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Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! Coming February 25


Fans across the galaxy will be able to tune into Ulala’s infamous broadcast once again when Grounding Inc’s Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! comes out on February 25, 2020 in North America, Central, and South America.

An exclusive title for the PlayStation VR set, Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! has players joining the cast of the 25th century broadcast sensation Space Channel 5 as a rookie. In order to take on the nefarious Morolians, players must dance, pose, and groove with the help of the PlayStation Move motion controllers.

New characters and stages have been included, and the English voice cast includes Cherami Leigh as Ulala, Tom Clarke-Hill as Jaguar, Cassandra Lee Morris as Kell, and Greg Chun as Glitter.

In addition to Story and Arcade mode, players will also be able to dive into Trial Dance (which features 100 dances in a row), Viewing (which features a third-person perspective for the story), Friendopedia (which features character biographies), Dressing Room (which allows players to change Ulala’s outfits), and Calories (which tracks calories burnt.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Space Channel 5 VR Official English Trailer – “Space Channel 5 VR Kinda Funky News Flash!” PV ver.2

To mark the launch of this title, there will be a live music event in Shibuya, Japan on March 27, 2020. Dubbed the “Space Channel 5 Ukiuki Music Festival,” this event will feature a performance by a horn section, live DJs, dance performances by Ulala’s choreographer, a talk led by Yuki Nakajima, and more. All those interested can learn more here.

Source: Press Release
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