You’re not going to be able to catch this game at home.
We’re talking a massive price tag here, but it’s still a very solid experience.
If you don’t want to spend the money on a full-on retail edition, you can get the game digitally via Steam or a digital download from the likes of Bandai Namco or Bandai’s own Bandai Games.
If that’s too much of a hassle, the developer’s digital storefront will also offer the game for a discounted price.
You can also buy the game on Nintendo Switch and PS4, but these platforms don’t have a store for it.
You’re going to want to be prepared for a few hours of waiting if you want to play the game online.
You’ll also need a PlayStation VR headset, however.
It’s going to feel a bit strange holding this up against the massive size of this game, especially considering the fact that the PSVR headset is a full head-mounted display.
However, you’ll need to put it in place if you’re going into VR mode for a long time, and if you’ve got a PS4 Pro, you might be able see a difference in quality when the game starts up.
This game is not for everyone, but the experience is worth it for anyone who’s looking for a unique experience with a massive purchase.