Playstation VR

Dirt Rally PS4 VR Update Announced

Codemasters has announced that DiRT Rally, the highest rated Racing game on the PS4 is coming to PlayStation VR in the coming weeks. The new Virtual Reality DLC upgrade will be available to all existing players for the reasonable price of £9.99 on the PlayStation Store. As you might expect it will allow PS4 gamers to drive the rally racer with the aid of the fully immersive PlayStation VR headset ...[Read More]

Sony previews Gran Turismo Sport on PS4 Pro with 4K trailer

Sony has released a new 4K trailer for the highly-anticipated Gran Turismo Sport, featuring a glimpse at new cars and improved graphics. The teaser, unveiled at the annual PlayStation Experience event, reveals the racing game running at 4K resolution with HDR features enabled, which is only possible on the new PlayStation 4 Pro console. Gran Turismo Sport boasts a roster of 140 cars, each offering...[Read More]

Driveclub VR Review

On the face of it Driveclub VR should have been the PlayStation VR’s killer app. Driving games naturally work very well with virtual reality, providing a functional cockpit view that makes the game both more realistic and just as easy to play as using a chase cam. They also tend to create less nausea than games with more complex controls, although Driveclub VR does have some issues in that area th...[Read More]

Robinson: The Journey goes VR

Combining the power of PS VR and Crytek’s CRYENGINE technology, Robinson: The Journey invites players to step into a sci-fi world full of adventure, secrets, and dinosaurs. Playing as Robin – a boy stranded in the unmapped territory of Tyson III – gamers’ resourcefulness will be put to the test as they search for survivors of a doomed space voyage alongside AI unit HIGS and baby T-Rex Laika. With ...[Read More]

Sportsbar for PSVR gets More Games, Toys and Fixes

In response to player feedback, elements like AI have been adjusted to make the game more enjoyable, while Cherry Pop Games and Perilous Orbit plan to continually improve SportsBar VR with gameplay adjustments and additional content on an ongoing basis. The update also adds three new games to the mix – Chess, Checkers and Shuffleboard. Along with these additional games, SportsBar VR now has ...[Read More]

Headmaster PSVR Review

Headmaster simplifies your virtual reality experience to a single mechanic. Forgoing the use of any controllers, it instead uses the motion tracking of the headset to present you wit one simple task: a soccer ball is coming. Headmaster surprisingly presents something of a story for a game that could have gone entirely without one. fairly suspect soccer training camp, Headmaster surprisingly presen...[Read More]

PlayStation VR Worlds Review

Playstation World’s comprises of five different experiences – London Heist, VR Luge, Ocean Descent, Scavenger’s Odyssey and Danger Ball – you’ll play through the experiences one time and then forget them immediately. The only other time you may need to pull the disc back out is to show off virtual reality to friends or family. That’s it. The best game of the lot, “London Heist” is as thrilli...[Read More]

Job Simulator Playstation VR Review

Job Simulator was a game I was really hoping to see make it to PlayStation VR. Being one of those games that sat on my Steam wishlist (just in case I ever got a capable computer), it was a relief to have it make to the controlled environment of the PS4. Set in the far future, Job Simulator sees you taking the role of a human in a world of floating robot TVs. The ‘bots have painstakingly created si...[Read More]

Weeping Doll arrives just in time for Halloween on Playstation VR

Oasis Games Ltd, a leading independent Chinese publisher, today announced it has released Weeping Doll, its third PlayStation VR launch title in as many weeks. The adventure game is a dark, story-driven psychological mystery where dolls come alive, fueled by the negative thoughts of their child owners. Players must solve difficult puzzles in eerie surroundings as a tortured girl’s doll takes reven...[Read More]

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood Playstation VR Review

Rush of Blood sees you strapped into the world’s most horrifying rollercoaster on a twisted dive into madness. In between stomach lurching drops and atmospheric scares, you get to come to a stop and blast away at the worst our nightmare descent has to offer. The camp thrills of Supermassive Games’ interactive horror Until Dawn elevated it to a status that few expected; the deliciously dumb drama o...[Read More]

Playstation VR Review

PlayStation VR is a strong start for virtual reality on consoles, showing that it not only can be done, but it can be done well; the system is home to some of the best VR content I’ve played yet. Powered by the now three year old foundation of PS4, I’m blown away by the visuals that have been achieved through PSVR. I’m especially interested to see how things improve further with the launch of PS4 ...[Read More]

New VR Horror Game “Don’t Knock Twice” Revealed with Free Demo Out Today

Independent UK game studio, Wales Interactive, have announced their upcoming horror game Don’t Knock Twice will be coming to PlayStation VR, HTC Vice and Oculus Rift in Q1 2017 with a non-VR version also coming to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game is being developed alongside the upcoming horror film, Don’t Knock Twice, starring Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) and directed by Caradog ...[Read More]

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