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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...
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...
The VR music genre has become quite a crowded affair. We’ve got everything from games like beat saber to some unique affairs like Audioshield with so many others in between. It seems that VR rhythm games have been the...
VR tends to stick to three core game types. Shooting, melee weapon combat, and boxing of some form or another. Of those three, the boxing ones seem to be the easiest to nail. Seems is the word to key...
Wave shooters never really appealed to me on games with controllers, but in VR things get a little more interesting. This becomes especially so when the wave shooter is bow and arrow based and while we already have several...
Seeing as the world is pretty much devoid of sports at the moment, 2MD: VR Football Evolution does a great job of not only giving us a solid quarterback simulation but also in providing some fun graphic updates to...
As 2020 continues to be a time of great change in the world, we see the VR world beginning to change as well. Landmark titles like Half-Life: Alyx are being released to seemingly raise the bar for VR game...
When VR first jumped into the mainstream, I imagined one thing. Melee combat VR in an online arena with other players where various weapons, tactics, and levels were all available to choose from. Strangely enough, the VR gaming landscape...
Audioshield is the original virtual reality rhythm game, birthing the medium’s most popular, some might argue derivative genre when it launched way back in 2016. Immediately a hit with Steam VR users, Audioshield racked up thousands of positive reviews...