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‘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...

‘ARKTIKA.1’ Review – A Gorgeous VR Shooter, Plain and Simple

Arktika.1 is a first-person VR shooter that makes more than a few smart choices in its design, something that may have you thinking twice before...

‘Project CARS 2’ VR Review – An Ambitious Sequel With Serious Potential

Thanks to its comprehensive VR support on PC, Project CARS 2 is another great showcase for VR sim racing, offering better performance than Project...

Review: ‘The Gallery: Call of the Starseed’

The Gallery: Call of the Starseed (2016) is a first-person adventure from Cloudhead Games that's unashamedly a 'first' in many categories. As a Vive launch title, it...

Review: ‘ProjectM: Daydream’

ProjectM: Daydream is a VR dating experience from Korean studio EVR Studio. While it's fairly short and only offers subtitles in a number of major...

‘Lone Echo’ Review – Humanity and A.I. Bond at the Ragged Edge of Space

Sometimes sci-fi games need only put you head-first into a shiny new world, let you inhabit a universe seemingly ripped from TV and film, and...

‘Front Defense VR’ Review – Room-scale War Will Bring You to Your Knees

Having announced 'Vive Studios' at the end of 2016, HTC is steadily building up its first-party VR content offering. After a number of relatively...

Review: ‘The Mage’s Tale’

Stepping into The Mage's Tale, a first-person dungeon crawler RPG that puts you in the enchanted boots of an apprentice mage, is a bit like jumping...

‘FORM’ Review

The word 'surreal' invariably falls short when it comes to trying to lift the shroud surrounding the VR first-person puzzler FORM. Transporting you to a strange...
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