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‘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...

‘ASTRO BOT Rescue Mission’ Review – This VR Platformer Earns Our First 10 Out...

The release of ASTRO BOT Rescue Mission, coming Tuesday, will be a genre-defining moment for VR platforming on PSVR. The game is expertly designed,...

‘Vox Machinae’ Early Access Review: VR’s Latest & Greatest Mech Sim

Having grown up with FromSoftware's mech arcade series Armored Core and the more simulator-style multiplayer Chromehounds, I have a special place in my heart for the lurching...

‘Transference’ Review: A Thrilling Film-like Adventure for the Digital Age

Transference (2018) is a single-player psychological thriller that takes place in a shadowy reflection of reality—the  simulation of a family's collective minds who've presumably been...

‘Windlands 2’ Review: The True Starting Point For a High-flying Series

As one of the first full-length games for VR, Windlands (2016) pioneered a movement scheme that sends you soaring high into the air, using your...

‘Torn’ Review: Masterful ‘Black Mirror’ Style Storytelling Tarnished by Repetitive Puzzles

Torn is a single player adventure game that's inspired by arguably the greatest sci-fi television of all time, The Twilight Zone and Black Mirror. There's...

Firewall Zero Hour Review: Tactical Multiplayer Action Comes to PSVR

Firewall Zero Hour has landed on PSVR, and with it comes the platform's first tactical multiplayer FPS. While the slow one-life-only pace might not suit...

‘Electronauts’ Review – Unlock Your Inner Groove

Electronauts sits at an interesting intersection somewhere between game, experience, and tool. Your experience with Electronauts then may vary depending upon what you hope to...
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