Tagged: Oculus Rift Reviews

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: Moose Life

When it comes to really trippy videogames which use retro visuals to assault your eyeballs British developer Llamasoft is in a league of its own. Helmed by Jeff ‘Yak’ Minter and Ivan ‘Giles’ Zorzin,...

Review: Phantom: Covert Ops

Unlike normal first-person shooters (FPS) which are all action and generally require lightning-fast reactions, when a videogame revolves primarily around stealth there’s a nice added level of intensity. Virtual reality (VR) titles like Espire:...

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...

Review: B99

Virtual reality (VR) gamers have been graced with plenty of inventive and impressive titles from solo developers, from E McNeill with his strategy titles (Tactera, Skylight) to OlivierJT’s unusual Synthesis Universe. The latest to...

Review: The Morrigan

When it comes to virtual reality (VR) titles employing close-quarters combat, there are plenty of decent examples to choose from. These range from the more realistic Blade & Sorcery or Asgard’s Wrath to the...