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Land’s End VR Review – A Must-buy For Puzzle Game Enthusiasts

There is no shortage of virtual reality games right now, although not all of them provide a fun experience. Land’s End, a basic puzzle game, is doing quite a good job at providing hours of entertainment while wearing a VR headset. It is also priced fairly cheap, at US$5.99. Moreover, the fact this game does […]

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Splaks Google Cardboard V2.0 Review

The Splaks is a Google Cardboard 2.0 VR viewer. Without the need to assemble the HMD, and with a sleek black design the Splaks Google Cardboard is extremely easy to set up and looks much cooler than the original Google Cardboard. While it provides a great introductory VR experience, it is limited in its function and isn’t […]

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Guided Meditation VR Review – Peace and Quiet In A Virtual Environment

To most people, entering a virtual reality environment is rather stressful. There is so much to be aware of at all times, especially when playing a highly addictive game. Some people prefer peace and quiet while immersing themselves in VR. This is where Guided Meditation VR comes into the picture, as it provides users with […]

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Happy Penguin VR Review

I found myself bored on a rainy Saturday and as I was browsing through the Steam VR store one particular game caught my eye – Happy Penguin VR. The game is similar to Angry Birds in the sense that you have to fling a penguin in the air and then navigate it to hit certain […]

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100ft Robot Golf Review – Hours of Unbridled Fun

Games are not hard to come by in the world of virtual reality, although some concepts may have wackier ideas than others. 100ft Robot Golf, one of the many games released on Playstation VR, is about as crazy as it can get. Then again, who doesn’t want to play golf with a giant robot? The […]

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VRinOR Review – A First-row Seat to Everyday Surgeries

The world of virtual reality offers quite a lot of possibilities for game and app developers. Moreover, it can also serve as an educational platform to give people more insight into how certain aspects of our daily work lives. VRinOR is one of those interesting offerings that may not necessarily be for everyone, even though […]

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Gesture Control vs Gaze Control

In the world of virtual reality, there are many different ways to control and interact with the direct environment. Two common types of doing so are called gaze control and gesture control. Both types act in a very different manner, although they will ultimately have very similar effects. People who want to become vr experts […]

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Rick and Morty Virtual Rick-ality Review

Recently, Owlchemy Labs – the team behind the best selling VR game Job Simulator – has unveiled a brand new exploration game. Themed after the popular cartoon Rick and Morty, the game is both hilarious and fun. In the game, you play a Morty clone and help Rick in his garage’s workshop with various errands and […]

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Facebook Spaces Review – VR Video Conferencing But Little Else

It was only a matter of time until social media giants decided to unleash their first VR apps. Facebook has done exactly that, even though their Spaces app is not all that spectacular. It is good to see more VR apps becoming available in the long run, although it is clear there is a lot of […]

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Project Time Travel Review – Experience Historic Events In VR!

Virtual reality is all about immersing oneself in different environments, realities, and concept. Project Time Travel seems to take this concept to the next level, as it is quite an entertaining VR experience. However, this is not just a game, as the app serves as a valuable history lesson in a VR environment. Quite an […]