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Content Rating: Everyone
Ever wanted to ride the vibes of a top DJ playing a packed festival’s main stage? Here’s your chance to shine: all it takes to be an Electronaut is the passion to become one with the beat. Create music with confidence, no matter your skill level, as you make music magic in this VR-exclusive experience. Featuring music from the likes of The Chainsmokers, Krewella, Tiesto, ZHU, and DJ Shadow and Grammy-winning superproducers Stargate, Electronauts puts their music in your hands to remix, produce, and perform. Electronauts has already wowed crowds with live performances by 12th Planet and Bijou at EDC Las Vegas and showcases at E3, SXSW, and NAMM—and now it’s your turn to step into the spotlight. Electronauts is powered by Survios’s proprietary Music Reality Engine™, which transforms song elements into interactive components that will always sound epic no matter how you mix them.
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This game is truly for anyone that has a PSVR. Considering how dry of a spell we’ve been living through the last few months any software that we get at this level should be enjoyed by all. Fans of Rhythm games, DJ’ing and music in general will love their time with Electronauts. If you have a PSVR check out Electronauts asap.
Simply put, Survios has done it again. Electronauts is not only one of the most enjoyable music games I’ve ever played, but it serves as a stark reminder of why Survios are some of the very best in the business. I’m still no die-hard of EDM, but the game has certainly opened my eyes to the wide variety of music that exists within the genre and just how fun it can be to manipulate it.
Electronauts’ slickly presented, highly interactive sound stage makes for a thoroughly entertaining musical application. It’s so easy to get into the groove as you remix songs in virtual reality, and while you probably won’t recognise a lot of the artists included, the songs are solid and easy to manipulate. Veteran musicians may long for a little more control, but by emphasising accessibility, this is a game that everyone can enjoy.