Along Together is another game brought to the VR platform by Turbo Button, who have also released Floor Plan (read my review here) on the PlayStation VR. This time the game combines first person and third person views in a puzzle platformer, but does the game do this well?
Mobile VR is starting to build a following with the release of the Oculus Go, and we are seeing some developers do some wonderful things with entry-level headsets. Skullfish Studios have entered this with the release of their puzzle game Lila’s Tale on the Oculus Go, but, does this puzzler hold its own?
Ever get on the bus late in real life and have a little grumble about it not being on time?…. Ever wondered what it is like being on the driver’s side and seeing what they have to do and put up with?… Well, this is where simulation games come in, the question is does Bus Simulator 2018 make you feel sorry for these people?
Escape room style games are now becoming a lot more popular in the VR medium, the team at ARVI LLC have joined in with genre with CrossSide: The Prison. But, do ARVI bring something new to genre?