In my first of a new feature to my channel, I take a look at my Top 5 Upcoming VR game of February 2018. This is based across Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PSVR, and just shows the trailers of the games.
Personally I find VR should not always be about the games, but also about the experiences, and experience is certainly what roller coaster simulators come under. Monster Paw have entered this market with Coaster – but how does it hold up?
After nearly three and half years Xbox owners finally get to step into Paul Prospero’s shoes in The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. How does the game hold up after all this time, and is it still worth playing? Well, this review is by someone who has never experienced the game before, so I was going into this blind – so who best to ask if it has stood the test of time?
The team behind Raw Data (Survios) have recently held a closed beta for their new VR title Sprint Vector, and I was lucky enough to get to play the HTC Vive version of the game. So, what did I think about it?
Indie developer Oasis Games have really been more miss than hit when it comes to virtual reality, with their titles so far being a mix bag– for example Weeping Doll (read my review here). Their title Light Tracer is now available on HTC Vive, but does this stand out from the previous releases from Oasis Games?