Back in May, we reported that the Sega Genesis Classics collection had integrated support for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive on PC. At the time, though, there was no word on PSVR support. Well, we’ve got some good news for you today.
A free update to the PS4 version of the game brings in support for Sony’s headset. The Sega Genesis Classics set (or Mega Drive Classics, if you live outside the US) bundles in over 50 games from the iconic console, including the likes of Comix Zone, Golden Axe and, of course, the first two Sonic the Hedgehog games.
But just how, I hear you ask, does it work in VR? Simple; the game transforms into a 90’s-themed bedroom from which you can play all of these titles on a virtual TV set. It’s a great way to experience some all-time classic games. We did a lengthy stream showing it off, if you wanted to see more.
Better yet, the collection is one of the many games included in the ongoing summer sale at the European PlayStation Store right now. You back pick it up for £15.99.
Now if someone could just let Sega know we really, really want a Yakuza VR game, that’d be grand.