Vomit comet – Super Stardust Ultra VR

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Super Stardust Ultra VR is what would happen if you strapped a pinwheel firework to a firecracker and jammed it directly into your eye. A cacophony of color and sound, …

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Feeling a little drunk – Sports Bar VR review

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Admittedly, I’m a little out of my element. Studying martial arts never put me in the jock category, so I don’t exactly frequent sports bars, not even to watch UFC. …

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Step right up! Carnival Games VR review

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Carnival Games may feel like familiar territory, but that’s because it is. Warping in from 2007, Carnival Games VR does a bit of an update and brings its pickup-and-play experience …

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No Pixie Dust Required: Owlboy review

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Normally I would open up with a generic statement about platformers and how to make them stand out. But holy great gaming goodness in the sky, batman: a concrete flying …

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Alia Iacta Est: Valeria Card Kingdoms Review

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As beasts swarm into the Kingdom of Valeria, the loyal Dukes and Duchesses know what they must do: manipulate the situation for political power! During this time of struggle you …

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This is not a drill: Gurumin 3D review

by 2 months ago

With today’s games vying for realism and complexity, it’s always a breath of fresh air when something comes out that’s simple and just plain fun. Originally released in North America …

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Send in the Clowns – Until Dawn Rush of Blood PSVR Review

by 2 months ago

Coulrophobia, better known as fear of clowns, affects a great many people. The common belief is that it is caused by the uncanny valley effect as they look human, but …

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Dragging On: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Review

by 2 months ago

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is an example of a game with a strong start but ultimately not enough variety to keep you engaged for long. While there’s no lack of …

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Protecting the Master: Onitama Review

by 2 months ago

  It almost seems like all games need to have an in-depth theme to attract an audience.  We have miniatures games with fantasy characters' backstories explaining their thirst for glory or …

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Get on your bike and Mega Drive: Superdimension Neptune vs. Sega Hard Girls review

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After years of lampooning faux gaming consoles, the Neptunia franchise gets a partner, finally, that allows it to make some references to some real part of gaming history. Superdimension Neptune …

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Child’s Play: World of Final Fantasy review

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World of Final Fantasy is a game that spends so much time paying tribute to the series it draws from that it doesn’t spend enough time fleshing out the parts …

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Stand clear for Titanfall: Titanfall 2 Review

by 2 months ago

The original Titanfall was a fun but divisive game, with a strong central premise but a lot of complaints about its lasting power and conspicuous lack of a single player …

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