Steel Wool Studios have brought the world of Warhammer 40k to the VR platform in the form of The Horus Heresy: Betrayal At Calth – which is based on the board game of the same name. But, does the transition from board game to VR really work?
Ever wanted to take on other players in anti-gravity combat, well with use and the power of HTC Vive this can now be possible. I wasn’t sure when I received the code whether Skyfront was going to bring any sort of campaign on single player experience with it, but from what I played it all seems to multiplayer. However, this is not a problem because what the game is trying it do it really doesn’t require any sort of single player.
For a long time now Dragons have formed a large part of Mythology. So, it only seems right that now that we have the new medium available in VR gaming, that we get to experience the beasts close up. This is were Blackthorn Media have stepped up, to allow us to discover that experience.
Operation Warcade brings an interesting spin on your VR wave shooters, with it being treat like an arcade machine. People who frequented 90’s arcades will feel a lot of nostalgia when playing this game, with it bringing back memories of games like Operation Wolf – but does this spin work?