11 Cool Games You Might Have Missed At PAX East 2017
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Running like Sonic the Hedgehog in virtual reality sounds like a recipe for motion sickness, but there’s something enticing about Sprint Vector—and it’s not just the leaderboards. The game is entirely played by pumping your arms. You can swing up and down to build speed, fling yourself up ledges to climb walls, and Superman pose to glide forward. Glowing lights make it clear what you can and can’t interact with, so you it’s easy to focus on the track ahead, and constant commentary from the fictional race announcers encourages you to find the fastest route past your opponent. VR provides an opportunity for some crazy rides, and Sprint Vector lets you control the whole ride yourself.