Tagged: Reviews

Review: Stormland

Insomniac Games as built a reputation for high quality virtual reality (VR) titles over the past few years, beginning with single-player experience Edge of Nowhere and then delving into eSports territory with The Unspoken....

Review: Doctor Who: The Edge of Time

When big entertainment IP’s are turned into videogames there’s always that hope they’ll capture the magic of the franchise, without completely ruining it – like so many previously have. So taking on the BBC’s...

Review: Pistol Whip

What do you get when you mix John Wick, Hardcore Henry, LSD, thumping EDM tunes from artists like Black Tiger Sex Machine and virtual reality (VR)? Cloudhead Games’ latest videogame Pistol Whip, of course, an...

Review: Thrill of the Fight

Fighting should never be encouraged as there are far better ways of resolving issues. However, that doesn’t mean a bit of the old fisticuffs can’t be used for good when combined with virtual reality...

Review: Synth Riders

If you’re a fan of energetic virtual reality (VR) titles and want something different to market leader Beat Saber what do you go for? There are a number of options for PC VR users...

Review: Gadgeteer

As a kid, if it was raining and the thought of getting sodden wasn’t really that appealing then there were always a couple of go-to activities. The first was always videogames, of course, while...

Review: Groundhog Day: Like Father Like Son

When done correctly repetition can easily work as a videogame mechanic, as seen in puzzle solvers Transpose or Tetris Effect. Get it wrong, however, and a repetitive gameplay arc can become monotonous and boring...