Imagine looking through a tower above your very own army of monsters, that’s what Dragon Front is like. It is a virtual reality card game that’s coming to the Oculus Rift. While there are VR games that would require you to move your head and arms around the room, this videogame brings a more “comfortable” way of playing. But do not think for a second that this is a boring VR game.
Dragon Front is More “Chill” Than Other VR Games
Because the fact that you don’t have to flail your hands and arms around like a madman, this is what makes Dragon Front the kind of game that you would play for hours on end. It is very easy to lose track of time once you put on the Oculus Rift and its controllers then start this game up.
In this VR game, you will summon your very own warriors from the comforts of your own tower and command them to attack your enemy fortress. But your enemies are not one to take this assault lightly as they would do the same thing to your base. Due to the fact that you won’t physically or mentally exert so much effort in this game, you can last longer gaming sessions while using the VR headset.
Dragon Front for the Oculus Rift is developed by High Voltage, a 23-year-old gaming studio, and this particular videogame will arrive for the VR headset on the 2nd quarter of 2016. This company previously worked with some other known videogame titles such as some of the Mortal Kombat games. Another VR game to watch out for by the same developer is called Damaged Core, and it is also for the Oculus Rift.
In order to make the game make you feel like a physical card game, the developer actually made cards, then afterwards some prototypes of miniatures, before they have finally made the virtual reality game. The reason for this is that they wanted to put the feeling of playing across a tabletop like what you would normally do with someone else in the real world, as what High Voltage’s Chief Creative Officer, Eric Nofsinger, would describe.
Dragon Front is one of the games that should be on your wishlist if you’re into VR games. In this realm, you would lose track of time as you would find yourself peeking out of the headset from time-to-time just to check what time it is, only to realize that you may find yourself playing into the wee hours of the morning.