Astro Bot Rescue Mission is the best example of traditional video game mechanics executed in VR yet, amplifying and broadening 3D platforming to a whole new platform. The fundamentals, while nothing too unique, are consistently strong, allowing for the great VR mechanics and interactions to […]

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Super Mario Party Review

Super Mario Party is a wonderfully presented game packed full of excellent minigames; it’s just that the means to play them are disappointingly [...]

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Insomniac Games are my favourite developers, Spider-Man is one of my favourite characters, and comparable games like InFamous and Arkham [...]

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Mario Tennis Aces is an exceptional tennis game at its core, with fun additional layers to keep things interesting. The inclusion of Adventure Mode is also very much appreciated, adding a good little set of more varied objectives to reach. The limited levelling system and […]

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Sony let us know ahead of time that they’d be focusing on four of their biggest upcoming exclusives in this year’s E3 showing. The Last of Us Part II, Ghost of Tsushima, Death Stranding and Spider-Man were the games announced to come under the E3 […]

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God of War Review

God of War is an exceptional game that modernises an antiquated formula while carrying forward and expanding upon the conventions that gave [...]

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Metal Gear Survive builds off of an excellent game to create something fundamentally different. Journeying through the dust and uncovering more [...]

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Moss Review

Moss is a lovely little game that applies VR in ways I’m excited to see develop. The simple platforming, puzzling and fighting aren’t anything fantastic on their own, but together in a precious little storybook world, and elevated by a VR perspective, they’re a delight. […]

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Review

I want to be clear that Dragon Ball FighterZ, at its core, is a great game that does so much right by Dragon Ball. At the best of times, this is essentially a perfect DB fighter. Outplaying an opponent in such a rapid, intense exchange […]

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The Inpatient Review

The Inpatient is a slow, unengaging walk through hallways with mechanical characters and irrelevant choices. It’s an incredibly disappointing [...]

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