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‘Jurassic World Aftermath’ Review – Cretaceous Cat & Mouse with Standout Style

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 well executed...

‘Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond’ Review – War Never Felt so Bland

Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has seemingly everything going for it. The backing of Facebook's VR publishing arm, Oculus Studios, and development by...

‘MYST’ for Quest Review – Iconic Point & Click Gameplay Adapted for the Virtual...

Originally released on Macintosh in 1993, Myst immersed players in a first-person adventure that was truly ahead of its time, both visually and conceptually....

‘Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge’ Review – Beautiful but Basic Shooter with...

Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge marks a clear departure from ILMxLAB's Vader Immortal series, bringing gameplay to the forefront and using its campaign as...

‘Blair Witch: Quest Edition’ Review – Real Psychological Thrills Worthy of the Name

Games built on film franchises are rarely good for a reason. Many suffer from comparatively lower budgets and seem to fundamentally lack creative flexibility....

‘Star Wars: Squadrons’ Review – The New Top Gun of VR Dogfighters

Star Wars: Squadrons is here, the space dogfighter from EA's Motive Studios. Although it was created primarily for console and PC, the game also...

‘Until You Fall’ Quest Review – Hack & Slash Satisfaction with Strategic Choices

Until You Fall brings a refreshingly unique approach to VR sword fighting which combines the satisfaction of a hack & slash game with the...

‘The Walking Dead Onslaught’ Review – Run, Gun, Scrounge & Grind

The Walking Dead Onslaught is this year's second Walking Dead franchise game for VR, following the release of the The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners...

‘Gnomes & Goblins’ Review – A Beautiful World Hiding an Inscrutable Game

Four years after the release of a preview of the game, Gnomes & Goblins is finally here. Pitched as a "fantasy adventure VR simulation"...

‘Onward’ for Quest Early Access Review – Lower Friction, Lower Res, Same Great Core...

Onward has come a long way since it first launched into Early Access on Steam back in 2016. While we're still waiting for a...

‘In Death: Unchained’ Review – A Fine Roguelike Bow-shooter for Quest

With a few caveats, In Death: Unchained is basically the same experience you can have on SteamVR headsets and PSVR with its forebear In Death...

‘Vertigo Remastered’ Review – a Pioneering VR Shooter Revitalized for 2020

Vertigo (2016) proved to be an ambitious room-scale VR title that pioneered the medium alongside the best of them back in 2016. Now ostensibly overhauled...

‘Iron Man VR’ Review – VR Gets Its First Great Superhero Game

Iron Man VR is far from the first VR superhero game out there—in fact, it isn't even the first Marvel VR game—but with unique mechanics,...

‘Phantom: Covert Ops’ Review – Stealth on the Waterways

Phantom: Covert Ops is a rather unique take on a stealth action game, and one that's clearly been designed with virtual reality in mind....

‘Supernatural’ Review – Fun Gameplay, Breathtaking Visuals, But Hefty Entry Price

There's no better moment than now to find a reason to get up and moving, which is probably why acclaimed AR/VR studio Within launched...
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