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Spuds Unearthed Review (VR) - A Few Ingredients Short of a Loaded Baked Potato

Spuds Unearthed

Taking a risk in the game industry is a bold move, but it can pay off in huge ways. When I saw Spuds Unearthed for the first time, I could see the potential for a really unique experience. I don’t know where the idea came from to make potatoes and their zombified counterparts the main characters, but it works!

Good Goliath Review - Throwing Down The Gauntlet

Good Goliath

One thing I’ve seen a lot of on PSVR are wave-based games. Most of them are shooters, but the concept remains the same across them: survive through waves of enemies and fight a boss every few levels or so. It’s a good fit for VR because you’re often in one place and constantly engaging with everything coming at you.

A-Tech Cybernetic Review (VR) - Frankenstein’s VR Monster

A-Tech Cybernetic

I look back fondly on the days of the arcade. There was a place near to me (the name escapes me), that was filled with pinball machines, classic arcade cabinets, and of course, light gun shooters like Time Crisis and House of The Dead. It also doubled as a bar, so you always left smelling like cigarette smoke and booze, but it was worth it.

The Room VR: A Dark Matter Review - Through The Looking Glass

The Room VR: A Dark Matter

The Room (not the Tommy Wiseau movie) is a series of escape the room puzzle games that has usually been on either PC or mobile devices. I myself have the first three entries on my Android. A combination of mysterious environments, clever puzzles, and moody atmosphere has given the series a high pedigree among gamers (myself included).

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