Spirits of Xanadu is a new indie game which has just been released on Steam and we must say we don't really know what to think about it. Developed by two men (Allen Trivette and Lee Williams), this first person adventure/shooter game is a sort of tribute to System Shock, without the RPG aspect. The non textured 3D is reminiscent of a past long gone but that we don't mind really. The same can't be said of the controls when playing with a gamepad, which we strongly advise not to. Some will say it makes sense as it is after all a PC title, and it's true, but since the game is fully compatible with controllers, it's a bit of a shame aiming feels so stiff and awkward. Combat is not particularly interesting anyway, thankfully exploration, though repetitive, is quite atmospheric. Wandering through the corridors of the deserted spaceship Xanadu, you'll find audio logs and strange pages, something we think is the main interest of the game. Check out our videos and make up your own mind about it.
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they should probably beef up their PSVR production though at least a little. before people get tired of waiting. again, some places have them readily available. others have non. (48 minutes ago)
not manufacturing 40 million and expecting to sell every unit. lol. (49 minutes ago)
@MrWhite: they haven't. in some places it's been sold out, much like PSVR. they're clearly playing it safe with both. realistic expectation basically. (51 minutes ago)
Couple of million wouldn't be bad numbers. I don't think they've made a surplus amount of them in any case. Similar with the PSVR. (52 minutes ago)
i'd assume it's sold a couple million worldwide. i can't imagine it's setting the world on fire. (57 minutes ago)
@MrWhite: they released NPD numbers i think a while back. black friday maybe? i think it was something like 40% of the sales of that month were pro. 60% was slim... (58 minutes ago)