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When it comes to VR games, immersion is the most important thing I can think of. Whether it’s the way Half-Life: Alyx brings you into a virtual world like few have ever seen via its amazing graphics and physics...
I’ll be honest, I’m quite mystified at how to classify vertical ricochet. From my best approximation, it’s basically ping pong meets space pirate trainer meets tennis? It’s a tough one to pin properly. That’s nothing to say about the...
Growing up, I dreamed of a day and I mean literally dreamed where a game would exist that would put me in the persona of a medieval warrior, able to raise my own castles, control the villages, the economy...
With VR being in its infancy in relativity to all other gaming platforms, it’s still getting finding its footing in terms of genres. We have the ever-popular rhythm genre, the shooters, the swords and sorcery experiences, and the sports....
Oh no, you must be thinking, is this yet another rhythm game review in VR? Well, yes, but trust me when I tell you this isn’t just another indie developer throwing together a vaguely impressive Beat Saber clone, Five...
Ah, the battle royale genre, what an absolute dominant run this game type has had on the world of videogames of late. Where it hasn’t been as well represented is in the world of VR. There are a couple...
The Walking Dead has become somewhat of a phenomenon in pop culture. It’s spawned everything from spin-off shows to a successful game series within the Tell-Tale Games world as well. Earlier this year, The Walking Dead: Sinners and Saints...
Holopoint Oculus Edition is the name given by developer Alzan Studios to its mobile port of the legendary Steam, PC VR classic workout game Holopoint. When this game released way back in 2016 it was something of a pioneer....
The rhythm game is something that has found its way into the core of the VR world. We have numerous titles to choose from such as Beat Saber, Audioshield, and countless others. There’s one thing about those games though...
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...