Samurai Punk today released The American Dream, a satirical virtual reality trip through a 1950’s world’s fair where you learn to live your life with guns.
It is the second game from the Melbourne-based indie, following cult "second-person shooter" Screencheat.
In The American Dream, guns are used for all manner of things, including eating meals, driving cars, and working a day job. Oh, and your guide through the game's 20 level narrative is Buddy Washington, a talking dog.
"With weapons ranging from pistols to rifles and shotguns, you’ll learn how guns will take care of all your day-to-day needs!" the game's pitch reads.
"Journey through the life of an Average American and learn how guns can help you through key moments in life."
Note: the price of the PS VR version was accidentally set much too high, but Samurai Punk is working with Sony to change it.