The game is a mash-up of three genres: visual keis, virtual keis and virtual kei.
The game features a new style of game called ‘visual art’, in which players use their brains to recreate an image in their mind, and it’s meant to be played on a virtual console or PC.
“The game features different styles of game and we’re trying to create the perfect blend of visual kei and visual art,” creator Yoshikazu Sasaki told GameSpot.
“You can create the visual keisi, and you can create a visual art.
You can create another visual keisu, and then you can have a virtual keisi as well.”
The game uses a VR headset to create a 3D representation of a person’s head.
The player then needs to manipulate a virtual camera and position it so it can capture a certain scene.
Players can interact with their virtual head using various triggers, including taps, swipes and other motions.
The camera can be manipulated by moving the head.
“We’re aiming to have a good experience in the game and bring a lot of content and a lot more games that are being made by our studio,” Sasaki said.
Sasaki has been developing a number of visual games for a variety of platforms, including the PS4, PSVR, Oculus Rift and Xbox One.
But this is the first time he’s releasing a virtual reality game on Steam.
“It’s not like we’re just throwing our money at this project,” he said.
“We’re trying our best to create something really fun and that’s why we’ve been able to make it.”
So it’s a great time to get out there, play a game and create something that’s really fun.