Korean company MGame brought its in-development Princess Maker VR to Korea VR Festival 2016 in Seoul, which ran from October 6 to 9. The game, which is due out for PC and console in 2017, is a rebuild of the PC game Princess Maker 2 in virtual reality.
A demo of the game using HTC Vive was shown off at the event. The player takes on the role of a father, whose daughter will grow by communicating with her, selecting her outfits and hairstyles, complimenting her appearance, and physical contact such as patting her on the head.
While a platform for the console release was not announced, the key visual for the game uses a PlayStation VR headset and PlayStation controller symbols. PlayStation VR is also the only virtual reality headset for console, making it the only candidate for a console release.
If you missed it, Princess Maker 2 Refine was recently released on Steam.