PS VR Archive

  • Review: Wayward Sky

    Disclosure: A code for Wayward Sky was provided to VGBlogger.com for review consideration by Uber Entertainment. Wayward Sky is a story of redemption and loss as two different families cross paths while dealing with their own family tragedies in different ways. Uber Entertainment tells the […]

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  • Review: Pinball FX2 VR

    Zen Studios has a proven track record of making some fantastic pinball tables on countless platforms over the last decade. Whether the table is an original design or a unique take on one of many licensed properties, pinball as a video game wouldn’t be the […]

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  • Review: Robinson: The Journey

    Disclosure: A code for Robinson: The Journey was provided to VGBlogger.com for review consideration by Crytek. Of the dozen or so games I’ve played so far since the PlayStation VR launched, very few have felt like more than a tech demo polished up and made […]

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  • Review: Waddle Home

    Disclosure: A code for Waddle Home was provided to VGBlogger.com for review consideration by Archiact Interactive. Waddle Home is a simple tabletop-like VR game where the objective is to get penguins to a flying saucer located somewhere else on a puzzle board that floats in […]

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  • Review: Thumper

    Disclosure: A code for Thumper was provided to VGBlogger.com for review. Thumper, indie developer Drool’s new rhythm action game for PC and PlayStation 4, opens with a slow building tutorial world that isn’t shy about forcing players to learn the mechanics. Press X while traveling down […]

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  • Review: Weeping Doll

    Disclosure: A code for Weeping Doll was provided to VGBlogger.com for review purposes. Weeping Doll for PlayStation VR tells the story of a family with two daughters, one who has a large red birthmark on her face. Told from the perspective of a young maid, players […]

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  • Review: Batman: Arkham VR

    Disclosure: A review code for Batman: Arkham VR was provided by Warner Bros. Interactive While I wasn’t exactly a fan of the direction Rocksteady took in the last Batman game, Arkham Knight, I have to say that the studio’s ability to create a rich world […]

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  • Review: Ace Banana

    VR developers are still working their way through what works and what doesn’t with respect to world design and interactivity. Some games feel more akin to tech demos while others have a solid grasp on design, even if it is minimalistic. Other games attempt to offer a […]

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  • Gear Review: PlayStation VR

    Virtual Reality is no longer a pipe dream. Earlier this year, Oculus VR and Facebook launched the Oculus Rift, while HTC and Valve released the Vive. Both headsets provide an exceptional VR experience, but require a fairly substantial financial investment. A powerful (i.e. expensive) video card plus […]

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  • Review: Headmaster

    For the launch of PlayStation VR, Frame Interactive has managed to take a simple concept and flesh it out into a wonderful and mysterious virtual reality game known as Headmaster. After this, I’ll never look at the sport of soccer (or football) in the same way. […]

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