Dimensional Intersection game coming to PC on Steam, PlayStation VR and Oculus this fall
Nowadays, most of the games that can be found on Windows Store and on other similar platforms somehow aim at a particular type of gamer. Regardless the game type you prefer, it’s easy to notice that each piece of software features general aspects that usually bring up battles between mythological or fantasy heroes through which you can test your strategic skills or your real-time-action capabilities. So, the action in each game is trying to be as addictive as possible.
But, what if you choose something more relaxing instead? Maybe you are the type of user who prefers a game that is not that violent, a game that can reveal new perspectives through which you can forget about a stressful day. Maybe you aren’t looking for high-res gameplay in order to test the performance of your Windows 10-powered device. If that’s the case, Dimensional Intersection might be the perfect choice for you.
“Dimensional Intersection is a crazy experience that distills music into the purest form,” said Tyrone Rodriguez, the founder of Nicalis, the publisher introducing Dimensional Intersection to Steam, PlayStation VR, and Oculus this fall.
The game is currently under the development, but the official press release has already been released. Dimensional Intersection is developed by the Swedish studio DNV and as already described, will bring surreal environments and futuristic forms which will continuously change as you make your own path through a unique journey.
If titles like The Binding of Isaac or Cave Story sound familiar for you, then you must know that Dimensional Intersection is produced by the same team. The gameplay is intuitive and yet extremely addictive: your journey will sync with the music and will create a meditative environment where your mind can run freely while you will explore new virtual realities.
If I managed to arouse your curiosity, be on the lookout: Nicalis Inc. will officially release Dimensional Intersection on PlayStation VR, Oculus, and Steam this fall.
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