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November 22nd, 2016

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Review: Robinson: The Journey

Robinson: The Journey does the thing where you’re introduced to the world by opening a door and having a vast landscape, teeming with life, laid out right before your eyes. It’s impressive and seeing pre-historic creatures in that context makes …

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November 22nd, 2016

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Review: Shu

Shu is a platforming game that distills the genre down to some of its very basics. The titular Shu can run, jump, and glide through levels with the sole intention of moving from point A to B. There are additional …

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November 22nd, 2016

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Review: Thumper

In Thumper you are a metallic space beetle speeding down a track in some sort of psychedelic void. It’s described as a rhythm violence game which, for what it’s worth, couldn’t possibly be more fitting. This is a game about …

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November 17th, 2016

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Review: Weeping Doll

There aren’t many horror games currently out on PlayStation VR. Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is fantastic (review forthcoming) and Here They Lie seems interesting, though I haven’t had a chance to try it for myself yet. With Resident Evil …

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October 30th, 2016

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Review: Four Sided Fantasy

Four Sided Fantasy is a 2D puzzle platformer with a unique mechanic. The game features a screen wrapping element wherein if you walk to the left side of the screen, you appear on the right side of the screen. This …

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October 24th, 2016

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Review: Waddle Home

Waddle Home is a pretty simple puzzle game in which you toggle different parts of the environment to create a pathway for penguins to escape with their eggs on the spaceship home. The spaceship element opens the table for some …

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October 24th, 2016

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Review: Wayward Sky

Wayward Sky immediately captured my imagination in a way I wasn’t expecting, the transition from “point and click” to “look and click” in relation to VR just makes so much sense. I never gave much thought to the idea of …

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October 24th, 2016

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Review: Headmaster

I’ve spent the past week playing almost nothing but PlayStation VR, and through it all my mind keeps wandering back to one specific launch title – Headmaster. It’s as simple as heading soccer balls into various targets to gain a …

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October 20th, 2016

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Review: Type:Rider

Type:Rider is a platforming game in which the player ‘explores’ the history of various popular fonts. I use apostrophes to encapsulate ‘explores’ because in reality, you’re just playing a platformer with clunky controls; jumping on thematic set-pieces (punctuation marks, famous …

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October 19th, 2016

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Review: Virginia

Virginia follows Anne Tarver, a recent FBI graduate, and her partner Maria Halperin, as they head to the small town of Kingdom, Virginia in search of a young boy that’s mysteriously vanished. It fits into the kind of guided narrative …

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November 22nd, 2016

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Review: Robinson: The Journey

Robinson: The Journey does the thing where you’re introduced to the world by opening a door and having a vast landscape, teeming with life, laid out right before your eyes. It’s impressive and seeing pre-historic creatures in that context makes …

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November 22nd, 2016

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Review: Shu

Shu is a platforming game that distills the genre down to some of its very basics. The titular Shu can run, jump, and glide through levels with the sole intention of moving from point A to B. There are additional …

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November 22nd, 2016

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Review: Thumper

In Thumper you are a metallic space beetle speeding down a track in some sort of psychedelic void. It’s described as a rhythm violence game which, for what it’s worth, couldn’t possibly be more fitting. This is a game about …

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November 17th, 2016

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Review: Weeping Doll

There aren’t many horror games currently out on PlayStation VR. Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is fantastic (review forthcoming) and Here They Lie seems interesting, though I haven’t had a chance to try it for myself yet. With Resident Evil …

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October 30th, 2016

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Review: Four Sided Fantasy

Four Sided Fantasy is a 2D puzzle platformer with a unique mechanic. The game features a screen wrapping element wherein if you walk to the left side of the screen, you appear on the right side of the screen. This …

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October 24th, 2016

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Review: Waddle Home

Waddle Home is a pretty simple puzzle game in which you toggle different parts of the environment to create a pathway for penguins to escape with their eggs on the spaceship home. The spaceship element opens the table for some …

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October 24th, 2016

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Review: Wayward Sky

Wayward Sky immediately captured my imagination in a way I wasn’t expecting, the transition from “point and click” to “look and click” in relation to VR just makes so much sense. I never gave much thought to the idea of …

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October 24th, 2016

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Review: Headmaster

I’ve spent the past week playing almost nothing but PlayStation VR, and through it all my mind keeps wandering back to one specific launch title – Headmaster. It’s as simple as heading soccer balls into various targets to gain a …

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October 20th, 2016

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Review: Type:Rider

Type:Rider is a platforming game in which the player ‘explores’ the history of various popular fonts. I use apostrophes to encapsulate ‘explores’ because in reality, you’re just playing a platformer with clunky controls; jumping on thematic set-pieces (punctuation marks, famous …

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Read More

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October 19th, 2016

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Review: Virginia

Virginia follows Anne Tarver, a recent FBI graduate, and her partner Maria Halperin, as they head to the small town of Kingdom, Virginia in search of a young boy that’s mysteriously vanished. It fits into the kind of guided narrative …

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