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Jeff Minter VR Game Polybius features enemy Amigaballs
Posted on 9-Feb-2018 14:41:11
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Polybius from Llamasoft is a VR shooting game released for Playstation 4 on may 2017.

It resumes the name of a mythical arcade that was accused to cause epileptic attacks to players.

Surprisingly I just found it features lots of Amigaballs as enemy characters and varius other quotings cameos of past videogames, computers and consoles.

https://youtu.be/tGi_1V6DZFg

Last edited by Raffaele on 09-Feb-2018 at 02:49 PM.
Last edited by Raffaele on 09-Feb-2018 at 02:48 PM.

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