Tagged: Reviews

Review: Mare

Visiontrick Media has been working on its first virtual reality (VR) title Mare since at least 2016, a puzzle experience with beautiful scenery and a mysterious plotline all about a girl who needs your...

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: Jurassic World Aftermath

The Velociraptor scenes in the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World films were always the tensest and most exciting, becoming iconic – teeth filled – moments every time. So when British developer Coatsink Software announced...

Review: Ven VR Adventure

It’s been a while since a videogame – especially a virtual reality (VR) one – has evoked the sort of emotions where the desire to throw a controller across the room has suddenly changed...

Review: Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister

Games Workshop’s Warhammer franchise might not be for everyone, yet it has legions of fans around the world who love it for the tabletop gameplay, the rich lore and the sheer lunacy of the characters. Most...

Review: Myst

There are many iconic videogames players should try at least once even when they’re decades old and 1993’s Myst is certainly in that category. Thankfully, rather than having to find the classic point and click adventure in...

Review: ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos

When MyDearest Inc. released visual novel Tokyo Chronos in 2019 the expectation was that it would combine classic anime aesthetics with virtual reality (VR) interaction for a visually impressive experience. Well received in its...