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VR vs. Multiplayer

2013 marked the end of a long cycle of videogame consoles. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 were both available for over 7 years before being succeeded by the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One respectively. Looking back, it’s easy to see where this…

Mod of the Week: Blades of Time

A videogame release that was harshly critiqued upon release, Blades of Time may well have slipped by unnoticed by many. The sequel to the generously mediocre X-Blades, Blades of Time was a superior experience in near-every aspect. And now,…

Losing My VRginity to: DK1

There are many of us who have been involved with virtual reality (VR) in one way or another long before the Oculus Rift was a part of the community's social spectrum. This 1980's is generally considered to boom period for the technology:…

Make it a (Virtual) Reality: The Last Of Us

It’s the humans you’ve got to look out for. Yes, the Clickers are terrifying, and you certainly won’t forget that last encounter as one desperately scrambled to dig its teeth into your cheek, giving you a front row seat to its twisted,…

VR vs. Films & TV

It’s no secret that virtual reality (VR) is starting to cause a ripple in the film industry. Yes, the Oculus Rift is first and foremost a gaming headset and we’ve already seen plenty of examples of how it can enhance the medium, but the…

Mod of the Week: BioShock 2

This week we see yet another title coming to the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset courtesy of Tridef 3D, a stereoscopic 3D injection driver that currently offers beta compatibility with the head-mounted display. Despite the Oculus…

Losing My VRginity: At The Verge

This week saw the launch of a brand new high-profile virtual reality (VR) meet-up in California, as VRLA saw it's inaugural gathering. Hosted at Digital Domain, Los   Angeles, VRLA was a resounding success, and today one of the event's…

Make it a (Virtual) Reality: Shadow of the Colossus

“Now how do I climb that?” is what you ask yourself as you stand at the feet of a hulking stone golem. Getting up to this ancient arena by scrambling over sheer drops and navigating crumbling ruins was challenge enough, but now you’ll have…

VR vs. Kickstarter

Kickstarter can be a brilliant thing. As an innovative website that lets people pitch product ideas and have fans pledge donations of their choosing, it makes all kinds of unique videogames, peripherals and just about everything else…

Mod of the Week: The Elder Scrolls Online

Following it's official launch late last week The Elder Scrolls Online has been grabbing headlines across the videogames media, including here at VRFocus. However, as is the case with virtual reality (VR) technology itself, we'll be…