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About This Game

Full Scale Restoration of the Japanese battleship “Yamato” in VR.

Battleship Yamato was constructed during the World War Ⅱ in 1941, and it was the biggest battleship ever built. Unfortunately, Yamato didn’t last through the war, and it sank to the bottom of the sea.
Now, battleship Yamato is completely restored in full scale in VR. It is based on the blueprints and the recollections of the actual crew who are still alive.
In this app, you can actually get on Yamato and walk across the deck, climb up the bridge, and go inside the ship.
See the Yamato crew taking command. View the explosions of the gun fire from a close distance.

The list below shows what you can actually see in the first edition of VR Yamato.

・Deck
・Inside the first bridge
・Inside the main gun
・Scene of the crew practicing firing the gun
・Fire control center
・Captain’s cabin
・Pilot house
・Hangar
・Ship’s kitchen

With VR Yamato, enjoy the battleship from the perspective of an actual crew. d859598525



Title: VR Battleship YAMATO
Genre: Casual
Developer:
Kanda Technologies
Publisher:
Kanda Technologies Inc.
Release Date: 17 Aug, 2017


Minimum:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7 64-Bit or later
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX970
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space

English,Japanese



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This is a great virtual tour of the Yamato Battleship. It's by no stretch a Triple A game with impeccable design from top to bottom. It is not a visual master piece, but it wasn't ever meant to be that kind of game. It lives up to the idea of being able to tour around the Yamato and also allows you to get a sense of the scale of this gigantic Battleship as it actually was when it sailed the sea in 1941.

The key issues you will experience is slight translation issue with the voice simulation. I'd recommend turning on only subtitles and keeping the original Japanese voice overs. It feels a lot better than the robotic voice that attempts to bridge the gap into English. If you listen to the crew with subtitles it lends a little more personality and a sense of realistic portrayal of the crew on board her. At best the crew are animated in a static position. But at the very least give you information or allow you to get a sense of what i may be like on board her.

There is a lot to see on the deck, it's split into sections and you have to be careful if you warp around on the upper deck as you can often end up stuck in a weird location or unable to return from where you teleported from. It results in a long walk about the deck. But it's honestly a minor issue to do so considering the scale of it all and the fact you can see some things you might not have on a more restrictive pathed system.

I have yet to complete the entire thing within the scenario it plays out. But I can highly recommend this if you are a fan of the Yamato and would like to see the ship in a more personal experience. What issues it has are forgivable for the sense of wonder the whole thing leaves you with. I hope to see more of these and experience things that aren't available to us otherwise.. This is a great virtual tour of the Yamato Battleship. It's by no stretch a Triple A game with impeccable design from top to bottom. It is not a visual master piece, but it wasn't ever meant to be that kind of game. It lives up to the idea of being able to tour around the Yamato and also allows you to get a sense of the scale of this gigantic Battleship as it actually was when it sailed the sea in 1941.

The key issues you will experience is slight translation issue with the voice simulation. I'd recommend turning on only subtitles and keeping the original Japanese voice overs. It feels a lot better than the robotic voice that attempts to bridge the gap into English. If you listen to the crew with subtitles it lends a little more personality and a sense of realistic portrayal of the crew on board her. At best the crew are animated in a static position. But at the very least give you information or allow you to get a sense of what i may be like on board her.

There is a lot to see on the deck, it's split into sections and you have to be careful if you warp around on the upper deck as you can often end up stuck in a weird location or unable to return from where you teleported from. It results in a long walk about the deck. But it's honestly a minor issue to do so considering the scale of it all and the fact you can see some things you might not have on a more restrictive pathed system.

I have yet to complete the entire thing within the scenario it plays out. But I can highly recommend this if you are a fan of the Yamato and would like to see the ship in a more personal experience. What issues it has are forgivable for the sense of wonder the whole thing leaves you with. I hope to see more of these and experience things that aren't available to us otherwise.. This is a great virtual tour of the Yamato Battleship. It's by no stretch a Triple A game with impeccable design from top to bottom. It is not a visual master piece, but it wasn't ever meant to be that kind of game. It lives up to the idea of being able to tour around the Yamato and also allows you to get a sense of the scale of this gigantic Battleship as it actually was when it sailed the sea in 1941.

