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Japanese commercial ad for Resident Evil 4 VR is freaking cool

Japanese commercial ad for Resident Evil 4 VR is freaking cool.

'Resident Evil 4' for Oculus is fun, but it doesn't feel quite as classic in VR. One of the best games of all time received a stunning Oculus makeover, but the platform has its limitations.

Japanese commercial ad for Resident Evil 4 VR
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Resident Evil 4 is one of those games that almost everyone has played. We've all played through Skyrim's several re-releases, but the two games are currently neck and neck. With that in mind, you'd assume the ad campaign would be fairly subdued. Are you a fan of this game? Play it now in virtual reality. Sorted and ready to sell in the tens of thousands.

Capcom, on the other hand, appears to have had a different plan. While the game was only recently published in the United States, it received one of the most amazing and horrifying horror game advertisements ever seen in Japan. The commercial is 32 seconds of nonstop brutality, as hundreds of creatures break into the house of an unsuspecting player, presumably to demonstrate how the VR Edition immerses you in the action.

The ad, as you can see, remains calm for about three seconds. A chainsaw-wielding foe then bursts into the unfortunate man's living room, causing havoc for the next 30 seconds. The player pulls out a gun and begins gunning down creatures as they surround him in the high-octane trailer, only to be tossed out a window into a mob of even more adversaries. If that doesn't pique your interest in seeing what the game is all about, I don't know what will.

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This isn't the only tragedy the VR re-release has wreaked on its audience. As we previously reported, some gamers claim that the game can be an excruciatingly unpleasant experience if you have boobs. Players must reach for their chest to pick up a knife, which may be a minor error. While this should be acceptable, the stress of fighting causes players to push their hands into their chest in order to obtain the knife as quickly as possible, leaving a bruise if something gets in the way. You may rebind the controls so that picking up the knife is as simple as pressing a button, but it goes against the whole point of a VR experience.

Resident Evil 4 VR is officially available, having debuted on October 21.

H/S: Simulation Therapy (Youtube). 

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