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Doraemon VR Game: Doraemon’s Anywhere Door VR Experience Coming Before Doraemon The Movie 2017

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If you want to experience what Nobita goes through whenever he enters Doraemon?s ?Anywhere Door,? now is the best time to do so. By February 15 to 19, Doraemon fans can get the full VR experience.? This is done with the help of Bandai Namco Entertainment?and their Doraemon VR project.

As stated above, the Doraemon VR project is set to be released by February 2017. This is in line with the 37th movie franchise of the world-renowned anime hit series Doraemon. The title for the said movie is ?Eiga Doraemon: Nobita no Nankyoku Kachi Kochi Daiboken.? The english translation for this movie is ?Doraemon the Movie 2017: Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi Kochi?.

The movie will mostly take place in Tokyo Solamachi. Nobita will once again use Doraemon?s Anywhere Door in order to reach the said place.

In line with the movie theme, the team behind ?Project I Can? has included the ?Anywhere Door? scene to their list of Virtual Reality experience. Fans will get to choose the Doraemon scene that will portray Nobita in his room and he will be teleported to the South Pole using Doraemon?s gadget.

During this Virtual Reality tour, fans get to see a 360 degree view of the place. They will also get to feel the atmosphere of the area. The vibrations will help replicate the wind sensation present in the VR. Furthermore, realistic sounds will back up the whole South Pole experience.

Other Virtual Reality experience offered by Bandai Namco?s Project I Can also includes a Gundam simulation encounter. The team also provides other Virtual Reality themes apart from anime franchises. These experiences range from testing your fear of heights, to escaping an abandoned hospital.

Also Read: Doraemon Movie: Live-Action Film Stars A Grown Nobita And A Real-Life Cat

The Doraemon VR project is in commemoration of the March 4, 2017 Doraemon movie release. So if you want to have the full Doraemon experience and you are in Japan, try to check out Bandai Namco?s Project I Can.

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