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‘Star Wars Vader Immortal: Episode 3’ Review – All’s Well That Ends Well

ILMxLAB has finally released the concluding episode of Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series. While I'm sad to see the series go, which has exemplified...

‘Espire 1: VR Operative’ Review – Solid Snake, But Rough Around the Edges

For better or worse, so far Konami has shown zero interest in bringing its long and storied Metal Gear series to VR. But if you're looking...

‘Stormland’ Review – The New Bar for VR Open-world Adventure

With Stormland, Insomniac Games set out to figure out if an open-world adventure game could really work in VR. The result? Not just 'the new bar', but a rather high one...

‘Pistol Whip’ Review – Shooting for the Flow State

Formerly known for its linear, story-driven VR adventure series The Gallery, Pistol Whip is a surprising shift for Cloudhead Games into VR's rhythm and shooting genres....

‘Asgard’s Wrath’ Review – VR’s Epic Norse Saga of Godlike Proportions

Sanzaru Games made some pretty big claims about Asgard's Wrath when it was first revealed earlier this year, calling it their “deepest title yet” and promising...

‘Star Wars Vader Immortal – Episode 2’ Review – Shorter Story, Awesome Dojo Action

The second installment of Star Wars: Vader Immortal is here, the narrative-based VR adventure that tosses you back into Darth Vader's mysterious Imperial fortress...

‘Groundhog Day VR’ Review – a Little Tedious but a Lot of Heart

Words I never thought I would say: the iconic '90s film Groundhog Day (1993) finally has a sequel ... and it's a VR game. Although I don't...

‘Battlewake’ Review – Explosive Nautical Combat in Need of Deeper Waters

Battlewake is a pirate ship combat game that seems to have it all; not only does it boast a campaign for both solo and two-player...

‘Until You Fall’ Early Access Review: VR Hack & Slash, with Depth

Until You Fall is something of an unexpected title for Schell Games. For a studio which has previously focused on education and puzzle based...

‘No Man’s Sky’ VR Review – A Wonderful, Deeply Flawed Space Odyssey

Beyond the known world is a galaxy of infinite exploration and endless possibility. That is, of course, until you meet your end at the...

‘Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot’ Review – a Nazi-Killing Mech Game Cut Short

As a storied franchise, Wolfenstein games serve as undeniable vehicles for kicking Nazi butt, the most recent of which have taken on alternate history narratives...

‘Gadgeteer’ Early Access Review – Tinker to Your Heart’s Content

In all the time I’ve spent mucking around in Oculus Home and Rec Room—both physics-based sandbox environments that promise to let me do as...

‘Defector’ Review – Action Movie Thrills Wrapped in a Standard Arcade Shooter

When I first heard about Defector I was excited to see what essentially amounted to Mission Impossible coming to VR—the laughably improbable, overblown action that...

‘Fujii’ Review – A Serene Journey Ripe With Discovery

Channeling Journey (2012) and Viva Piñata (2006), albeit at a smaller scale, Fujii is a game about exploration and gardening with a dash of discovery. That's not to say...

‘Blood & Truth’ Review – Action Movie Antics With Unmatched Character Visuals

Sony's next big PSVR exclusive, Blood & Truth is finally here. This action adventure aims to make players feel like the lead character in an...
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