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Sword Play and Slow Motion Gun Battles in VR

Slow-motion gun-play and acrobatic combat isn’t only making its way to gaming, but in the form of Virtual Reality (VR) as well with 'Sairento VR'. It's a double wow.

Coming from Mixed Realms, Singapore this mission-driven, first-person hybrid shooter and sword fighting VR role-playing game set in a reimagined future Japan is now available through early access on Steam.

Crafted to provide an engaging and visually stunning first-person sword-fighting and gunplay, players assume the role of a futuristic ninja to take on scores of enemies in Sairento VR. Mixed Realms have promised upgradeable weaponry and skills, innovative game play, intuitive controls, mission based levels, menacing enemies and beautiful environments while players fight to restore order to the world.

"We wanted to treat players to an exhilarating and visceral VR experience, from being able to perform double jumps to taking down foes in a ballet of slow motion gunplay," said Chalit Noonchoo, Creator and Lead Developer of Sairento VR.


It appears the developer may be off to a good start. Within 4 days of its release Sairento VR has garnered more than a thousand purchases and received a 98% positive rating. Fans have complimented Sairento VR for its unique game play and graphical style. This is despite the fact that the game is still only an early access release and that no marketing has been done.

Found among the accolades, "I am a 56 year old freaking time shifting, enemy slaying ninja with guns. Not only have you made me feel like a cool badass killing machine, I am also exhausted, so I got a good work out too."

"We are very heartened with the positive response we are getting from the international gaming community,” Aldric Chang, CEO of Mixed Realms remarked. “We wanted to give players the epic experience of taking down enemies like they are the heroes of a movie. And I think we did it."

Players who can’t wait for the full and complete version, they should mark the third quarter of 2017 on a favorite calendar.

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