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Oculus Rift support!
4 de febrero de 2013 - luckypause

We are excited to announce that we will support the Oculus Rift! We have gotten many requests, and we are happy to say: yes! We will be ordering a development kit, and will support the Oculus Rift at launch. We are excited to bring Homesick to you through the eye of the Rift. We think the game will look awesome in virtual reality.

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The Dude 15 de jun. 2013 a las 16:08 
Vote for Rift support!
L0K3N 9 de mayo 2013 a las 23:50 
Yay! Just earned my vote.
Scinata 24 de abr. 2013 a las 21:13 
Kudos!! Hope I dont need to wait much longer for the dev kit to arrive, and Homesick to be fully explorable thru it.. Oh goody
burleybrawler 15 de abr. 2013 a las 5:02 
Thx for the Oculus Rift support, Your visuals looks great thus far
wafflezonfire 16 de mar. 2013 a las 10:08 
m30w 27 de feb. 2013 a las 17:38 
Gluge 19 de feb. 2013 a las 16:47 
@ O_N_Y_X - "Gotten" is a word, it's the past participle of get. You can read about it in dictionaries. http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/gotten?q=gotten
O_N_Y_X 19 de feb. 2013 a las 4:25 
O_N_Y_X 19 de feb. 2013 a las 4:24 
It is great news- However, I want to know the person(s) who is creating this piece of art- that I plan on donating time and money too- has some degree of interlectual rigor, and spiritual depth. If you are serious about this game- please read far and wide- and fill it with rich philosopy, pathos, allegory, prose, and metapyshical connotation.
O_N_Y_X 19 de feb. 2013 a las 4:20 
I would trust you as a developer just a little bit more, if you refrain from using non existent, and adolesent words such as "GOTTEN"