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Preview: Radial-G: Infinity X on Gear VR

After the success of Radial-G as a launch via Steam Early Access, few could blame Tammeka Games for wanting to expand the IP into a franchise. Radial-G: Infinity, a somewhat muted release on Google Cardboard, did little to aid this effort,…

Preview: Land’s End on Gear VR

The videogame development team at Ustwo Games is one small part of a much larger studio. Enter its London offices and you’ll quickly work that out as you’re greeted with an open space much larger than you’d assume the developers of Monument…

Preview: Hitman: GO on Gear VR

It’s probably going to be a while until we see the real Agent 47 in virtual reality (VR). Videogame’s favourite assassin recently made a second outing on the big screen and is soon set to return to consoles and PC with the Hitman reboot,…

Preview: Arcophobia on Gear VR

There’s going to be a lot of attempts to tackle a lot of phobias in virtual reality (VR) over the next few years. It's an obvious application for the technology; to get people to face their fears by forcing them to experience them in a…

Preview: Bandit Six: Salvo on Gear VR

Gear VR might not have the largest library of virtual reality (VR) software, but it certainly has some dedicated developers. Despite what’s likely a low install base for the Innovator’s Edition of the device, the kit already has some teams…

Preview: Solitaire Jester for Gear VR

Solitaire in virtual reality (VR). You might not think there's much more to say about this debut effort from Stockholm-based developer, Resolution Games, named Solitaire Jester. After all, some VR experiences really are as simple as ridding…

Preview: SMS Racing

There are a lot of things to appreciate about SMS Racing, indie developer Turbo Button's upcoming mix of virtual reality (VR) racing and, of all things, texting. That core mechanic, for example, is a simple showcase of how VR can be used to…

Preview: Starport

Virtual reality (VR) should be connecting people. It should be allowing best friends, separated by oceans, to stand face-to-face, shake hands, and enjoy each other’s company without barriers. Sadly, right now, there are plenty of those…

Preview: Crystal Rift’s Level Editor

Launch line-ups can be tricky. On one hand, companies can choose to hit the ground running with a wide range of titles supporting new hardware from the first day, but risk then struggling with drought in the following weeks and months. The…