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Win a Copy of Esper: The Collection from Coatsink

Today British indie studio Coatsink Software launched its Esper: The Collection package for Oculus Rift. Featuring both Esper and Esper 2 for the head-mounted display (HMD) the package allows anyone who hasn’t purchased the titles to but them both together, and for one week only at a discounted rate. VRFocus has gone one better though and acquired several codes for our lucky readers to win.

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For Oculus Rift owners who are after Esper: The Collection we’ve got three codes up for grabs, and because Coatsink are so nice they’ve not forgotten Samsung Gear VR users either. There are three codes for Esper and Esper 2 either on Oculus Rift or Gear VR – it’s up to the winner to choose. All readers have to do is enter below to have a chance of winning, you can doing things like following ourselves (@VRFocus) and @Coatsink on Twitter, or watching the most recent trailer. The winners will then be selected in a weeks time.

Win Esper & Esper 2 On Gear VR Or Oculus Rift

Both the puzzle titles involve solving increasing complex brain-teasers by way of telekinesis. The story is set in 1975, members of the public begin to display extra-sensory abilities and the government paranoid as it is, starts forcing citizens to undergo aptitude tests under the guise of national security. As an unwitting citizen taking part in these tests players are ‘encouraged’ by a government contractor – voiced by Eric Meyers – to prove they are not a threat by completing various tests using their new found abilities.

While the original was purely lab based Esper 2 takes it up a notch, expanded the premise, by taking the player out of the confining lab and onto telekinetic adventure around the world. Lending their voices to a new bunch of characters longside Eric Meyers are actors Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Paul) Lara Pulver (Spooks, Sherlock) and Sean Pertwee (Dog Soldiers, Event Horizon, Gotham)

For all the latest news from Coatsink Software, keep reading VRFocus.