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Reprising your role from the original game, you will become an agent of the enigmatic ESPR organisation. ESPR was set up to deal with the outbreak of telekinetic abilities among ‘special’ citizens and consequences of the event. You’ll venture to exotic locations, including the outer reaches of your mind, as you attempt to thwart a villain’s quest to obtain a mysterious artefact.

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Developer Coatsink has announced that it is re-releasing the first Esper game for the Oculus Rift, as a part of a new package called Esper: The Collection. Previously, Esper was only available on its original launch platform, the Samsung Gear VR, while its sequel, Esper 2, was available on both Gear VR and the Oculus Rift as a launch title.

Coatsink CEO Tom Beardsmore said of the release:

“Both Esper and Esper 2 received a great reception on Gear VR last year, and that positive momentum only increased with the launch of Esper 2 on Oculus Rift. We’re excited to be bringing Esper 1 to Rift so that players can experience everything Esper has to offer.”

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Both Esper games are first-person puzzle experiences. The first game, set in 1975, follows an outbreak of extra-sensory abilities in the population, prompting the government to set up test facilities to gauge peoples’ extra-sensory aptitude. The game sees you inside one of these test facilities, solving problems with your ability to telekinetically move objects from a distance.

Interestingly, Esper: The Collection will actually be replacing Esper 2 on the Oculus Store. This means that anyone who currently owns Esper 2 will receive the Oculus Rift version of the original Esper game for free. Those who don’t will be able to buy Esper: The Collection for US$14.99.

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