Tagged: Reviews

Review: Oculus Quest 2

The last 18 months have been an exciting time for the virtual reality (VR) industry, with one headset above all dominating; Facebook’s Oculus Quest. The standalone headset promised what all VR enthusiasts had been...

Review: Blaston

Very few virtual reality (VR) developers can claim to have a dozen videogames in their catalogue, with even less being able to say that most are of high quality. Resolution Games is part of...

Review: Yupitergrad

When virtual reality (VR) started to remerge several years ago and debate about locomotion was rife with what could and couldn’t work, swinging around like Spider-Man was considered ill-advised. Obviously, since then videogames like...

Review: The Walking Dead Onslaught

When it comes to zombie-themed franchises The Walking Dead has to be one of the most popular, gracing comic books, TV and videogames over the years. Virtual reality (VR) fans were already treated to...

Review: Until You Fall

Schell Games has a varied roster of virtual reality (VR) titles under its belt, from educational experiences to comedic escape rooms. Then in 2019 the studio released early access action-packed hack and slash title...

Review: Cubism

Look at a Rubik’s Cube and what do you see? A 3×3 multi-coloured object which has fascinated puzzle solvers since its creation in the 1970s. Its appeal is in that seemingly simple process of...

Review: Falcon Age

Pets are an important part of most people’s everyday lives, providing friendship and company, becoming part of the family in the process. The same can almost be said for their digital version, from the...

Review: Moose Life

When it comes to really trippy videogames which use retro visuals to assault your eyeballs British developer Llamasoft is in a league of its own. Helmed by Jeff ‘Yak’ Minter and Ivan ‘Giles’ Zorzin,...