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When it comes to the rhythm genre of VR games, it becomes tough after a while to truly distinguish one from the other. There are the titans of this genre which include Beat Saber, Audioshield and the most recent...
As we continue to try and exist in 2020, several things remain unavailable to us. Something that has been so ingrained in society over the past 15 years, the gym, has become largely inaccessible to many parts of the...
FitXR, from the developers of the same name, is the newly rejuvenated and re-inspired version of the perennial VR fitness favorite BoxVR. Arriving as a free, and automatic update for Oculus Quest users, it replaces the original BoxVR, at...
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...
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...
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...
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...
Music-based VR games have been incredibly popular so far as we are seeing the basic infancy of what this genre of gaming is to become. There are some fantastic examples in Beat Saber and Audioshield and then some less...
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...
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...