Kingspray Graffiti is a brand new title to be released on the steam store for the HTC Vive this week that lets you paint various city locations and it looks incredibly real and natural.

It’s no secret that there is a love-hate relationship with Graffiti in urban scenarios. To some its seen as amazing artwork but to others its a monstrosity that ruins walls and buildings and costs a lot of money to clean up. No matter what side of the fence you sit on, there will always be controversy surrounding Graffiti. If you are an artist then you have to worry about doing in under the cover of dark to avoid being caught by the police and there can be hefty fines and even jail time if you cause enough ‘damage’.

Kingspray’s new VR game promotes the urban art of graffiti without the potential negative ramifications associated with it. You don’t have to worry about running from the police and chucking your spray cans in the bin (although it could be a cool feature). People that aren’t fans of graffiti also won’t be subjected to it. The realism of the game and fact that you use motion controls in the same gestures as spray cans, seem to replicate the actual process perfectly.

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