platforms: Oculus Rift, Rift S
Supported Controllers: Gamepad, Touch (as gamepad), Keyboard & mouse
Best Playing Position: Standing, Sitting
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: PG

Description: Experience being a paratrooper on D-Day like never before in the critically acclaimed Airborne VR 1944, now remastered for consumer VR. It’s just before dawn on June 6th, 1944. One of the most significant battles in human history is about to take place. As part of the 101st Airborne, you are a soldier on one of 800 Allied planes leaving Britain under the cover of night. Your destination: Nazi-occupied France — the coast of Normandy.

Airborne VR 1944 is a compact (approx. 4 minutes) but epic experience that you will want to come back to again and again. And you’ll want to bring your friends over to try it just to see how they react. All proceeds from the sale of Airborne VR 1944 will go towards funding “Among Heroes VR”, our upcoming full-scale (and full-body) episodic VR game franchise.

Review: Airborne VR 1944 is a VR experience of one man’s memories of the D-Day invasion. Featuring a short intro into who he is and what was going on from his point of view. As you might imagine it is pretty horrific and at times pretty scary even when just sat in VR. You have no control over anything, you are just there to experience it.

Virtual reality history trips sounds like something that should be fun. Well, fun this certainly isn’t fun, it’s a powerful, emotion experience that might change the way you think about D-Day forever. War is not nice, the D-Day invasion was a horrific day in human history that should be remembered Why? Because their stories of the past should never be repeated and if necessary we should hear them, over and over until it sinks in that war is never the answer to anything.

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