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Cinderella Girls Viewing Revolution “Weirder in Actuality!”




The advent of PlayStation VR has caused footage of various virtual reality titles to surface online, including Idolmaster: Cinderella Girls Viewing Revolution, which allows players to attend an actual idol concert starring their favorite Cinderella Girls, though many have found the game to look weirder than they initially thought from an observer’s standpoint…

Footage of Idolmaster: Cinderella Girls Viewing Revolution in action:

Idolmaster: Cinderella Girls Viewing Revolution is available now as a Playstation VR exclusive.

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  • Bought it and tried.
    Sadly the resolution of PS VR headset beyond horrifying, I can’t see clearly the angel Uzuki face, especially when you focus your eye you can even count the pixel out. And when they are running you can see the trail, this game really need a high resolution and optimize to shine.

    Software wise some bald audiences will block your view, you wish you can use the light beam to hit them, well that’s sort of the point for live stage, can’t argue with that too much.
    And there’s sort of a speaker/stand on the stage which block the idol someway, who the fuck suggested to put this need to be fired.

    The sound quality is very horrible too, yeah they need to blend the song with the audience call+surround effect which may result in shitty sound quality.

    So much potential for this game.So much potential.

    • You’re paying $700 to attend however many concerts they make (and you are willing to buy) as often as you want, when you want. All from the comfort of your room. For some, it might be a bargain.

      I can imagine future idol/seiyuu events being done in VR for many reasons. (VR AKB48 handshaking event, anyone?)

      While I KNOW SEGA will abuse the crap out of Hatsune Miku for this, I wouldn’t mind a “live” ClariS or Macross (Plus or Frontier era) concert in VR.

    • I want to see how this effects the users with eye strain, nausea or any symptoms similar to motion sickness. Many of the neurons that don’t shut down show abnormal patterns of activity. In the real world, these neurons create a map of space, but in the virtual world, the map of space is totally destroyed. If you play any kind of games with movement this could be a problem over time.

      • Having close relationships with at least half a dozen medical professionals, it is already a medical nightmare, and no signs showing it will get any better, only a lot worse as things progress.

        And I might be idotic enough to have it happen to me, with VR goggles & VR treadmill. Swapping health and real life for anime life & vocaloid world, and I might be okay with it, even in larger doses.

        It will probably be physically painful in the eyes during later stages.

        As an antidote, I was physically very fit, however still get motion sickness easily. After becoming decent with FPS, motion sickness went away. Even in very rough seas with a boatful of puking former fit military types, including a few Naval & Marine types.

        Anyway, going to try to find Miku & group, Sonico & band, Touhou, and others doing yuri.

        A long way from this at least half a decade ago.

        Around the same time, there was a clip of walking with VR Miku in a real life park somewhere.