Original Resident Evil Emerges in First Person

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is barely a week old, and yet its first person perspective has many fans hooked. Rod Lima discovered a way to bring this new camera angle to the original games recently, and has uploaded his findings to YouTube. The Resident Evil community loved it. Diving in behind the scenes of Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles on the Wii,... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Polyphonia

Fresh off the podium at London's VR Indie Pitch, Polyphonia represents a new kind of VR experience that welcomes any player with any skill set. Coming in first was no surprise for this innovative musical experience, what does come as a surprise however is its lone student developer. The experience places you in an outlandish new world,... Continue Reading →

How Tales of Berseria Missed Its Shot At Bringing JRPG To Western Mainstream – Review

The latest Tales instalment comes at a time of divide in Western attitudes towards the Japanese RPG. Final Fantasy has recently split opinions on the viability of the genre in the Western mainstream, and off the back of this Tales of Berseria looked like a great candidate for pushing the JRPG into the Western consciousness. On paper, its distinctive narrative position and... Continue Reading →

Square Enix Announces Marvel Avengers Project

Square Enix sent a message to the world today which spoke of their new partnership with Marvel. The two studios apparently aim to bring several games to consumers, beginning with an Avengers title featuring the hashtag 'reassemble'. Just under two hours ago the project reveal went live, after both companies teased an announcement just 24... Continue Reading →

‘Pearl’ Brings VR To The Oscars

Microsoft's Spotlight Stories project aims to bring innovative storytelling to the VR world. Their series of short films pulls viewers into stories that have seen aliens in LA, crazy ice dancing, bands of singing bugs, and a VR Simpsons couch gag. The animated film that's caught the eye of The Oscars however, is Pearl. It was only a... Continue Reading →

Resident Evil 7 Reviews Roundup

Happy Resident Evil Day! The Baker family have landed, and the scores are in. Are you clued up on what to expect when you boot up your brand new copy? Yes? Great, then let's take a look at what the critics are saying about Capcom's return to the roots of its survival horror franchise. IGN - 7.7  "This... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Ashigaru

We have fallen into the habit recently of featuring indie VR titles already out for early access or full releases on Steam. Ashigaru is a game still in its early stages, but it just looks so damn exciting we thought we should share it with you guys so you can keep tabs on it. JaudaLabs is a... Continue Reading →

Review – Gravity Rush 2

Riding off the niche but dedicated fan base of its original, Gravy Rush 2 is back with all the gravity flipping action we could hope for. Kat's been cast out from her homeland, and has to battle her way through social injustices and an exposition of her own mysterious past in this exploration-heavy cel shaded beauty. In... Continue Reading →

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