The key issues you will experience is slight translation issue with the voice simulation. I'd recommend turning on only subtitles and keeping the original Japanese voice overs. It feels a lot better than the robotic voice that attempts to bridge the gap into English. If you listen to the crew with subtitles it lends a little more personality and a sense of realistic portrayal of the crew on board her. At best the crew are animated in a static position. But at the very least give you information or allow you to get a sense of what i may be like on board her.

There is a lot to see on the deck, it's split into sections and you have to be careful if you warp around on the upper deck as you can often end up stuck in a weird location or unable to return from where you teleported from. It results in a long walk about the deck. But it's honestly a minor issue to do so considering the scale of it all and the fact you can see some things you might not have on a more restrictive pathed system.

I have yet to complete the entire thing within the scenario it plays out. But I can highly recommend this if you are a fan of the Yamato and would like to see the ship in a more personal experience. What issues it has are forgivable for the sense of wonder the whole thing leaves you with. I hope to see more of these and experience things that aren't available to us otherwise.. This is a great virtual tour of the Yamato Battleship. It's by no stretch a Triple A game with impeccable design from top to bottom. It is not a visual master piece, but it wasn't ever meant to be that kind of game. It lives up to the idea of being able to tour around the Yamato and also allows you to get a sense of the scale of this gigantic Battleship as it actually was when it sailed the sea in 1941.

The key issues you will experience is slight translation issue with the voice simulation. I'd recommend turning on only subtitles and keeping the original Japanese voice overs. It feels a lot better than the robotic voice that attempts to bridge the gap into English. If you listen to the crew with subtitles it lends a little more personality and a sense of realistic portrayal of the crew on board her. At best the crew are animated in a static position. But at the very least give you information or allow you to get a sense of what i may be like on board her.

There is a lot to see on the deck, it's split into sections and you have to be careful if you warp around on the upper deck as you can often end up stuck in a weird location or unable to return from where you teleported from. It results in a long walk about the deck. But it's honestly a minor issue to do so considering the scale of it all and the fact you can see some things you might not have on a more restrictive pathed system.

I have yet to complete the entire thing within the scenario it plays out. But I can highly recommend this if you are a fan of the Yamato and would like to see the ship in a more personal experience. What issues it has are forgivable for the sense of wonder the whole thing leaves you with. I hope to see more of these and experience things that aren't available to us otherwise.. This is a great virtual tour of the Yamato Battleship. It's by no stretch a Triple A game with impeccable design from top to bottom. It is not a visual master piece, but it wasn't ever meant to be that kind of game. It lives up to the idea of being able to tour around the Yamato and also allows you to get a sense of the scale of this gigantic Battleship as it actually was when it sailed the sea in 1941.

The key issues you will experience is slight translation issue with the voice simulation. I'd recommend turning on only subtitles and keeping the original Japanese voice overs. It feels a lot better than the robotic voice that attempts to bridge the gap into English. If you listen to the crew with subtitles it lends a little more personality and a sense of realistic portrayal of the crew on board her. At best the crew are animated in a static position. But at the very least give you information or allow you to get a sense of what i may be like on board her.

There is a lot to see on the deck, it's split into sections and you have to be careful if you warp around on the upper deck as you can often end up stuck in a weird location or unable to return from where you teleported from. It results in a long walk about the deck. But it's honestly a minor issue to do so considering the scale of it all and the fact you can see some things you might not have on a more restrictive pathed system.

I have yet to complete the entire thing within the scenario it plays out. But I can highly recommend this if you are a fan of the Yamato and would like to see the ship in a more personal experience. What issues it has are forgivable for the sense of wonder the whole thing leaves you with. I hope to see more of these and experience things that aren't available to us otherwise.



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