With so much riding on Xbox's release schedule, PlayStation needs to maintain its release strength moving into 2018. From new IP to crowd-funded classics, PS4 looks set to keep its stride throughout the year despite a lot of shared releases.
There's so much more out there for the PSVR Aim Controller other than Farpoint, the whole gang is here.
Tarsier Studios' Little Nightmares has earned the company its rightful media attention, but behind the exposure, the group have been working on their first ever self-published indie VR title. The PSVR exclusive is set to release this Spring, and situates the player in a strange laboratory, facing an attentive scientist, with your hands locked in a puzzle... Continue Reading →
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 →
We'll get all the fluff out the way first. We all know Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is first person, we all know it's out for a full VR version, we all know it's about the Baker family and their decrepit dwelling. In case you didn't know that, you do now (and also where have you been... Continue Reading →
5. Hideo Kojima When E3 brought us the first look at Death Stranding, we had no idea what Hideo Kojima had gotten himself into. Since his less than amicable split with Konami, Kojima has been out on his own, taking Kojima Productions with him and resolving to present the industry with something it's never seen before. With... Continue Reading →
UK-based games retailer GAME has taken an interesting approach to poaching people into PSVR - by ripping them off. Whereas across the pond you can step into a Best Buy and slip a headset on to demo the tech before making that hefty purchase, here in the UK you'll have to get your wallet out for... Continue Reading →