Indie VR Spotlight: Sairento VR

Sairento VR has dark horse-d its way through 2016. When the sword swinging, gun slinging ninja experience hit early access right at the end of the year, it earned itself over a thousand downloads and a 98% Steam approval rating over its first four day period with little conventional marketing. From studio Mixed Realms, Sairento VR positions its... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Vanishing Realms

Things are moving on in the world of VR. Whereas the early days brought us static shooters and cute mini games, we are seeing more and more fully grown experiences cropping up on the indie scene. Vanishing Realms is perhaps one of the most ambitious. The RPG exploration adventure game seeks to blend the fantastical worlds of Skyrim with... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Recent Steam Free To Play

The Free To Play section of the Steam homepage is regrettably a largely neglected part of my games browsing. There's a strange audience for the F2P. You either love it or you hate it, nevertheless, everyone deserves to know what's going on over in the PC land of the free. Battleline: Steel Warfare Though released... Continue Reading →

Is Half-Life VR On The Horizon?

A recent piece of code has been unearthed hiding in the DOTA 2 and Destinations updates. The Valve virtual reality app designed to complement the umbrella company's Steam VR escapades, was updated a couple of weeks ago and holds within it specific lines of code relating to a project suspiciously called HL:VR.  See Also: "Everything We Know About Left 4... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: The Gallery

The Gallery has been built for VR, with an active first episode released on Steam already on Vive and an Oculus version arriving soon. Advertised as a deep mystery narrative with an eclectic mix of characters, The Gallery has been built with 80s fantasy in mind. It will see players through its winding narrative using full room scale... Continue Reading →

Review – Furi (PS4)

What Furi thrives on is the refreshing design of all its characters, and emphasis on skill of the player over arbitrary 'skill' of the protagonist You've just ninja-d out of prison thanks to a pal dressed as an angry pink bunny and now you have to fight your way through waves of bizarre prisoners and jailers... just another... Continue Reading →

How To Score A Free Copy of Trials of the Blood Dragon

Ubisoft have merged their motorbike plaformer Trials with their comic first person shooter spin-off Far Cry: Blood Dragon to create a neon-biker fusion. Revealed at E3, Trials of the Blood Dragon lifted many a wry smile from spectators with its tongue in cheek ad and 80s inspired campaign. Continuing their crusade into the whimsical, Ubisoft have announced that when the demo drops... Continue Reading →

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