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Retro Dimensional VR Game Pixel Ripped 1989 Coming July 31

Going back to PAX East this year, with the games we covered then, one that we missed was Pixel Ripped 1989. And now it is officially arriving to VR later this month.
Shortly introduced to us by the game’s Marketing Manager Jesús Fabre, Pixel Ripped puts you into the shoes of a 2nd grade student where the world of her favorite game collides with reality. Set in a classroom, you must complete levels as the game interferes with the real world and try to not get caught by the teacher in the midst of it.
Incorporating the different aesthetics from the 1970s to the next millennium. A combination of 2D sprites from the 70s, 3D graphics from the 90s and an 80s classroom setting is what make Pixel Ripped whole.
With the title being exclusive to VR, the immersion between dimensions of the in-game videogame and the game’s reality feels more interactive and natural. Taking the player on a journey that will keep them glued until they finish the last level.
Pixel Ripped 1989 will be available for PSVR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive at the end of July.

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