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Megadimension Neptunia VIIR (PS4, PSVR) Review

Megadimension Neptunia VIIR (PS4, PSVR) Review

I bought Megadimension Neptunia VII for the PS4 a few years ago yet I could never find the time to get around to playing it as I knew it would turn out to be a big adventure. In the run-up to ...
Super Amazeballs (PSVR) Review

Super Amazeballs (PSVR) Review

We live in a digital age yet as with anything, the simple things in life are the best. Before modern gaming devices and smartphones, back when I was a lad, I remember going away with my parents and buying a ...
Code51: Mecha Arena (PSVR) Review

Code51: Mecha Arena (PSVR) Review

Do you remember R.I.G.S? A PSVR launch title which mixed Mecha combat with sport? That game was promising but also very nauseating to people new to VR, myself included, as you could run around, jump 40ft into the air, get shot ...
CoolPaintr VR (PSVR) Review

CoolPaintr VR (PSVR) Review

The one thing that PSVR has been lacking, since release, is the ability to draw and make your own creations within the virtual world. I used to watch various YouTubers on their Vive and Rift headsets, playing around in VR ...
Dead Secret (PS4, PSVR) Review

Dead Secret (PS4, PSVR) Review

If you’ve been with us a while then you will know a few things about me – I love VR, Thrillers, Mysteries, Adventures, and Puzzle Games yet I really don’t like horror games or jump scares. So, why am I ...
Crisis on the Planet of the Apes (PSVR) Review

Crisis on the Planet of the Apes (PSVR) Review

Crisis on the Planet of the Apes is a new VR game from IMAGINATI and FoxNext where you play the role of a captured ape in a story set between Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2014) and Dawn ...
Time Carnage (PSVR) Review

Time Carnage (PSVR) Review

Time Carnage is the second wave-based PSVR shooter I’ve reviewed this week, having done Lunar Stone: Origin of Blood just the other day. However, Time Carnage scraps the story and replaces it with back-to-back action within this very good VR shooter ...
Audio Beats (PSVR) Review

Audio Beats (PSVR) Review

A genre which I would love to see more of in VR is the music genre. We have had titles like Happy Drummer and Hatsune Miku (although Hatsune Miku was more a virtual concert than an actual music game) and ...
Lunar Stone: Origin of Blood (PSVR) Review

Lunar Stone: Origin of Blood (PSVR) Review

Lunar Stone: Origin of Blood is your typical wave-based shooter in VR, with the added element of a melee weapon and an unusual dodging mechanic. Since the dawn of PSVR we have seen a number of wave-based shooters, with recent ...
ARK Park (PSVR) Review

ARK Park (PSVR) Review

ARK Survival evolved truly has evolved. Not only has it branched out from Early Access into its retail release on PC, Xbox One and PS4, but it’s also been announced as coming to both the switch and mobile devices in ...
Pop-up Pilgrims (PSVR) Review

Pop-up Pilgrims (PSVR) Review

Not everything in VR has to be first-person – that’s a phrase I wouldn’t have thought I would have ever said if you had asked me before the beginning of 2018. To me, I always thought VR would only work if ...
Rangi (PSVR) Review

Rangi (PSVR) Review

Everyone knows I love a good puzzle (just look at how many puzzle games I have reviewed so far!) and I’m also known for loving my PSVR. So, along came Rangi – a puzzle game built in VR – sounds ...
Blasters of the Universe (PSVR) Review

Blasters of the Universe (PSVR) Review

Blasters of the Universe is a wave-based VR shooter from Secret Location, and whilst we have already received a few of these on PSVR, such as Shooty Fruity and Ancient Amuletor, Blasters of the Universe is up there as one ...
Moss (PSVR) Review

Moss (PSVR) Review

When we were kids, we used to love reading storybooks and having them read to us as we dozed off to sleep. Moss, from the amazing team at Polyarc, captures the magic of hearing a fairytale and mixes it with ...
Konrad the Kitten (PSVR) Review

Konrad the Kitten (PSVR) Review

There are certain genres which have moved through the times with us from 2D to 3D and even into Virtual reality, the FPS, Simulation, Puzzle games, and even 3rd person side-scrolling games. However, there is one genre, which was extremely popular ...
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