A Chair in a Room: Greenwater (PSVR) Review

The makers of The Exorcist: Legion VR have brought their other hit VR horror title: A Chair in a Room: Greenwater, to PSVR, 3 years after its initial release on the HTC Vive. Even as a horror enthusiast, Wolf & Wood have created another strong…

XING: The Land Beyond (PSVR, PS4) Review

We’ve been getting some really good experiences on PSVR recently, especially in the narrative and puzzle department. Red Matter had a brilliant narrative combined with stunning visual effects, A Fisherman’s Tale was a quirky puzzle game with a twist, and Guns’N’Stories humorously combined a static shooter…

A Fisherman’s Tale (PSVR) Review

Everyone has their own routine in the morning, you get up, brush your teeth, have a shower, get dressed, have your breakfast etc… But, what if you awaken one day and things are different, something seems out of place and stops you from completing your morning…

Guns’n’Stories: Bulletproof VR (PSVR) Review

One of the most popular genres on PSVR at the moment is the immersive First Person Shooter [Wave-Based] genre, this is because the concept suits the medium perfectly. You take the role of the protagonist, you become a badass with both hands operating independently, and it’s a…

Torn (PSVR) Review

Have you ever wanted to experience what it would feel like if you could explore a creepy old mansion full of steam-punk like devices as you lifted up objects with a Sonic Screwdriver? If so, then you’re in luck! Torn is a VR puzzle adventure game, from Aspyr,…

Prison Boss VR (PSVR) Review

I love my PSVR headset. Some of the experiences and games you can get are pretty crazy and wouldn’t be possible without this immersive technology. One such experience, which I didn’t realise I wanted until I played it, is escaping from prison, a prison which appears…

Red Matter (PSVR) Review

Every now and again a game or experience on the PSVR comes along and initially blows my mind. I become hooked to the universe, the mechanics, and the story so much that I can’t stop playing until I see the end credits roll without taking my…

In Death (PSVR) Review

I’m almost certain that I’m on record saying I’m not the biggest fan of ‘Roguelike’ games. I have a hard time enjoying a game in which I know that the core gameplay is that I will die, a whole lot, and have to re-start from…