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Time Carnage Review – An Absolute Blast Despite Being a Wave Shooter

Although a game by the name of Time Carnage doesn’t necessarily sound unique, the gameplay is rather surprising. Although this is another wave shooter for VR, Time Carnage has a nice blend of different eras, exciting gameplay, and just plenty of fun. Time Carnage is available on the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR […]

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Kartong – Death by Cardboard Review – Extremely Enjoyable Gloomy Atmosphere

Unique concepts are not that difficult to come by in the world of VR gaming. Kartong – Death By Cardboard is definitely a unique puzzling game with a fair few horror elements. There are even some first-person shooter elements involved as well. The game is available for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift at the […]

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VR Training can be a Valuable Tool for Training Future Truck Drivers

There are many different use cases for virtual reality technology. This is especially true when looking at training scenarios for employees. Truck operators, for example, can benefit quite a bit from VR training scenarios as part of their corporate learning process. Truck Drivers see Merit in VR Training Various companies around the world are looking […]

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VR Football Club Receive AI Bot Support and Head Facing Tracking

Playing football in virtual reality is something a lot of people look forward to. With VR Football Club, this certainly becomes a lot easier to achieve, although the game still has room for improvements. It now seems the developers are adding some major features through a new game update. A big Step Forward for VR […]

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The KAT Walk Mini for VR Will not Rely on Kickstarter Crowdfunding After all

Even though VR hardware is evolving, there’s still room for improvements. Especially when it comes to immersion, new products will need to be created. A lot of players would like to walk around in VR like they do in real life, yet it will require some external gadgets to achieve this goal. KAT VR will […]

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HP Launches the Z VR Backpack in India

Virtual reality hardware is of great interest to consumers under the right circumstances. More specifically, it seems wearable VR PCs are of great interest as of right now. In India, the first unit of its kind has made its way to the market. Surprisingly, it is Hewlett Packard effectively making inroads in this regard. HP […]

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Zombie Grenades Practice Review – Great fun With a Different Mindset

Truth be told, we were not too excited to fire up yet another zombie-themed VR game this week. Even though Zombie Grandes Practice is a very different breed of action game altogether, we can’t shake the feeling the concept of zombies is just too common. At the same time, the game is pretty fun. The […]

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Kingdom of Blades Review – Great Hack-and-Slash Game

It is evident there are quite a few game types which will always do well in virtual reality. In the case of Kingdom of Blades, it draws some similarities with Fruit Ninja, although there are a fair few key differences between the two games as well. Chesstar Studios has brought a very enjoyable game to […]

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VR and AR Saw a 72% Growth Throughout 2017

To many people, it seems as if the VR industry is rather obsolete. While it is not a mainstream technology, there is notable growth. In 2017 VR and AR combined saw a growth of 72%. That is a more than respectable figure. As such, the consumer market reached a total value of $3.2bn. VR and […]

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Social VR App Sansar Launches on HTC’s Viveport

Most people will agree virtual reality isn’t the most social experience yet. That is only normal, as social VR is still in the very early stages of the development. Sansar’s Social VR venture is now live on the HTC Viveport offering. It also offers a lot more content related to Ready Player One. Sansar Keeps […]