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‘Moss: Book II’ Review – A Refined & Satisfying Sequel That Sticks With What...

A whopping four years after its opening chapter, Moss: Book II is finally here to continue the story of Quill, a tiny adventurer destined for...

‘Cosmonious High’ Review – Incredible Interactivity for Your Inner (or actual) Child

Google's VR studio Owlchemy Labs is back with its signature 'play with everything' approach to VR in Cosmonious High. As a student in an alien high...

‘Virtuoso’ Review – Become an Amateur Musician Overnight

Virtuoso bills itself as a "music creation sandbox" but that may be selling it a little short: it's actually a very intuitive set of...

‘Vox Machinae’ Review – A Deeply Immersive Mech Sim Hampered by Ambition

It's been a long, lumbering journey for VR mech sim Vox Machinae, but the game has finally hit its '1.0' release out of Early Access, now...

‘Virtual Virtual Reality 2’ is a One-of-a-Kind VR Game That’s Not Ready for Launch

While we were hoping to bring you a full Virtual Virtual Reality 2 review today, the game unfortunately has a range of technical issues that...

‘Ultrawings 2’ Review – The New Top Gun of Fun & Challenging VR Flying

Fans of Ultrawings (2017) will be happy to hear that Ultrawings 2 delivers all of the free-flying fun of the original, along with a side order...

‘Zenith: The Last City’ Review-in-progress – The Latest Shot at Making a VRMMO a...

The dream of the VRMMO has been captured in countless movies and shows, but to date the genre really hasn't seen its breakout hit...

‘Wanderer’ Review – A Time Traveling Delight That’s Just Shy of Greatness

Wanderer is a VR adventure game that puts you in the shoes of a hapless time traveler who finds himself trapped in an alternate...

‘After the Fall’ Review – VR’s Best Stab at ‘Left 4 Dead’

After the Fall is a four-player co-op shooter that, like Valve's Left 4 Dead series, pits you against hordes of zombies across a handful of linear...

‘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,...
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