Tagged: Reviews

Review: Shooty Skies Overdrive

Who doesn’t love a good retro videogame every once in a while? Titles like Pixel Ripped 1995 have proven there’s a lot of love for some old-school gaming, especially the brutal side of the...

Review: Marvel’s Iron Man VR

Whether you love or hate the films there’s no denying that fact that the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has become a cultural phenomenon, packing cinemas across the globe with fans eager to see superheroes...

Review: Phantom: Covert Ops

Unlike normal first-person shooters (FPS) which are all action and generally require lightning-fast reactions, when a videogame revolves primarily around stealth there’s a nice added level of intensity. Virtual reality (VR) titles like Espire:...

Review: Trover Saves the Universe

When it comes to comedy in virtual reality (VR) Squanch Games certainly has a major advantage as one of its co-founders is Justin Roiland, one of the creators of Rick and Morty. That humour...

Review: The Wizards – Dark Times

Of late there seems to have been a real drought of fantasy, magic-based virtual reality (VR) experiences, a genre which was once teeming with new titles. Back when VRFocus reviewed Carbon Studio’s The Wizards...

Review: Pro Putt by Top Golf

Golf has really mixed representation when it comes to virtual reality (VR) gaming. Look on Steam for example and you’ll find plenty of examples, some of which are reasonable while others aren’t worth the...

Review: B99

Virtual reality (VR) gamers have been graced with plenty of inventive and impressive titles from solo developers, from E McNeill with his strategy titles (Tactera, Skylight) to OlivierJT’s unusual Synthesis Universe. The latest to...

Review: The Morrigan

When it comes to virtual reality (VR) titles employing close-quarters combat, there are plenty of decent examples to choose from. These range from the more realistic Blade & Sorcery or Asgard’s Wrath to the...