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Sharknado Jumps the Shark (Again) with a VR Video Game

 |  |  |  November 16, 2018


Can you believe that there have been SIX Sharknado movies already? Count ’em! Six terrible movies. They’re all about being completely terrible with over-the-top shark action and horrible CGI. But for some reason that I will never understand, they are modern cult classics. But guess what? Sharknado has a VR video game too.

No joke. It’s called Sharknado VR: Eye of the Storm and is developed and published by Autumn VR. The game was actually announced back in August at the premiere of Sharknado 6 in LA. It’s a first-person shooter where you get to use a bunch of cool weapons like chainsaws in order to kick some shark butt.

“In ‘Sharknado VR: Eye of the Storm,’ players find themselves in the middle of the gory action as they battle freak, fin-filled weather phenomena…players fight through familiar scenarios and scenes from the “Sharknado” movies, in locales from LA to NYC to Kansas and more. “Sharknado” wranglers will save soaking-wet bystanders while dodging and clashing with sharks, jellyfish and barracudas, and even come across awesome Easter eggs along the way.”

The game actually looks better than the movies. Sharknado VR: Eye of the Storm is available right now on Steam if you need some shark killing action in your life. It will cost you $18.99, and will be coming to PSVR later in the year.

[via Mike Shouts]



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