Tagged: Reviews

Review: Spacefolk City

One of the best things about the virtual reality (VR) industry is its ability to surprise and delight, especially when it comes to new indie games popping up left and right. Moon Mode began...

Varjo Aero Review: Making VR Gaming Pop

If you’ve been lucky enough to try one of Varjo’s headsets then you’ll know that they’re quite extraordinary pieces of kit. Currently, the two flagship models are the VR-3 and the XR-3, and the...

Review: Sweet Surrender

Virtual reality (VR) roguelites seem to have become really quite fashionable in the last couple of years, with the likes of In Death: Unchained, YUKI, Cosmodread and Until You Fall all carving their own particular niche. The...

Review: Eye of the Temple

Roomscale gaming where you purely use your body and not the controllers isn’t something often seen anymore. There are plenty of virtual reality (VR) titles where you can move about a virtual space, crouching...

Review: Lone Echo II

2017’s Lone Echo was a good videogame. Actually, it was an excellent videogame because it came at a time when virtual reality (VR) needed big, impressive experiences that really showcased the potential of this...

Review: Song in the Smoke

Cold, wet and with a suspicious-looking mushroom you’ve only just picked off a fallen tree your only source of nourishment, your survival isn’t looking good unless you can make it back to your campfire...

Review: Rhythm of the Universe: Ionia

Episodic videogames are a tricky proposition. They give developers plenty of scope to provide a more TV series-like structure to their narratives, one that can be tweaked and refined with each release. The downside...

Review: Clash of Chefs VR

If there’s one positive thing that has cropped up from this damn pandemic is that a lot of people seemed to have improved their cooking skills. Whether that’s learning to bake for the first...