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Faking to Dance (Steam VR)

Faking to Dance (Steam VR)

Faking to Dance (Steam VR)The VR Shop - Silver Award
System: Valve Index, HTC Vive & Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: Free
Comfort Rating: Red (Extreme Movement)
Genre: 360 Video and Animation
Input: Tracked Motion Controllers, Keyboard & Mouse
Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing, Room-Scale
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: PG

Description: Faking to Dance is an original song by Breaking Forms, a couple’s band based in Boston that mixes powerful vocals and intense sounds.

This song is a bizarre adventure with strong percussion and a powerful middle vocal section. The sounds are overlaid over a screaming guitar that pummels the song through insane landscapes. The visuals carry you through lunar mountains, space stations, geometric tunnels, and a swarm of dancing robots that explodes in cubism.

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Review: ‘Faking to Dance’ is a non-interactive 360° music video in which you listen to some hard rock tunes by the band ‘Breaking Forms’. With a run-time of about 5 minutes, its got an evolutionary style to it as it spins around and pans in and out of things and to be fair it looks pretty good with a black and white style to it, but all the animations and models look nice and clear with fluid movement. Speaking of movement it is worth knowing that there is a LOT of it here, so you will need your VR legs before you give this a go. It’s not the best VR music video I have ever seen, but it is still pretty impressive. It’s also 100% free so do give it a try if you like this sort of experience.

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