Tagged: Oculus Rift Reviews

Review: Sniper Elite VR

When it comes to a lot of virtual reality (VR) shooters the tendency is to go big or go home, making you feel like you’re Rambo running around a jungle with a massive 50...

Review: Eternal Starlight

Games like Elite Dangerous can offer some pretty epic battle scenarios to those who love space-based battles but they also take a lot of time and effort. If you’re looking for something far more...

Review: A Rogue Escape

Escape room games shouldn’t be easy, by their very nature they need to be taxing or else you’re just an idiot stuck in a room.  So it’s always satisfying when a videogame-like A Rogue...

Review: Demeo

It may seem like a long time ago but there was a time when multiplayer gaming purely meant having to physically go to an arcade or pop to a mate’s, especially when it came...

Review: Maskmaker

French studio InnerspaceVR’s first puzzle title A Fisherman’s Tale was a delightful mix of storyline and out-the-box challenges, yet it was over so quickly it barely had time to ground you in the world....

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: A Wake Inn

Hotels are supposed to be friendly, welcoming places where you can put your feet up and relax, putting aside repetitive everyday duties to enjoy some much-needed downtime. They’re not supposed to have dimly lit...