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Fallout 4 VR – Absolutely Amazing, but Still Expensive

When Bethesda announced Fallout 4 was coming to virtual reality, there was plenty of excitement. The long wait is finally over, as the game was released to the public 24 hours ago. For now, the game is only available for HTC Vive, but it will come to other platforms as well.  It is an absolutely […]

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Vertigo Review – A Unique Mix of Half-Life and Portal

The VR gaming industry is perfect for indie developers looking to make a lasting impact over the next few years. The developers of Vertigo have certainly shown the world the indie game industry is in a good place right now. It is evident this game is a bit rough around the edges, but other than […]

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Hurl VR Review – One of the Better Physics Puzzling Games

Owners of the HTC Vive VR headset have plenty of games to choose from these days. Not all of these offerings are great by any means, but most of them are just fine. Hurl VR is one of those physics-based puzzlers who remind people why gaming in VR can be a great experience overall. The […]

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John Wick Chronicles Review – Excellent Action Game Albeit Rather Short

John Wick Chronicles is one of those virtual reality games people have no real expectations for. That can be both a good and  a bad thing, depending on the end result. In this particular case, the game itself is available for the HTC VIve at a price of $19.99. Given the short narrative and the […]

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HTC Vive Owners can Pre-order Their Wireless Gaming Module From TPCast

One of the main drawbacks about the HTC VIve is its requirement to be tethered to a computer. Getting tangled up in cables while immersing oneself in VR is not pleasant. Luckily, the company has come up with a wireless solution. TPCast has created a tetherless device which will be sold come October 31st. It […]

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Headmaster Review – Sports Physics Done Right in a fun way

When a VR game goes by the name of Headmaster, it’s not entirely clear what one can expect. It is either something with school or perhaps a sports game. In this particular case, headmaster for the HTC Vive is a sports game which focuses on making you score goals with your head. It sounds like […]

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Hoops VR Review – Get Ready to Play Some Ball

Playing sports in virtual reality can be quite fun. In most games, one would find themselves playing some type of sport that will never exist in the real world. Hoops VR shows it can be quite entertaining to shoot some hoops in virtual reality. It caters to both novice players and ballers alike. The game […]

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Blasters of the Universe Review – Finally a VR Wave Shooter Done Right

A frustrating VR game can be either very disappointing or quite addictive. Thankfully, Blasters of the Universe on the HTC Vive falls into that latter category. This is anything but an easy game, but it is so engaging you won’t give up that easily.Although this the umpteenth VR wave shooter to be released in recent […]

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The Purge Day Review – A Cheap Wave Shooter That Feels Even Cheaper

The Purge Day is a wave-shooter which is seemingly quite a popular concept in the VR industry these days. Although it was originally designed for mobile devices, it can also be played through the HTC Vive. There is no controller support requirement. While the initial set up of the game looked quite appealing, it becomes […]

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FormulaVR Review – Not the Racing Game we are Waiting for

When a video game developer tries to bring Formula 1-style racing to virtual reality, there is plenty of reason to be excited. FormulaVR is an official game that will allow anyone to race in VR as long as they own a HTC Vive. It is a bit odd to not see the Oculus Rift supported […]