During Sony’s latest event, PSX (Playstation Experience), many games were revealed. While some sported gigantic robots playing golf (100Ft Robot Golf; I mean, come on? It can’t get more obvious), and we got many announcements regarding the future of PS4 and Playstation VR, there was a particular teaser about a game called Golem. Even though I can’t say I’m not already intrigued enough playing as a 100Ft tall robot, Golem managed to hit a special note inside me—the adventurous kid’s one.
This particular game will be about 안전놀이터 a kid that is seriously injured and has to lie on his bed (or her bed, it’s not clear yet) ‘dreaming of exploring the outside world.’ That kid soon develops a unique skill—the power to create rock creatures named Golems. Through their eyes, and body, the kid will have the ability to gradually explore his/her surroundings. After a while, his/her power will get stronger, ending up at creating, and controlling, 15ft tall Golems.
I don’t know about you, but this game sounds like a hell of game to me. Using Golems like metaphorical means to expanding your point of view, and using your fantasy to actually travel through space, this is the kind of narrative ideas that virtual reality needs to become really popular. Every adult hides an ‘injured kid’ inside him, and it’s not too much to say that the main character works as an interpretation of one’s self.
Every adult hides an ‘injured kid’ inside him, and it’s not too much to say that the main character works as an interpretation of one’s self