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  • Works with any song in your PlayStation®4 music library! Plug in a USB flash drive loaded with your favorite songs and Harmonix’s internal music analysis engine does the rest.
  • Four unique worlds will let you experience your music like you never have before. Chill on a transforming alien beach in The Beach, create 3D drawings in The Easel, get the dance party started The Dance, and more!
  • Featuring 17 music tracks, including songs from the cult classic beatmatch rhythm game Amplitude™, A City Sleeps™, and hand crafted music from Harmonix’s very own, M-Cue.

This dance party needs you and your music collection to get it started.

Harmonix Music VR brings your songs to life across 4 wildly different experiences. We’ve already revealed two: The Beach, a relaxing, surreal landscape with hidden surprises, and The Easel, which allows you to create virtual 3D art that reacts to your music. Today we’re adding to that list with The Dance!

The Dance is a brand new world for Harmonix Music VR that lets you to choreograph moves for whacky characters. Once you’ve got the party going on the dance floor, you can go to town with a variety of toys at the DJ booth, and even wreak havoc in Giant Mode.

We’ve had a lot of fun creating this world and seeing the silly dances people create. The Dance is a fun experience not only for the player, but everyone in the room! Seriously, once you start a conga line on this dance floor, there’s no stopping one from starting in your living room.

Harmonix Music VR features 17 songs, including music from our PlayStation cult-classic rhythm game Amplitude, 2014’s bullet-hell extravaganza A City Sleeps, and an entire album hand-crafted for Harmonix Music VR by Harmonix’s very own M-Cue. 17 songs not enough? Harmonix Music VR works with your entire music collection! Simply plug in a USB drive in your PlayStation 4 loaded with your favorite tracks to experience your music in virtual reality!

Get ready to unlock the power of your music library with Harmonix Music VR, launching alongside PlayStation VR this October.


PlayStation VR titles, he says, will generally range in price from $20-$40, though there will be some games at higher and lower price points.

That’ll help.


The rundown of Batman VR. Basically, it’s an hour-long experience and Greg Miller loved it. Discussion begins at 13:00.


Is that word going to have negative implications to it with more and more VR “experiences” coming out? We might have to rethink what we call that in Lifebar. Ugh.


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PlayStation VR titles, he says, will generally range in price from $20-$40, though there will be some games at higher and lower price points.

That’ll help.[/quote]


Is the only thing I can think of when I see that gif.


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More coming soon:

Well, tomorrow and Saturday (June 17 and 18), we’re going to offer PS VR demos at more than 30 Best Buy and GameStop locations. Starting on June 24, that number will expand to about 300 locations across the US and Canada.


Perfect, I can eat a Cinnabon, get my ears pierced, buy a baller hat, play PS.VR, build a bear, and end the day at American Girl. Now THAT sounds like a way to experience playstation.


Crytek sure makes pretty games. I can’t believe this is running on the PSVR after everyone doubted its capabilities.


Something about it’s presentation just screams smoke and mirrors to me. I don’t know if it’s the lumbering movement (I first thought it was on rails) or what, but it’s just not adding up. I know that sounds super skeptical, but years of watching misleading trailers/gameplay have done that to me.


I’m stealing this list from a thread called “So you thought PSVR games on PS4 would look like $#!+? Think again!

But basically, the rumors of PSVR not being able to handle graphics have been greatly exaggerated. Some people have talked about jaggies, but for the most part, people are surprised by how good the games look when we’ve all heard PS2/PS3 graphics at best.

XING: The Land Beyond




Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin

Here They Lie

Star Wars Battlefront: X-Wing VR Mission

Resident Evil 7


Hey, I was also down on E3 until I met a bunch of people that went there this year and saw all of their tweets of the great times they were having, so maybe I just need to listen/watch less Giant Bomb. I have to say though, it is tough to transition to Kinda Funny and what seems like their blind love for Sony, or is that just Colin?


Colin and Greg love Sony and they aren’t ashamed of it.


I’m gonna see if I can get in on this today. From what I’m seeing it looks like the only one in Minnesota doing it is the one in Roseville though. Are you seeing something different?


Played Eve for about 5 mins. It was pretty cool. The low resolution is a little jarring after watching people play on the hi-def tv, but after a second it doesn’t matter as you really get into it. 5 minutes definitely isn’t enough, but it was a taste that I enjoyed. It was practically worth it just for the conversations in line.


Conversations in line…go on.


Hehe, sorry, nothing exciting, just talking to other gamers about VR and what we hope to see. Resident Evil was brought up a couple times as a real hope that regular games will translate well to it. We all thought the move controllers could use an update, but could understand Sony waiting on that to keep cost down. I think I might have been the only one among the three other guys I was talking to that has it preordered. Pretty sure I’ll keep my preorder, at least to add myself to early support, but I am excited for the games, too.


Kind of excited about that new light gun, too. It has the combination of the wand and the movement sticks I’ve been wanting to see. I’m still wondering why they haven’t shown support for the Move Navigation controller, though, unless there’s something to the nav hardware that’s not quite compatible.


Are you not seeing these results when you go to

I would like to go check it out soon to see if it’s worth keeping my pre-order, but I better figure out what you are seeing first to decide if I need to go to Roseville or not.