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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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
The VZFit is a unique accessory developed by Virzoom that allows for any stationary bike to be connected wirelessly to an Oculus Quest or Oculus Go headset. The hardware package consists of a Bluetooth pedal mounted sensor and a...
Hole in the Wall was an American television show that originally aired from 2008 to 2009. The show was an adaptation of the Japanese game Nōkabe (脳カベ), meaning "Brain Wall" where players had to contort their bodies to...
My first experience with Crytek’s adrenaline-fuelled free solo simulator The Climb came way back in July 2017. As someone who is terrified of heights, watching Youtubers scream and yelp as they attempted, and failed to traverse a treacherous cliff...