4 Virtual Tools For Everyday Life – Advertised Feature

As virtual reality and virtual tools become more prevalent in our present and will be even more widely accepted in our future, it is important to get to know what VR offers us other than what we have seen in…

VR HERE we go

Nestled in a small unit on a side street just outside Liverpool city centre lies a pretty amazing place. A place where you can escape your normal everyday lives and enter a number of different worlds that see you taking…

The beautiful game: Football Nation VR (PSVR) review

It’s the dream of almost every young child to pull on their team’s shirt and walk out on the hallowed turf that is their team’s home ground. For me, that means having the opportunity to pull on the red shirt…

Go Fish with METRICMIND’s Catch & Release

Catch & Release. Two of the biggest rules in fishing. Between shooting aliens and inappropriately touching grown men playing as tiny anime girls it’s good to get a break in VR. The medium is full of breakneck experiences and creepy…

Winter is coming: ARKTIKA.1 review

4A Games specialise in games about apocalypse-stricken Russia – they’re behind the hit adaptations of Dmitry Glukhovsky’s Metro novels, games praised for their spooky atmosphere and tight gameplay. It makes sense, then, that this extremely Metro-but-not title is their VR debut, but while the Oculus…

Farhome launches today on Steam Early Access

DEVCUBESTUDIO‘s debut VR title, Farhome, has launched today on Steam Early Access. The game, set in the year 2301, brings players to a world on the brink of collapse, and promises co-op FPS action, a bunch of different planets to explore…

Jars of teeth: Organ Quarter VR review

When Organ Quarter introduced its saving system to me at the end of a barebones tutorial, I physically stepped back and said, to an empty room, “I’m not bloody doing that”. But much to my displeasure, I grit my teeth and…

Built for war: Damaged Core review

It’s been almost two years since Damaged Core saw its release, in the very crux of VR’s first steps. It amazed then, earning high scores across the board, which some people took to mean that the expectations must have been low. I…

Shout it out: Skyrim VR review

The moment I opened my eyes on the cart trundling me towards my unfortunate execution in Helgen was surreal – hearing my prisoner buddies bicker about horses and politics for the thousandth time, an experience that should have been familiar…

At the mountains of madness: Edge of Nowhere review

Following in the footsteps of a lost Antarctic expedition, Victor Howard is a man on a mission to rescue his missing fiancee. What would ordinarily be a straightforward Tomb Raider/Uncharted style adventure is livened up by a Lovecraftian theme, climbing precarious outcrops…