About This GameHolodance was the first VR rhythm game shown to the public, mid 2015. Since then, it has evolved from "Dancing with Dragons" with only a few songs specifically produced for the game in its environmentalism themed Story Mode (WIP, see Early Access), to also letting you play your local music library as well as any of the 60,000 ranked maps for osu! for more than 12,000 songs in Holodance Free Mode:Play in almost 20 diverse environments, ranging from a tropical beach or underwater environment with dolphins and whales, to trippy abstract tunnels or asteroid fields:Whether you follow our friendly dragons down the rabbit hole of a potential dystopic future, and get to fistbump Pritvitej along the way (WIP, Early Access), or prefer challenging yourself with high-intensity beatmaps in a Zero Distraction environment and get a nice workout while you're at it - Holodance has you covered. The game even lets you catch those orbs with your head - and if you already have Vive trackers, you can catch them with your feet, too, Kung Fu style:What is Holodance? Holo obviously was inspired by Holodeck, so imagine "dancing in the Holodeck". Of course, "dancing" just means tuning into the rhythm and freely moving with the music. There are orbs arriving perfectly in sync with the music that you need to catch, and curves you need to follow. But no, we're not gonna tell you how to move because we consider dancing really a free expressive movement of rhythm and joy.CreditsWhile there are currently only four people working on the game full-time, it is actually an international collaboration with talents from across the globe. For the full credits, check out our Press Kit.Mixed Reality, Vive Trackers, Streamer ModeHolodance has full support for Mixed Reality, using the regular SteamVR quadrant view, MixCast (which requires a subscription but has the nice benefit of doing compositing in-game), and also native LIV integration.Vive Trackers are not required to play Holodance but if you have two and attach them to your feet, you can catch orbs with your feet. Up to 7 Vive Trackers (3 recommended) are support by the Holodance Avatar system which lets you breathe life into various forms, from Animé characters to sci-fi soldiers. The Avatar system ties into Streamer Mode, which is designed to let spectators watch players from various 3rd person perspectives that can even be switched automatically by the game, perfectly on the beat.For Arcades and Parties / DemosWe have built-in several features into Holodance to make it work well in demo / party / arcade scenarios. If you enjoy doing demos, or run an arcade, make sure to talk to us. d859598525 Title: HolodanceGenre: Casual, Indie, Sports, Early AccessDeveloper:narayana games UGPublisher:narayana games UGRelease Date: 5 Apr, 2016 Holodance Activation Code [addons] holodance vr review. holo dance video. holodance gameplay. holodance download. mcosu vs holodance. holodance reddit. holodance vs soundboxing. holodance oculus. holodance tutorial. san holo dance. holodance osu. holodance vs audioshield. holodance steam. holodance vive. holodance psvr. holodance local music. gw2 holo dancer. holodance vr. holodance youtube. holodance song list. holodance suggestions. holodance review. holodance osu integration This rhythm game has a lot of variety and the dragons are awesome! A really enjoyable experience all around I would recommend.. As a fairly new VR player, I'm having a BLAST with Holodance -- my most played VR game by far. I'll admit I haven't even checked out the osu! songs but immediately threw a bunch of house and eurodance classics, and boy is it exhilerating. The auto beatmap isn't perfect (basic orbs and sliders), some songs aren't great, but others are fantastic and a great way to work out and have fun (Party Rock for example). Once I start playing, I can't let go for 60 to 120 minutes.As for drawbacks, I had a short freeze once and that's about it (WMR - Odyssey+, Ryzen 5 2600, GTX 1080).If you like that sort of thing or are looking to work out with VR, give it a try. Beware the sweat on your equipment, though.