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Even though most of the world (especially those of us in the United States) are still social distancing to prevent the spread of the ongoing pandemic, things are slowly but surely starting to get back to some sense of normalcy. As such, industries that shut down in the early...
Gaming can be an incredible way to get fit as long as you are playing the right titles. While there is no denying that virtual reality has helped take fitness gaming to a new level, you don't have to have a headset to break a sweat while playing video...
When it comes to virtual reality fitness titles, BoxVR has long been the king. Initially launched on Steam over three years ago, it’s still the most popular go-to app for fitness, now available for PC VR, Playstation, and the Oculus Quest. Still, developers FitXR are not wanting to rest on...
During our last VR Game Roundup, there were several intriguing titles featured including the Oculus Quest version of In Death, a virtual reality adaptation of squash, and more. This week's VR Game Roundup is also filled with some interesting releases. There is a Pistol Whip PSVR port, Onward comes to...
Thanks to the success of virtual reality fitness games there are now so many choices for players to pick from. If you enjoy first-person shooters then it might even be overwhelming to decide where to start since so many titles allow you to live out your action fantasies within VR. To make...
The VR Master League, a community-driven platform that began forming in late 2016 with a couple dozen enthusiastic VR players, now features one of the largest VR competitive communities and today they announced a combination of prize packages worth over $12,000 in sponsored products and cold hard cash for...
A lifelong, self-proclaimed “computer geek,” Richard Bernsee recognized in his late teens that he needed to make working out a priority if he wanted to be fit. Exercise is also a nice compliment to his mostly sedentary occupation as senior IT analyst for the University of Illinois at Chicago. “Fitness...
Sometimes all you really want to do is immerse yourself in a virtual world and shoot waves of robots. Luckily, that counts as VR fitness! Well, sort of. Scraper: Gauntlet is the followup to Scraper: First Strike, but unlike its predecessor, it has exactly one focus: sending waves of...
Lately, the most booming genre of the VR world has been the rhythm game. With most of the world confined to their homes as their workout spaces, developers from all over are trying to capitalize on this fact with their own brand of rhythm game. Most games in this...
In April, YUR and VR Fitness Insider teamed up to promote health and wellness through the 90-Day VR Fitness Challenge, an event designed to encourage a focus on healthy lifestyle choices, establish a VR gaming workout routine, and engage with the community as they began their personal fitness journeys....
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During our last VR Game Roundup, there were several intriguing releases featured including a great shoulder relief workout, a free mini game collection, and a new archery title. This week's VR Game Roundup is also filled with some interesting releases. There is an Oculus Rift port of In Death, a...
Have you been looking for a more in-depth gaming experience for Oculus Quest that might also help you burn a few calories in the process? Well, there might be a new release that's perfect for you. Coming from developer and publisher Superbright, In Death: Unchained is a new rogue-lite shooter...
Last month Virzoom announced they were to stop selling their VZFit hardware sensor and controller in order to focus exclusively on the development of their Play and Explorer apps. Previously, access to Virzoom's apps required the purchase of their $99 propriety VZFit hardware, a considerable expenditure for most people,...
Like many fans of virtual reality, Lee Segal’s interest in the possibility of immersive technology was ignited in the 1990s when he watched movies like The Lawnmower Man and Brainstorm. Many years later, Segal had the opportunity to try the Samsung Gear VR and he was “immediately intrigued with...
  When VR first came out, there were a certain amount of experiences that people were looking forward to. There was the crowd that wanted to get thrust into the Medieval world. Tales of Glory and various others have you covered here. Then there was the crowd that wanted Star...
The busy summer of VR esports competitions continues with a recap of all the exciting news coming from the League of International VR Esports (LIVE) as they gear up for a 2 v 2 Skyfront tournament, announce progress on other LIVE events, and welcome two sponsors. In addition, LIVE will...
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During our last VR Game Roundup, there were several intriguing releases featured including quite a few ports, a sushi chef simulator, and a game that let you become a giant ape as if you were King Kong. This week's VR Game Roundup is also filled with intriguing titles. There is...
Things are heating up in the world of Swords of Gurrah as it is about to launch its first global tournament with a cash prize. How much cash you ask? Well, that is up to you! However much you decide to put in. If you want to put in...
Synth Riders Spin Mode
Just after Synth Riders' second anniversary, developer Kluge Interactive is releasing the most feature-filled free update to date for the synth-heavy rhythm game. The highlight is Spin Mode, which will get players to perform 90°, 180°, 360°, and even larger spins while playing the game. This will help it...
A few weeks back, Skydance Interactive announced that a major new update (entitled "The Meatgrinder") would be coming to The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners for free at an undetermined date in July. While news on the new content had since been all but silent, as of right now,...