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 →

‘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 →

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 →

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 →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