Tagged: Reviews

Review: Arcsmith

You may not remember Bithell Games’ virtual reality (VR) debut, a simple sci-fi puzzler called EarthShape. That’s probably because it arrived in 2016 as an exclusive for the now-defunct Google Daydream View, never seeing...

Review: Winds & Leaves

As a videogame fan, there are moments where all-out action just feels a bit too much. Maybe you’re having a lazy Sunday afternoon or simply want to unwind after a long day? It’s in...

Review: YUKI

Virtual reality (VR) developers have never been shy when embracing the industry’s heritage, either bringing back titles from yesteryear or reimaging retro genres. Side and vertical scrolling videogames like R-Type or Ikaruga were some...

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: Carve Snowboarding

When Facebook held the very first Oculus Gaming Showcase in April 2021 there was lots of excitement regarding what new videogames might appear. In fact, most of the news was focused on updates for...