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A Man Made VR Adventure Kickstarts in February

A Man Made VR Adventure Kickstarts in February

A Man Made VR Adventure Kickstarts in February

“I created my enemy with my own hands…” – William Kaan Roberts


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CBILAB VR Studios is an indie VR games development group based in Istanbul, Turkey. They recently announced that they will be launching a Kickstarter campaign in February to provide funding for ManMade. The game is described as “a VR adventure game set in an AI-ruled 2050’s dystopian world.”

ManMade will tell the story of Kaan – a man who has dedicated his life to the development of advanced artificial intelligence. After a life changing experience, he alters his view on AI and decides to take his own revenge on the system he created. The game will provide “a futuristic detective-like experience” in a world seen through the eyes of multiple characters. CBILAB promises a game that will change based on the decisions and dialog choices you make and will include “tense” action sequences. Motion capture with real actors, coupled with the use of a cinematic VR camera could make this a highly immersive adventure.

For additional information, visit the  game website. ManMade will be released on HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, PC, Playstation and Playstation VR at a date TBD. 

Cindy Kyser

Cindy Kyser

Cindy’s love affair with gaming began when she opened a mailbox in front of a white house and took the first step in a long series of adventures. ‘Back in the day,’ Cindy was a regular contributor to JA and an active member of the online gaming community. She has attended several E3s and has had the pleasure of spending time in person with both Ray and Randy. Her all- time favorite adventures include the Tex Murphy series, the Gabriel Knight series, and The Longest Journey. She also enjoys RPGs and her list of ‘best ever’ includes Fallout, Asheron’s Call, and Planescape Torment. Â Frustrated with the cost of rising PC system requirements, Cindy decided to switch to console and tablet gaming. Although you can teach some old dogs new tricks, she discovered that console controller dexterity is a skill set that she is lacking. Her results with tablet gaming were not much better. With the exception of a few gems such as The Room and Forever Lost, there is a limit to how much one can play Candy Crush and Hidden Object Adventures. Having proved that pure escapism is worth the investment, she has a new gaming laptop and is back to her search for the perfect adventure. Â After spending most of her life in Los Angeles and Atlanta, Cindy escaped the stress of urban life and moved to rural Arkansas. To show that she has become a true Arkansan, she has taken up deer hunting, wears pink camo, and put a chicken coop in her backyard. On a stressful day, she can be heard yelling ‘Woo Pig Sooie’ when all else fails.

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