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BARDO: A Bow Against Evil Spirits

BARDO is a VR wave shooter for those that seek to immerse themselves in a highly stylistic game. In it you embody the essence of a Tibetan archer and have to fight off waves of corrupted Tsen spirits. About Like all wave shooters you only have to stay back and kill enemies as they come at you. This, of course, is...

Sublevel Zero Redux: 0 G Shooter

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If you are older you might have heard of a game called Descent, a first person shooter where you pilot a ship and traverse a space maze. Despite its success it did not spawn many "clones", unlike Doom did. Sublevel Zero Redux is what can be considered a comeback of the genre, and a really good one in fact. About Sublevel...

Crisis VRigade Game Review

What is virtual reality if it doesn’t offer fast-paced, purely fun action? This is exactly what Crisis VRigade lets you experience, together with arcade graphics and Time Crisis inspired mechanics. Crisis VRigade is a virtual reality action FPS that lets you take the role of a SWAT trooper. As one, you get to deal with terrorists, bank robberies and...

VROGU3 Review: The Rogue-like that may never be

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VROGU3 is a rogue-like VR game that looks like the start of something that could be great. It has features that many gamers would go wild for and yet we may never get a finished version. Let me show you why I am sad that this early access game from a small studio may never have a full release. What has...

Vox Machinae: Giant Robot Combat

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Do you want to control a giant robot and bash it against other giant robots? Of course you do. But in Vox Machinae you don't just control a giant robot, you control the pilot of the giant robot. Gameplay You first have to go through a tutorial section that explains to you how to control your robot. After that is done...

Hover Junkers Review: Junk has never been this fun

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Post apocalyptic environment, Hovering Mad Max style cars, Guns and all that in multiplayer! Sounds like a hell of a time. Brought to us from the developers of the hit VR game Duck Season, we get Hover Junkers. Visuals Hover Junkers has an interesting visual style. It seems to draw inspiration from Borderlands, Fallout, Mad Max and a bit of Team...

Planetrism – stunning graphics both for VR and PC Desktop

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Planetrism is a game developed by two independent developers from Finland - Mika Laaksonen and Kimmo Kaunela. Their project is a role-playing sci-fi game with survival elements. What’s really nice is that it has two modes - a third person and a first person one which allows for a full VR support on Vive and Rift. The game is...

Be A Real Gunfighter In Guns’n’Stories: Bulletproof VR

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Do you like VR wave shooters? Do you like Western movies? Well Guns’n’Stories: Bulletproof VR is just the right game for you. This is a dynamic VR western shooter that fully immerses players into the ambience of weird Wild West. Stepping into the tangled storyline, you will encounter many intimidating but comical enemies and fight Big Bosses. This is not...

Holopoint – VR Archery Game Review

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Virtual reality games are created with the sole purpose to bring you all kinds of different and unique experiences. You can do anything you ever wished. Provided that a developer out there got the same idea as you and decided to make a game like this.   Gameplay and features Holopoint is such a game. One that will bring your archery...

Pixel Ripped 1989 Review: Nostalgia out the wazoo

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As gamers we cherish childhood memories of spending hours on end in front of a screen. All those countless hours spent clutching a controller and playing video games instead of doing homework or, you know, socialising. All those “wasted” years. And if we had the power to change it, every one of us would do it all over again....
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