PlayStation VR Reviews

Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! Review – PlayStation VR

Back in December 1999, producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi released a new music rhythm game for the Sega Dreamcast known as Space Channel 5. It was a very unique title from the man who would go on to make othe...

Eclipse: Edge of Light Review – PlayStation VR

As someone who is very passionate about virtual reality I’m always on the lookout for interesting new titles coming to PlayStation VR. That’s why when I saw White Elk Studio’s game E...

VR Ping Pong Pro Review – PlayStation VR

Back in early 2017 not long after the PlayStation VR first launched, publisher Merge Games released Ping Pong VR for the virtual reality headset. It was a solid title but had issues which isn’t ...

Telefrag VR Review – PlayStation VR

Last year I reviewed Anshar Studios first PlayStation VR game Detached and thought it was a pretty good game for the studio’s first try on the platform. Now they are back again with their second...

Mini-Mech Mayhem Review – PlayStation VR

When you look at the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PlayStation VR one independent developer has been consistence in their support of Sony’s various platforms. That developer is the fine f...

Blood & Truth Review – PlayStation VR

When the PlayStation VR launched back in October 2016 one of the first games many of us played was PlayStation VR Worlds from Sony London Studio. It was a collection of five experiences that gave us a...

Skyworld Review – PlayStation VR

As virtual reality is still in its early years finding a game in a particular genre you enjoy can sometimes be challenging. Wave shooters, platformers, puzzle games and more all have quite a lot of op...

Ghost Giant Review – PlayStation VR

Early last year I reviewed Moss on PlayStation VR and realized just how much virtual reality allows you to feel a connection to characters and a sense of presence in their world unlike any other form ...

Falcon Age Review – PlayStation VR/PlayStation 4

I must say that giving me a pet or an animal companion in a video game is a quick way to make me take notice of it. Some of my favorite games have had memorable animal companions such as Trico in The ...

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