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‘In Death’ Review: Angelic Beauty, But Devilishly Difficult Roguelike Bow-shooter

I find roguelikes to be somewhat masochistic. You play as far as you can even when you know death will put an end to...

‘Twilight Path’ Review – Puzzles Missing Purpose

From the makers of FORM (2017), a well regarded indie VR puzzle game, comes Twilight Path. With an entirely new setting, Twilight Path attempts something more ambitious...

‘ASTRO BOT Rescue Mission’ Review – This VR Platformer Earns Our First 10 Out...

The release of ASTRO BOT Rescue Mission, coming Tuesday, will be a genre-defining moment for VR platforming on PSVR. The game is expertly designed,...

‘Vox Machinae’ Early Access Review: VR’s Latest & Greatest Mech Sim

Having grown up with FromSoftware's mech arcade series Armored Core and the more simulator-style multiplayer Chromehounds, I have a special place in my heart for the lurching...

‘Transference’ Review: A Thrilling Film-like Adventure for the Digital Age

Transference (2018) is a single-player psychological thriller that takes place in a shadowy reflection of reality—the  simulation of a family's collective minds who've presumably been...

‘Windlands 2’ Review: The True Starting Point For a High-flying Series

As one of the first full-length games for VR, Windlands (2016) pioneered a movement scheme that sends you soaring high into the air, using your...

‘Torn’ Review: Masterful ‘Black Mirror’ Style Storytelling Tarnished by Repetitive Puzzles

Torn is a single player adventure game that's inspired by arguably the greatest sci-fi television of all time, The Twilight Zone and Black Mirror. There's...

Firewall Zero Hour Review: Tactical Multiplayer Action Comes to PSVR

Firewall Zero Hour has landed on PSVR, and with it comes the platform's first tactical multiplayer FPS. While the slow one-life-only pace might not suit...

‘Electronauts’ Review – Unlock Your Inner Groove

Electronauts sits at an interesting intersection somewhere between game, experience, and tool. Your experience with Electronauts then may vary depending upon what you hope to...

‘Marvel Powers United VR’ Review – Wave Shooting Meets Cosplay

Developed over the course of two years, Marvel Powers United VR is the first VR superhero game of its scale. A large roster of playable heroes...

Review: ‘Seeking Dawn’ Is a Beautiful Sci-Fi Shooter Marred by Too Many Dull Chores

Seeking Dawn (2018) is a sci-fi first-person shooter which puts you in the boots of a space marine who's assigned to carry out a search...

‘Budget Cuts’ Review – Killer Robots Meet Killer VR Game Mechanics

Budget Cuts, a first-person stealth VR game, has been eagerly awaited since Stockholm-based indie studio Neat Corporation first released a free demo in 2016. The...

Review: ‘Downward Spiral: Horus Station’ is a Visual Feast, But Skimps on Story &...

Downward Spiral: Horus Station is a sci-fi adventure that puts you aboard a vast, abandoned space station that was cleared out of all life after military-grade...

‘Red Matter’ Review – Adventure, Intrigue & a Retrofuture Cold War in Space

Red Matter is a first-person puzzle adventure set in a strange and mysterious alternate universe, which takes old Cold War rivalries and teases them out...

‘Sacralith’ Review – a Superb VR Bowshooter With High Action & Real Narrative

Moscow-based indie developer Odd Meter isn't a household name in VR development yet, but with their latest game Sacralith: The Archer's Tale (2018), that...
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