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‘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...

‘Pixel Ripped 1995’ Review – An Expertly Measured Dose of ’90s Gaming Nostalgia

Pixel Ripped 1995 is a retro-inspired VR game which, as you would imagine, follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, Pixel Ripped 1989 (2018)....

‘Lies Beneath’ Review – A Nightmarish Shooter Oozing with Comic Book Style

Lies Beneath is a single-player survivor horror from Drifter Entertainment, the studio behind Gunheart (2018), Rise of the Gunters (2018), and the Quest version of Robo...
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‘Half-Life: Alyx’ Review – Valve Delivers One of VR’s Best Games Yet

After years of quiet development, Half-Life: Alyx is finally here. With hype on all sides—as Valve's first full-fledged VR game and the first Half-Life game in more...

‘The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners’ Review – Satisfyingly Drenched in Existential Angst

To put it bluntly, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is genuinely terrifying. And I'm convinced the game's creators started with a pretty simple premise and...

‘Budget Cuts 2’ Review – Great Action in a Slightly More Generic Sequel

Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency brings a lot to the table in terms of variety and action, although it edits out some of what made...

‘Boneworks’ Review – A Rich Sandbox with a Side of Game Design

Boneworks, the highly anticipated physics-driven VR shooter from veteran VR studio Stress Level Zero, is finally here. The game is underscored with a rich,...

‘Star Wars Vader Immortal: Episode 3’ Review – All’s Well That Ends Well

ILMxLAB has finally released the concluding episode of Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series. While I'm sad to see the series go, which has exemplified...

‘Espire 1: VR Operative’ Review – Solid Snake, But Rough Around the Edges

For better or worse, so far Konami has shown zero interest in bringing its long and storied Metal Gear series to VR. But if you're looking...

‘Stormland’ Review – The New Bar for VR Open-world Adventure

With Stormland, Insomniac Games set out to figure out if an open-world adventure game could really work in VR. The result? Not just 'the new bar', but a rather high one...
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