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‘Warhammer: Tempestfall’ Review – Swinging at Ghosts and Hitting Air

Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – Tempestfall is the latest and most ambitious title from Carbon Studio which cut its teeth building VR spellcasting game The...

‘Blade & Sorcery: Nomad’ Review – Fun Physics-based Combat Slimmed Down for Quest 2

Blade & Sorcery: Nomad almost feels like a work of digital wizardry, as it brings a standalone version of the hit physics-based combat sandbox exclusively...

‘Unplugged’ Review – Rock Star Ambitions Stifled by Quest’s Hand-tracking

Unplugged is like Guitar Hero, although instead of picking up a dedicated peripheral and jamming away, it relies on Quest's native hand-tracking to let you shred on...

‘Resident Evil 4’ for Quest 2 Review – Reanimating a Piece of Gaming History

Resident Evil 4 for Oculus Quest 2 definitely shows its age—it would be impossible not to given its lineage as a groundbreaking survival horror game initially...

‘Lone Echo II’ Review – A Long Wait for a Safe Sequel

After a nearly two-year delay, Lone Echo II is finally here to bring us full circle on Jack & Liv's story. Was it worth the...

‘Song in the Smoke’ Review – Thrilling Primeval Danger & Satisfying Crafting

Song in the Smoke is a prehistoric-flavored survival game that puts a clever, but not incredibly deep crafting system at its core. Far from damning,...

‘Jurassic World Aftermath’ Review (Part 1 & 2) – Cretaceous Cat & Mouse with...

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 unique and...

‘Rhythm of the Universe: Ionia’ Review – Cinematic Pretense & Little Substance

Rhythm of the Universe: Ionia is a VR adventure that promises to take you to a fantastical world filled with musical flora and fauna. Despite...

‘Puzzling Places’ Review – Putting Conventional Jigsaw Puzzles to Shame

Puzzling Places takes jigsaw puzzles in a new and clever direction by offering up multiple difficulties of some highly textured and interesting 3D scenes, making...

‘I Expect You to Die 2’ Review – A Worthy Sequel to VR’s Deadliest...

I Expect You To Die 2: The Spy and the Liar is a single-player puzzle game that, true to its name, is a direct extension of the hit spy-flavored VR...

‘Fracked’ Review – Strong Fundamentals Missing Combat Evolution

Fracked is the latest VR title from veteran VR studio nDreams, and a PSVR exclusive at that. The game has a lot going for...

‘STRIDE’ for Quest Review – Not Exactly ‘Mirror’s Edge’ in VR and That’s Okay

STRIDE has been in early access for SteamVR headsets for nearly a year, but now Oculus Quest owners can take a crack at the free...

‘YUKI’ Review – a Nostalgic Shot of VR Bullet Hell Madness

Much like the 'Xortex' mini-game in Valve's The Lab, ARVORE's latest roguelike shooter YUKI taps into a veritable reservoir of nostalgia as you guide a pint-size action figure...

‘A Township Tale’ Quest Review – VR’s Most Immersive MMO-like Yet

MMO-like A Township Tale has been available on PC VR for a few years now, but today's launch on Quest opens the game up...

‘Sniper Elite VR’ Review – Satisfying Sniping in Need of Some Backup

Sniper Elite VR is the first made-for-VR game in the long running franchise. True to its name, the game delivers satisfying sniper gameplay, including...
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