Loco Dojo Adds Four Player VR Party Gaming In This Month To Vive

Make Real’s Loco Dojo hit the Oculus Rift earlier this year, allowing for four player party gaming in VR. Now the HTC Vive is getting in on the fun.
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Loco Dojo arrives on Steam on July 27th with support for both the Vive and Rift with cross-play supported. Giving Vive players access to the game should mean that more people will be online to meet up with. Together you’ll play Mario Party-style minigames that will have you riding pigs, squashing bugs and grabbing fish with claws. A total of 16 games feature all-in-all, and you can tackle them in single player should you so desire.

Perhaps best of all, Loco Dojo features the voice work of beloved British actor, Brian Blessed. He played Boss Nass in Star Wars, but he’s better known for being loud, outrageous, and utterly lovable.
The game’s set to cost $19.99 on launch, though if you have a Rift you can currently grab it for $9.99 as part of the Oculus Summer Sale.