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Stormland VR Review – Storm, Or Mild Gust?

It feels like we’re maybe starting to see VR come into its own with bigger, meatier games that feel less like “experiences” and more like…er, well, games. Not long ago Asgard’s Wrath provided us with an immense RPG spanning dozens of hours that was built from the ground up for virtual reality. Now we’ve got the maestros at Insomniac with their latest effort, Stormland VR, a shooter with an interesting end-game and some of the best virtual reality arms around

Asgard’s Wrath Review – God of VR

As amazing as VR is and can be I think we’ve all been waiting for something truly substantial, a properly big game to sink our teeth into for hours on end rather than the short experiences we’ve been getting. That’s what Asgard’s Wrath has got going for it, a huge campaign that spans around 30-hours that you can easily get lost in, provided you can handle long periods in VR. It’s a hack and slash romp through Norse mythology featuring Gods, swords, bows, puzzles, side-quests, beautiful scenery and a high-fiving shark.

Oculus Rift S Review – Upgrade, Or Downgrade?

The Oculus Rift S is not the next big Rift that we’ve all been waiting for, and Oculus themselves have been careful not to advertise it as one. No, the Oculus Rift S is…uh. Honestly, the problem is I don’t think anyone is sure what the S actually is. It isn’t an upgrade nor arguably even a refinement as many of the improvements have come at the expense of other features. So, let’s review the Oculus Rift S and try to figure who this VR headset is really for.

Facebook Buys Oculus Rift Developer In Whopping $2-billion Deal, Notch Immediately Cancels VR Version Of Minecraft

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg today made a surprise announcement, revealing that Facebook has purchased the Oculus VR, who are developing the Ocolus Rift, the amazing virtual reality headset that’s been impressing developers, media and gamers alike. Facebook outright bought the company with $400-million in cash, and a further […]