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‘Wraith: The Oblivion – Afterlife’ Review – Frights, Intrigue & Cowering in Closets

Wraith: The Oblivion - Afterlife is a single-player horror-adventure set in the storied 'World of Darkness' universe. You don't need to be a Masquerade fan though...

‘Hand Physics Lab’ Review – Putting the Fun in Frustration

Hand Physics Lab is all about hand-tracking, and this over 80-level game aims to throw you head first into a whimsical series of seemingly...

‘The Climb 2’ Review – Ascending to Greater, More Fun Environments

The Climb 2 has continued to refine what made the first game in the franchise so much fun. It serves up more interesting and challenging climbs...

‘Jurassic World Aftermath’ Review – Cretaceous Cat & Mouse with Standout Style

Jurassic World Aftermath unabashedly hijacks the hide-and-seek gameplay of Alien Isolation (2014) while bringing it to VR with a Jurassic Park context and a well executed...

‘Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond’ Review – War Never Felt so Bland

Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has seemingly everything going for it. The backing of Facebook's VR publishing arm, Oculus Studios, and development by...

‘MYST’ for Quest Review – Iconic Point & Click Gameplay Adapted for the Virtual...

Originally released on Macintosh in 1993, Myst immersed players in a first-person adventure that was truly ahead of its time, both visually and conceptually....

‘Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge’ Review – Beautiful but Basic Shooter with...

Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge marks a clear departure from ILMxLAB's Vader Immortal series, bringing gameplay to the forefront and using its campaign as...

‘Blair Witch: Quest Edition’ Review – Real Psychological Thrills Worthy of the Name

Games built on film franchises are rarely good for a reason. Many suffer from comparatively lower budgets and seem to fundamentally lack creative flexibility....

‘Star Wars: Squadrons’ Review – The New Top Gun of VR Dogfighters

Star Wars: Squadrons is here, the space dogfighter from EA's Motive Studios. Although it was created primarily for console and PC, the game also...

‘Until You Fall’ Quest Review – Hack & Slash Satisfaction with Strategic Choices

Until You Fall brings a refreshingly unique approach to VR sword fighting which combines the satisfaction of a hack & slash game with the...

‘The Walking Dead Onslaught’ Review – Run, Gun, Scrounge & Grind

The Walking Dead Onslaught is this year's second Walking Dead franchise game for VR, following the release of the The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners...

‘Gnomes & Goblins’ Review – A Beautiful World Hiding an Inscrutable Game

Four years after the release of a preview of the game, Gnomes & Goblins is finally here. Pitched as a "fantasy adventure VR simulation"...

‘Onward’ for Quest Early Access Review – Lower Friction, Lower Res, Same Great Core...

Onward has come a long way since it first launched into Early Access on Steam back in 2016. While we're still waiting for a...

‘In Death: Unchained’ Review – A Fine Roguelike Bow-shooter for Quest

With a few caveats, In Death: Unchained is basically the same experience you can have on SteamVR headsets and PSVR with its forebear In Death...

‘Vertigo Remastered’ Review – a Pioneering VR Shooter Revitalized for 2020

Vertigo (2016) proved to be an ambitious room-scale VR title that pioneered the medium alongside the best of them back in 2016. Now ostensibly overhauled...
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