Ubisoft is getting weird with its virtual reality games, but what else do you expect from a game studio called The Funhouse? Ubisoft Montreal’s The Funhouse studio announced a game called Transference today. You enter someone else’s preserved digital mind and explore it in the hopes of helping them solve a problem. The company made the […]
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