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‘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...

‘Star Wars Vader Immortal’ Review on Quest – Come for the Story, Stay for...

Though Oculus Quest still doesn't launch until the 21st, Oculus has seen fit to give us full access to one of its biggest launch...

‘Vacation Simulator’ Review – A Relaxing Change of Pace Full of Familiar Whimsy

As a day-one launch title for HTC Vive, PSVR, and Oculus Rift's Touch controllers, Job Simulator (2016) was an ideal first VR experience; it's so simple...

‘Space Junkies’ Review – Reviving a Bygone Era of Arena Shooters with VR

It's been a while since I really dove into a multiplayer shooter without any of the new hotness in game mechanics slathered on top;...

‘Final Assault’ Early Access Review – a Charming & Engrossing RTS on the Rise

Virtual reality has absorbed a number of traditional mouse-and-keyboard games and turned them into something that can truly only exist in the medium. And...

‘Angry Birds VR’ Review — Redefining a Mobile Powerhouse for the Virtual Age

With several mobile titles in Rovio's Angry Birds series using the winning formula of 'fling the bird to kill the pig', I wasn't sure what I...

‘A Fisherman’s Tale’ Review – A Delightful, But Brisk Encounter with Untapped Potential

A Fisherman's Tale puts you in the boots of a curios puppet-man named Bob who lives in a strange, recursive world centered around a...

‘Borderlands 2 VR’ Review – An Ok Version of a Good Game

Borderlands 2 VR is a PSVR exclusive port of the popular 2012 title. The core tenants of the franchise has always been: 1) shoot...

‘Blade & Sorcery’ Early Access Review – Bloody Sandbox Battles Aplenty

A story line can be useful for its ability to frame the action; it gives you a reason to fight and fuels your hunger...

‘Beat Saber’ PSVR Review – Move & Groove as You Slice & Dice

VR's signature slice and dice rhythm game has finally come to PSVR and has managed to squeezes the most out of the platform's tracking performance...
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