VR rhythm boxing Beat the Beats drops free PSVR 2 demo
TICKER

VR rhythm boxing Beat the Beats drops free PSVR 2 demo

Parallel Circles has released a demo for its VR rhythm boxing game Beat the Beats on Playstation VR 2. The demo includes a tutorial and four levels, with the final level showcasing the intensity of the later game. The full game launched earlier this year, with releases planned for SteamVR, Quest 3, Quest 2, and Quest Pro later in 2024. Demos are also available on SteamVR and Metas App Lab. In Beat the Beats, players use boxing-style punches to fight through musical arcade levels in VR. Click here for our full review.

Press Release
PSVR 2: Sugar Mess Demo Hits PlayStation Store
TICKER

PSVR 2: Sugar Mess Demo Hits PlayStation Store

JollyCo has released a new demo for their game, Sugar Mess – Let’s Play Jolly Battle, for Playstation VR 2 owners. The demo, now available on the Playstation Store, offers a variety of levels, enemies, and gameplay scenarios. A new trailer and high-resolution screenshots have also been released. The game, first launched in the Meta App Lab in June 2023, is a family-friendly VR shooter set in a candy-themed universe. Players use candy-themed guns to repel pastry invaders in the Sugar Kingdom. The developers plan to release additional content for the game later this year.

PS Store
logo

PSVR 2: Beat the Beats aims to challenge Beat Saber for the VR rhythm throne
TICKER

PSVR 2: Beat the Beats aims to challenge Beat Saber for the VR rhythm throne

Beat the Beats VR, a new rhythm game for Playstation VR 2 that combines boxing and music, will be released on February 27th. You use boxing techniques such as jab, block and uppercut, dodge or duck to driving beats. The principle is similar to Beat Saber, FitXR or Les Mills Bodycombat. However, the gameplay of Beat the Beats differs in the way you have to execute the punches: The punches don't come straight at you, but in arcs from different directions. This should result in more realistic movements, similar to a real boxing match.

Playstation Blog
logoShow more articles