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‘Beat Saber’ Early Access Review – a VR Rhythm Game for Budding Jedi Knights

Beat Saber is a single player rhythm game in Early Access that puts two lightsabers in your hands and tasks you with one of...

‘Paper Valley’ Review – Settling the Busy Mind by Throwing Paper Airplanes

Paper Valley is as pretty unique experience. Although it's decidedly a more zen-like game without any real pressure to succeed, there's something to it that's just...

‘Psychonauts In the Rhombus of Ruin’ for PC Review – a Veritable Saturday-morning Cartoon...

Psychonauts In the Rhombus of Ruin takes place between the events of Psychonauts (2005) and the upcoming Psychonauts 2 due out later this year. Exclusively available in...

‘Skyrim VR’ for PC Review – a Dragon-sized Feast for the Eyes

Skyrim VR (2017), Bethesda's premier virtual reality port of the hit open-world RPG Skyrim (2011), has finally made its way to PC VR headsets after...

‘Bravo Team’ Review – Shoot, Cover, Rinse, Repeat

Filling something of a gap in Sony's PSVR content lineup, Bravo Team is a cooperative title which aims to bring military shooter style first-person action to...

‘Moss’ Review – The Opening Chapter of an Adorable Adventurer

Moss, the promising puzzle platformer from indie studio Polyarc,  has finally arrived on PlayStation VR. You'll guide Quill, an undeniably adorable mouse, on the...

‘Brass Tactics’ Review – a Sturdy Steampowered RTS Lacking a Solid Story

Brass Tactics (2018) is a node-based real-time strategy game that comes with a bit of a pedigree. Created by Hidden Path Entertainment, the minds...

‘Sprint Vector’ Review – Innovative Locomotion Makes Adrenaline-soaked Foot Racing a Reality

Sprint Vector (2018) is a VR racing game of a different stripe. Dubbed an "adrenaline platformer" by production studio Survios, the developers behind Raw Data...

‘L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files’ Review – A Virtual Scavenger Hunt

L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files is the debut VR title from Rockstar Games, and a remake of unique action-detective game L.A. Noire which...

‘Fallout 4 VR’ Review – A Radioactive Open World Mutated for VR

Fallout 4 (2015), Bethesda's beloved post-apocalyptic open world RPG, is now in VR, letting you stalk the Wasteland as the sole survivor of Vault 111...

‘Front Defense: Heroes’ Early Access Review – Brief Glimpses of WWII Greatness

Front Defense: Heroes (2017), Fantahorn's next installment of its WWII-themed shooter, is available in Early Access today for HTC Vive, now serving up multiplayer...

‘DOOM VFR’ Review – Hell Can Wait

The name Doom carries a great weight of expectation in video game circles. One part technical showcase, one part genre-defining milestone - with a...

‘Skyrim VR’ Review – The Other Side of the Immersion Equation

Skyrim VR is the first to launch in a series of VR titles from legendary game-maker Bethesda (with Doom VR and Fallout 4 VR...

‘From Other Suns’ Review

If FTL: Faster Than Light (2012) and the Borderlands franchise had a baby, the freakishly hard offspring would invariably be From Other Suns, a first-person shooter/spaceship management...

‘The Gallery – Ep. 2 : Heart of the Emberstone’ Review – Longer, Stronger...

The Gallery - Episode 2: Heart of the Emberstone (2017) comes a year and a half after Call of the Starseed (2016), episode one in the narrative-based adventure...
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