Space Pirates and Zombies 2 has been released after around a six year gap from when the original one was released. This time round it is playable in two formats… your standard PC format or via VR on the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift. For the VR section of this hands-on I have been playing the HTC Vive version.
I first came across Figment at EGX 2017. I found it when browsing around the indie section, and after playing it I wanted to interview a member of team. When I got back I was happy to get the play the game – so, did the full experience live up to my feelings from EGX?
As a fan of many of the Gundam TV and game series that have been released. I was pleased to get the chance to review Project Nimbus on it exiting early access. So, what did I think of the game?
I’ve have found myself approaching another puzzle game on the PC in the mould of Peregrin. Again it’s another indie game, so has this game continued the new found love I have puzzle games?
Until recently I avoided puzzle games, as they weren’t really my cup-of-tea when it came to gaming. But, one thing VR gaming has taught me is to fully appreciate puzzle games. I was anticipating playing Aporia: Beyond The Valley, even-though it is not a VR game – so what did I think of the experience?