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Batman VRSE Review: Batfad

Earlier this week we reviewed the VRSE Batman VR headset and, well, we’ll let the article speak for itself. The shoddy device is only one part of the package, though; [...]

 
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Batman VRSE Headset Review: Holy Hokey Headset, Batman

Most major VR headset makers might have stamped 13+ age recommendations on their products, but you can bet there are going to be a lot of younger children that still put [...]

 
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Review: Pixel 2 And New Daydream View Make A Much Improved VR Package

VR is often regarded as a solitary experience, but with Google’s Pixel 2 and the new Daydream View it might be hard for anyone in the room to not become curious or [...]

 
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End Space Review: Flying Through The Stars

End Space is one of the most ambitious games I’ve seen in the VR space thus far. What started out as a proof-of-concept on Google Cardboard under a different name and [...]

 
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So Let Us Melt Review: The Chinese Room’s VR Debut Will Melt Your Heart

I can’t imagine how many times The Chinese Room has heard, “Hey, you should do a VR game!” over the past five or so years. Having helped pioneer the [...]

 
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Augmented Empire Review: Turn-Based Tactics Meet Deep Storytelling

When a VR game goes the additional steps to make everything not only feel and play great inside of a headset, but also have lore-appropriate explanations for quirky [...]

 
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Lola And The Giant Review: Lotta Heart, Little Less Polish

When I reviewed Along Together last month I found a wonderfully sweet adventure game with bags of charm and some inventive uses of the Daydream’s motion controller. [...]

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