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‘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...

‘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...

‘Echo Combat’ Review – Going Out Guns Ablazing in Zero-G

Echo VR just welcomed its newest addition to the zero-g family, the VR team shooter Echo Combat. If you haven't been around for the...

‘Transpose’ Review – Spatial Puzzles Perfect for an Army of One

Even though Transpose (2018) is a single-player puzzle game, you'll have to master the art of cooperation to solve a staggering number of its...

Déraciné Review – An Exercise in Boredom

Déraciné comes from FromSoftware, the studio best known in the West for its work on the Dark Souls franchise, though it's also behind a lengtiether...

‘Evasion’ Review – Strafe, Shoot, Heal, Rinse & Repeat

Evasion is a first-person sci-fi shooter from indie AR/VR studio Archiact. With its co-op campaign missions, the game is decidedly aiming to capture a Halo-esque shooting...

‘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...
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