Game publisher Playism, and developers Ship of Eyln and Microvision recently announced that the Japan first VR cooperative action game Medusa and Her Lover will be coming to the West.
Medusa and Her Lover western version details
PlayStation VR cooperative action video game first launched in Japan in April.
This time around it will launch in the West via the PlayStation Store.
Interested gamers can get it on June 25 with a price tag of $19.99 only.
out the overview below:
the tale of Medusa, cursed to turn all upon whom her gaze falls to tone, and
Gaios, her lover.
control of both of these characters to progress through each stage in this VR
cooperative action title.
an all new gimmick in which two players can split gameplay between the VR
headset and the monitor to enjoy local multiplayer action with a single PS4
“technical” play in which one player takes on both roles is also supported, and
the story progresses as you – with or without a partner – deepen the bond
between Medusa and Gaios.
was known for her beautiful eyes… Eyes which turn those who meet her gaze to
lover, Gaios, has sworn to free her from this curse placed upon her by a witch.
a deadly journey to break the curse so the pair may gaze upon each other once
Play with VR and Your TV Monitor
contains six episodes, with the story progressing as you clear each episode’s
stages while coming up against a variety of obstacles. However, these
“obstacles” are not only monsters; humans and even Medusa’s own powers can also
impede your progress.
story itself isn’t laid out and explained as it is in many games, so infer what
you can from Medusa and Gaios’s conversations and Medusa’s rich facial
Medusa can turn any creature to stone with her gaze. Gaios is no exception to this rule.
Gaios can attack nearby enemies with his sword, while Medusa can attack both long and short range.
When playing with two people, Medusa is controlled via the VR headset, and Gaios is controlled via the TV Screen.
When playing alone, Medusa is controlled with the left hand, and Gaios with the right.
Contains six episodes, each with their own unique setting.
Each stage has a score. Beat your high score by playing on harder difficulty settings.