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Virtual Experience with a Grand Order

Virtual Reality, more commonly abbreviated as VR, have come a long way since its first conception during the end of the 20th century.

Gaining the much-needed push in the last few years via the rise of the likes of Oculus Rift, HTC Vive as well as Sony PSVR, the programmes and applications catered towards them are still pretty much at their infancy at best unfortunately.

Nevertheless, we do get to experience some incredible stuff using these Head Mount Displays, at a much more affordable price when compared to what they offered back in the last millennium.

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Celebrating the success of their Android/iOS smart phone RPG game Fate/Grand Order, the company announced the making of a VR experience of the game itself back in the middle of the year, featuring the main character of the game itself, Mash Kyrielight, your in-game lovely kouhai.

After a few public testing at various venues around Japan within the months, Fate/Grand Order VR Feat. Mash Kyrielight has finally been released onto PlayStation Network a few days back as a free download for those with a JP PSN account.

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Yet Another Day At The Festival

Concluding my report on the pilgrimage to C3 Anime Festival Asia 2017 will be a look at the Creative Market A.K.A. the doujin zone, as well as the various cosplayers roaming around and within the halls… 


Creative Market

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A Day At The Festival

Took me a couple of days after returning from the land of the fishy lion before I managed to trim down the many photos I took from C3 Anime Festival Asia Singapore 2017…

As usual due to my photo-machine-gunning nature during the three days, I ended up with hoards of duplicates as well as many unfocused and blurry shots that I had to subject to massive culling, from about 1500 in total downed to just 300+… 

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Enjoyed the seiyuu sections on the main stage along with the many booths and displays in the exhibition halls, especially those that shows anime series production key frames and sketches, as well as the many experience zones. 

Major sponsors really spared no expenses making their individual booths as elaborate as possible to attract the attention of fans and regular visitors alike…

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The Day Before The Festival

The calm before the storm, otherwise refer to as the setup day, is when the organisers and participants of the Anime Festival Asia busy setting up their booths and displays.

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Honoured to be invited to a media preview at one of the conference room in Suntec Convention Centre, I paid the site a visit and had a glimpse of the progress as well as getting some early preview of the attractions that will be available to the public tomorrow.

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