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VR is the only gaming platform I can think of that has games that seem weak on the surface but are forgiven because of the immersion that VR can bring. Some titles in VR are helped by this immersion...
I believe more than any other gaming platform out there that VR players come to the platform for a particular experience. Some people love interactive puzzle games and for that, VR has options in spades. Others want to be...
Until now VZFit has been an exercise service solely for use with a stationary bike. Split into two separate apps, VZFit Play is a suite of arcade minigames in which pedaling becomes your form of locomotion through immersive computer-generated...
Back in the days of arcade games, one game seemed to be the most popular by far, and the lines to play it were always so sizable that I didn’t even bother most of the time. This game was...
Sometimes, a game comes out that gains so much popularity so quickly that it’s impossible to understand how are why or where this all began. These days, it seems that the games of this variety that do explode like...
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...