Smack Heroes Around In Asymmetrical Party Game Nemesis Realms

After about two months in early access, Nemesis Realms – the sequel to the award-winning Nemesis Perspective – has now been fully released for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Mixed Reality headsets on Steam.

Indie developer, Evocat Games created this asymmetric multiplayer game for people who have one headset at home but more than one eager player clawing at their turn to play. Nemesis Realms is a local fighting party game pits a team of heroes, playing on PC, against a big bad boss, controlled by a player in VR. Plus since it’s an asymmetrical game, there’s plenty of opportunity for both the PC players and the VR boss to create fun and memorable moments.

“Nemesis Realms brings out the multiplayer party side of the seemingly isolated VR experience,” said CEO of Evocat Games, Leevi Pääkkönen. “Coming out of Early Access the game is more optimized and polished, and gives players an additional action-packed stage. Based on community feedback during Early Access we’ve also added in a pool of custom variables and power-ups so players can scale the scope and length of their battles the way they want.”

Check out the trailer below:

Playing across 3 stages, Nemesis Realms builds on its predecessor by supporting up to 5 people, one of which takes on the role of a huge boss monster in VR while the others play as smaller hero characters with regular controllers. Working together, the team’s ultimate goal is to defeat the boss. Each stage has a unique hero-boss pairing and vastly diverse environments. Each stage also features different gameplay mechanics to keep things interesting.

Using custom variables and power-ups, the PC players will be able to strategically swing the battle in their favor – whether they’re battling a three-headed dragon in a dark cathedral or flying around in space while using laser turrets to defeat the magical boss.

So if you’re looking for a fun new party game that includes VR, then make sure to check out Nemesis Realms. The game is available now on Steam at $14.99.

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