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- Ghost Giant is a heartfelt puzzle story in VR about trying to keep life together with a little help from a very big friend
- In Ghost Giant, you are the protector of the lonely little boy, Louis
- Invisible to everyone but him, you explore his world and use your size to help him and the citizens of Sancourt
- This is a collaborative project with Swedish writer, Sara Bergmark Elfgren - best known for the Engelsfors trilogy
- A sandbox experience where you can lift and interact with many of the items that inhabit the town of Sancourt
- In doing so you'll help solve puzzles and various challenges that Louis faces along the way
- The dollhouse design means that you can open individual houses and see the occupants going about their daily lives. They can be spun around or even lifted up with various switches, creating an elaborate and interactive environment to play in
- Manipulate the world to make events work in Louis favour
Ghost Giant - E3 2018 Announcement Trailer | PS VR
Ghost Giant isn't revolutionary. It feels like a VR advancement of a classic PC point-and-click adventure game, albeit one with a great look, phenomenal sound design, and a story I'm not ashamed to admit had me choking up a bit toward the end. You won't be blown away by the immersion here, but it's fun to interact with the dollhouse-like sets and just sort of goof around. Like a lot of VR titles, Ghost Giant is a shorter experience, but it's a solid one that tells a charming story in a vibrant and colorful world.
An interesting narrative adventure closer to some point'n click games than to any other game. It's cute graphics and character are what make this game special, despite some minor technical flaws and the feeling that we wanted to have a little bit more of everything on Ghost Giant.
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