Face the challenge of escaping the depths of the quantum reactor.
Vertigo is a first person story-based shooter for the HTC Vive developed by Zach Tsiakalis-Brown, George Eracleous and Errol Bucy, and published by Zulubo Productions. You find yourself in the bowels of this machine after being whisked away from your home, and, armed with only the tools you can find, you must make your way to the surface, and the truth. Explore the sprawling underground facilities of Planck Interdimensional’s Quantum Reactor, filled with dark secrets, adorable drones, and parallel universes. Why else would those adorable security drones shoot on sight, and the turrets do their best to blast you into a small crater? This machine lies mysteriously abandoned, but there may be something lurking in the darkness.
|Release Date: 22 December, 2016|
Developer: Zach Tsiakalis-Brown, George Eracleous, Errol Bucy
Publisher: Zulubo Productions
Genre: Action, Shooting, Virtual Reality, Indie
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 7 64
- First person story-based shooter for the HTC Vive.
- Explore the sprawling underground facilities of Planck International’s Quantum Reactor
- Face the challenge of escaping the depths of the quantum reactor.
Vertigo is a full blown singleplayer virtual reality game with a couple chapters, a decent amount of customizeability in the options, and a couple of neat things like the ability to explore huge maps. Vertigo is actually a real adventure so the focus is not just on action like almost everything on VR. Difficulty level is pretty demanding, checkpoints are far and bosses hard to beat. Such a breath of fresh air to play something with a story line and bosses. The game absolutely nails the atmosphere with the lighting, color scheme, and the soundtrack. Grab Vertigo if you have a HTC Vive, you will not be disappointed.