The Jarvis Project takes VR to the next level
Company: Housemarque
April 1st, 2015

Test subjects say "real world now sucks"

We are proud to announce that the "Jarvis Project", the new game we are developing in collaboration with Eugene Jarvis, will benefit from Housemarque's bleeding edge experiments with VR tech.

This new technology, which is internally referred as "Boxel tech", allows for unprecedented immersion and graphic fidelity.

After their sessions, previous Boxel testers have reported various degrees of disconnection from the real world and symptoms such as red eyes, palpitations, baldness, and sadly even some loss of life.

Ilari Kuittinen, Housemarque's CEO, commented: "Despite some little hiccups, we're confident that our algorithms are above and beyond all the competition. That being said, it currently only works with games from the '80s."

For a deeper insight into this revolutionary technology, take a look at the reveal video embedded below.

Housemarque goes Virtual Reality.


ABOUT HOUSEMARQUE
Based in Helsinki, Finland, Housemarque is an independent game developer focusing on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PSVita, PC and other platforms. True to our core gamer audience, we prioritize stratified gameplay mechanics and impeccable audiovisual execution to create euphoric gaming experiences. ‘This is gaming’ is our motto.
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