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The 9 Best Star Wars VR Experiences We’ve Seen So Far
 
The 25 Best Must-Download Oculus Go Games And Apps
 
How To Download And Install New Custom Songs On Beat Saber
 
Here’s Google And LG’s New 1,443 PPI VR Display
 
HTC Vive Pro Is $1,400 With Controllers And New Base Stations
 
The Forest Is Getting Full VR Support This Month
 
Pimax 8K VR Headset Delayed Again, Refresh Rate Drops To 80Hz
 
Adult Gaming Portal Nutaku Launches Two VR Games
 
Mark Zuckerberg Explains Why He’s Still Committed To VR
 
Oculus Demos ‘Half-Dome’ Rift Prototype With 140-degree FOV And Moving Varifocal Screens
 
Oculus Go vs. Lenovo Mirage Solo: Which Is The Better Buy?
 
Hands-On: Defector Makes You The Star Of Your Very Own Mission: Impossible VR Adventure
 
Oculus Go Review: Standalone VR For The Masses
 
Steven Spielberg Says He Played Mario On PSVR And The Internet Is Confused
 
Oculus Faces ‘Existential Crisis’ In Handling Personal Data
 
Steve Jobs To John Carmack: ‘Why Don’t You Write A New OS?’
 
Beat Saber Sells 50,000 Copies In First Week
 
The Best Free Oculus Go Games And Apps To Download Right Now
 
God of War’s Kratos Comes To VR Using Virtual Photogrammetry
 
Lenovo Mirage Solo Features Major Upgrades Over Oculus Go
 
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Rez Infinite Updated Review: A Sight and Sound Excursion Into VR Cyberspace

Remember Rez? Originally a Dreamcast game way back when, it’s bumped around–mostly on Sony platforms–over the years. A kind of hypnotic, surreal rails [...]

 
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‘Drop Dead’ Review: A Fun Arcade Shooter for Rift and Gear VR

Update: This review was originally published on 11/2/2016 and specifically focused on the Gear VR version of the game. As of tomorrow, 3/23/2017, it will be releasing on [...]

 
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Vector 36 Review – A Customizable Physics-Based Racing Game

There’s something of a renaissance for sci-fi racers lately thanks at least somewhat to the every-growing popularity of VR. With amazing homages to games past like Redout [...]

 
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Toy Clash Review: Tower Defense Meets Tabletop Strategy

I’m kind of a sucker for board games in VR. The sheer visual spectacle of seeing the entire game world before you coming to life in vivid 3D still wows me, so a game like 5 [...]

 
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Aerix Vidius HD Drone Review – VR Flight Meets Pocket-Sized Technology

Aerix is making an industry out of selling small-to-absurdly tiny remote control drones. Sized and designed for indoor use, small drones seem like a swell idea for people [...]

 
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‘Space Stalker’ Review – Another Gear VR Space Shooter

Because you can apparently never have too many VR space shooters, here’s another one! Space Stalker actually fares pretty well overall if you get past the promotional [...]

 
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‘Headmaster’ Review: The Re-Education of Sports and Posture

If there’s one thing that the era of motion controls has taught us–going back to the original Nintendo Wii–it’s that everyone likes simple games where you hit [...]

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Sword Art Online’s New VR Game Is Not What We Wanted
 
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Hands-On: Astro Bot Is A Full PSVR Platformer Based On Playroom’s Robot Rescue
 
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Hands-On: Blood And Truth Is Starting To Feel A Bit Shallow

 
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Hands-On – Firewall: Zero Hour Is The Tactical VR Shooter We’ve Been Waiting For
 
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Here’s Google And LG’s New 1,443 PPI VR Display
 
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The Forest’s VR Support Is Now Live In Beta, Multiplayer Coming Soon

 
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Here’s Oculus’ Latest Varifocal Headset Prototype
 
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Sony: PSVR Is Still Selling, But Industry Growth Is Slower Than Expected
 
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Star Trek: Bridge Crew The Next Generation DLC Review – To Boldly Go In VR

 
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Report: Dreams Will Now Have PSVR Support On Day One
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