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Crisis on the Planet of the Apes VR Review – Decent Movie Tie-in With Some Flaws

While we are big Planet of the Apes fans, that doesn’t necessarily translate to a proper VR game by definition. In the case of Crisis on the Planet of the Apes VR, it is quite evident the game is incredibly linear, but it still ties in well with the movie franchise. The game is not […]

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Island Time VR Review – Cute but far too Limited to be a Survival Game

Whenever a VR game comes around with some cute animations and a focus on survival, we always have high expectations. Island Time seems to check a lot of the right boxes, albeit it is still a somewhat limited game. The lack of progress will also irk owners of the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation […]

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Honor and Duty Review – A Mediocre Budget Shooter

PlayStation VR owners seem to get a lot more gaming titles at their disposal compared to other platforms. Honor and Duty: Arcade Edition is another example of such a game being released exclusively for the PS VR, although it is possible we will see it on other platforms as well. For the price of $7.99, […]

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Innocent VR Review – Game-breaking Bugs Ruin the Puzzling Fun

In the world of VR gaming, there is a growing collection of titles to choose from. Although the overall quality is improving, some games simply remain sub-par. Luckily, Innocent VR is one of the more intriguing puzzle games, ¬†even though it does tend to fall short in a few key areas. Owners of the HTC […]

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WipeOut Omega Collection VR Review – The new Standard for VR Racing?

As a PlayStation owner, we have played virtually every WipeOut game that ever came out. When we learned WipeOut Omega Collection received VR support, the initial excitement was quite big. Surprisingly, that excitement has not been tamped several hours into playing in VR. It is by far the most immersive racing game that we have […]

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Devil and the Fairy Review – Massive Potential for an Early Access Game

It has been a while since we got a semi-decent fantasy game on our hands. Even though Devil and the Fairy is still in Early Access – and it shows – the game has some positive aspects. For the price of $9.99, there are far worse purchases owners of the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift […]

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ARK Park Review – A Horrendous Game in the ARK Franchise

Although we do like VR games based on TV shows and existing franchises, there is always a degree of skepticism involved as well. When we first learned about ARK Park, the expectations were rather low. After having played the “game”, it is evident those concerns were more than warranted. The game is not fun, it […]

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Lunar Stone: Origin of Blood Review – Skippable in Every Way

In the world of VR gaming, one has to often the good with the bad. For owners of the PlayStation VR and HTC VIve, Lunar Stone: Origin of Blood is a game which has some appeal, even though it is not the best wave shooter we have seen to date. In fact, it has a […]

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The American Dream Review – A Different but Refreshing Kind of Shooter

When a game by the name of The American Dream comes around, it is a bit unclear what people can expect. There is no standard definition of the American dream, hence it is quite confusing. Owners of the PlayStation VR can pick up this “parody” game for the price of $19.99. Whether or not the […]

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Panzer Panic Review – Fun for a While but Lacks Online Multiplayer

When new VR games come to market, is it evident there are some high expectations associated with these creations. Panzer Panic, for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, is a shooter game with a few maps to choose from and different game modes to explore. For the price of $999, it is not a terrible […]