Tagged: HTC Vive Reviews

Review: Days of Heroes: D-Day

Even in virtual reality (VR), WWII shooters remain a prominent staple, allowing gamers to be whisked back 80 years to a time where the world was literally at war. While some like Medal of...

Review: Stargaze

When it comes to casual puzzle experiences virtual reality (VR) studios have got gamers very well covered. From shorter, easier to manage titles like Mare or The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets to...

Review: Ryte: The Eye of Atlantis

The tale of Atlantis has been told countless times over, featuring in works dating back centuries capturing people’s imagination about a long lost civilisation with advance technology. So it’s only right that at some...

Review: Machizzle

We do love a good puzzle videogame here at VRFocus, something that really gets those brain cells working. Interaction is also an important part, with mechanics where you can tinker and get engrossed in...

Review: Tarzan VR

There are several virtual reality (VR) titles which have dared to employ a swinging mechanic with various degrees of success, such as Yupitergrad which used it as the main locomotion mechanic. But way before all...

Review: Yupitergrad

When virtual reality (VR) started to remerge several years ago and debate about locomotion was rife with what could and couldn’t work, swinging around like Spider-Man was considered ill-advised. Obviously, since then videogames like...

Review: The Walking Dead Onslaught

When it comes to zombie-themed franchises The Walking Dead has to be one of the most popular, gracing comic books, TV and videogames over the years. Virtual reality (VR) fans were already treated to...

Review: The Wizards – Dark Times

Of late there seems to have been a real drought of fantasy, magic-based virtual reality (VR) experiences, a genre which was once teeming with new titles. Back when VRFocus reviewed Carbon Studio’s The Wizards...