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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...
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...
  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...
Sometimes a game comes out that doesn’t try to be the huge market changing product that bridges players and non-game players together such as Fortnite, Minecraft, or Beat Saber. Sometimes a game simply just wants you to have fun....
Way back in the yesteryears of gaming, Metal Gear Solid was released and exposed the gaming community to the world of tactical espionage. Stealth was the name of the game and suddenly sneaking in and out of shadows and...
There are so many games that claim realistic physics, but very few execute them in satisfying ways. Getting a weapon hit in a semi-realistic way is incredibly difficult to pull off and getting the enemies to respond in a...
When it comes to new platforms such as VR, it seems everyone is always looking for the unique game that’s going to set the stage for all other games of its’ type. The next big thing is always something...
Since VR has released, there have been several genres that have dominated the game space. We have our shooters, our melee combat based adventures, our rhythm games, and our racing games. So what’s the genre that’s missing? What is...
Back in 2010, there was a game called Mount and Blade: Warband. It was an indie title of epic proportions that let you create a medieval empire, selecting what troops you’d like to take into battle, training them, engaging...
A personal aside (Or how I got from rowing, to not, and back again) With the launch of Holodia’s Holofit to the VR home market, my personal virtual reality fitness journey has come full circle. I’ve always aspired to be...