Oculus Quest and SteamVR’s newest cooking sport sees you serving up steamy ramen.
Counter Combat Ichiran is obtainable on each platforms now for $13.49 developed by Tricol. It’s the most recent entry within the unusually long-running and VR unique Counter Combat sequence (which is as much as its fourth mainline version with a number of spin-offs similar to this) and the primary to achieve Quest. Ichiran itself is an actual life chain of eating places based in Fukuoka in 1960. Within the sport, you develop into an official worker of the model and want to arrange the completely different parts of a dish and serve them up on time.
When you’re aware of different VR video games like Cook dinner-Out you then’ll just about know what which means; holding your cool as you assemble completely different dishes with out getting your thoughts in a muddle. However Ichiran additionally judges gamers by the usual of presentation of their dishes. Test it out within the trailer beneath. Healthful, no?[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzBivnf8X0I?feature=oembed&showinfo=0&rel=0&modestbranding=1&iv_load_policy=3&playsinline=1&enablejsapi=1&w=1170&h=658]
The sport’s single-player solely, with no multiplayer modes, which looks like a little bit of a missed alternative. As a substitute you’ll be aiming for top scores and taking within the ambiance, which Tricol says has been authentically replicated for VR. When you’re on the lookout for different VR cook-offs then we positively suggest Cook dinner-Out’s cooperative marketing campaign antics.
Counter Combat Ichiran isn’t the one new Quest and SteamVR sport out this week. We additionally noticed the complete launch of multiplayer VR shooter, Hyper Sprint and a Quest model of horror shooter, Crashland. Are you going to be selecting something up this week? Tell us within the feedback beneath!
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