Tag: vr

Nov
02

PREVIEW: Zero Killed (VR)

Virtual Reality first person shooters are gaining a lot of ground, so lets see if we have a new contender for top gun.

Sep
14

REVIEW: Torn (VR)

Wander into the Darkly Lit Mansion. Puzzled by the random order your only choice to act natural when confronted with a speaking speck! Flee or remain? You are Torn.

Sep
05

REVIEW: Pixel Ripped 1989

Ever wonder what it would be like to defend classmates from monsters, distract your teacher, and play Megaman on a handheld you can’t be seen with at the same time? Look no further!

Aug
30

REVIEW: Ark Park + DLC

Before the Anthropocene epoch there were many other ages, spanning eons, filled with marvelous creatures. Does a visit warrant the investment?

Aug
25

REVIEW: Detached (VR)

The great setting and graphics and excellent control systems could have been used to make a fantastic EVA simulator, rather than a slightly disappointing action game.

Aug
19

REVIEW: Moss (VR)

Moss is like a fantasy storybook come to life and turned into an action/puzzle platformer. It’s also exceedingly beautiful.

Aug
18

REVIEW: Wonfourn

A difficult to remember name will be the least of the problems for Wonfourn. Is there more to it than its overabundance of generic unity store assets implies? Sadly, not enough to justify the cost.

Aug
13

REVIEW: Downward Spiral: Horus Station

A worthwhile experience in VR but ultimately as weightless as its primary movement mechanic. An impressive foundation that falls just short of becoming something truly great.

Jul
31

REVIEW: Escape the Grid VR

Teething pains aside, while this isn’t a casual experience or accessible to new comers to VR at all, Escape the Grid VR does provide context to motivate veterans to push themselves through what amounts to a challenging obstacle course requiring […]

Jul
27

REVIEW: Beat Saber

Beat Saber is a VR rhythm game, but is it a George Lucas laser sword Padawan or a Darth Maul dual-wielding lightsaber b4d@$$?