PlayStation unveils six new games for PSVR2 including Fantavision Sequel

A new PlayStation blog post Office introduces six new PlayStation VR2 titles from various Japanese developers, including a sequel to the 2000 PlayStation 2 rhythm game, Fantavision.

Other games announced include action game Altair Breaker, rhythm game Kizuna AI – Touch the Beat! and more. We’ll break down what PlayStation has to say about each of these six new titles below.

Fanta Vision 202X

Fantavision is a puzzle rhythm game released on the PS2 in 2000 and it’s something of a cult classic. The series has remained dormant since that original release, but developer Cosmo Machia Inc. is bringing it into this decade with a brand new sequel called Fantavision 202X.

“The game is an artistic combination of action, shooting, strategy and puzzles,” the blog post reads. “The PS VR2 headset and PS VR2 Sense controller give you an immersive experience as you fill the star-studded sky with sparkling fireworks.”

In Fantavision 202X your goal is to capture at least three firecrackers of the same color and shoot them into the night sky. You can also catch fireworks of different colors by using Wild Fireworks and shooting it with Daisy Chain that combines multiple colors. Collect items during your sessions to start the game’s bonus mode, Starmine. In PSVR2, you capture fireworks by aiming at them and pulling the trigger on the Sense controller. You then shoot the fireworks by pressing the circle.

“In addition to the single player mode, a replay mode is also available,” reads the PlayStation Blog post. “You can change the camera angle for incredible replays, freeze time to enjoy the show, add different effects and more. You can also experience the vibrations of the fireworks through haptic feedback, allowing you to fully absorb the breathtaking fireworks.”

Fantavision 202X will be released on February 22, 2023 for PSVR2.

Altair crusher


“Multiplayer sword fighting action comes to PS VR2 in the form of Altair Breaker,” reads the blog post. “The AI-created virtual world Altair was once a beautiful archipelago covered by a sea of ​​clouds. Now, surrounded by its collapsed brethren, a single floating island remains. An experimental combat AI roams its ruins, ruled by a fully autonomous weapons legislation. Zero. It is to this place of danger that you must travel and face these vicious creatures up close.”

You can play the game with up to three other players as you glide through the air, scale walls across the island, fight with full 360 degree movement, perform aerial combos, use AOE attacks and special abilities, and much more.

Altair Breaker will be released on February 22, 2023 for PSVR2.

The Story of Onogoro


Last Labyrinth creator Amata KK brings a new co-op adventure called The Tale of Onogoro to PSVR2 on February 22nd. In it, players are thrust into a unique parallel world where they must ally with a shrine maiden named Hal on the island of Onogoro. Together you must defeat the five giant kami that inhabit Onogoro, and to do so you must solve some puzzles.

“While wielding the legendary celestial weapon, capable of manipulating objects and firing Ki once absorbed, some puzzles can only be solved by Hal, while others can only be solved by you,” reads the PlayStation Blog post . “Plus, you share health with Hal, which makes it all the more important for you both to avoid injury. However, in sticky situations, you can hold hands with Hal to heal, so make sure you don’t miss Hal’s call for help.”

The Tale of Onogoro will be released on February 22nd, 2023 on PSVR2.

Kizuna AI – Touch the Beat!


Kizuna AI – Touch the Beat! is a new rhythm game coming to PSVR2 from developer Gemdrops, Inc. It also comes for PSVR and its flat screen mode allows PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 players to enjoy the game as well. In it, players will use the Sense controllers “like pen lights to hit colored boxes on stage in time with the power of Kizuna AI, or use View Mode to freely move around the stage.”

According to Gemdrops, Inc., the team has a variety of DLCs planned for after the game’s release, including additional songs, costumes, a new singing-specific AI (Kizuna-chan), and #kzn-chan songs.

Kizuna AI – Touch the Beat! Coming to PSVR2 on February 22, 2023.

Dyschrony: Chronos Alternate


Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate is a VR investigation game from MyDearest Inc., makers of Tokyo Chronos and Altdeus: Beyond Chronos on PSVR. Dyschronia takes place in the future in a maritime city called Astrum Close. His crime rate is 0.001% thanks to “dreams” capable of somehow preventing crime. However, the town’s founder, Professor Rumford, is murdered and Hal Scion must investigate the case to find out what happened and why it happened.

“The investigation is conducted using Memory Dive, an ability that allows the player to access the past by touching objects with their left hand and reliving the owner’s memories,” the blog post reads. “The present can also be altered by interfering with the owner’s actions when their destinies diverge. A helpful ally to aid in the investigation is Lily, the Navigator robot who is always with Hal and can provide unexpected clues.

“In addition to the crime scene, the investigative field also includes the beautiful augmented dreaming world that integrates people’s dreams that can be seen when accessing the network. One of the main features of this game is that you can enjoy VR spaces with completely different atmospheres: the real world where the incident happened and the world of augmented dreaming where mental space is maintained. Examine the two-dimensional field and get to the bottom of the mysterious incident.”

Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate launches on February 22, 2023 on PSVR2.



The last game announced today is X8, a new 5v5 tactical multiplayer shooter coming to PSVR2. Each match runs over several three-minute rounds in which the attacking group must place and detonate explosives while the defending side tries to stop them. Each hero in the game uses a unique weapon and three special abilities that are activated with specific scythe controller gestures. More game modes are planned for the future of X8, and the game will support crossplay.

X8 doesn’t have a release date yet, but will come to PSVR2 at some point in the future.

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