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Preview: Neuro

Kite & Lightning's latest virtual reality (VR) endeavour was revealed as part of AMD's press conference last week, and VRFocus has been hands-on with the experience known as Neuro. The second project the Los Angeles, California, studio…

Preview: Edge of Nowhere on Oculus Rift CV1

Insomniac Games are one of the most high profile developers currently working on the consumer version of the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD), and yet their title, Edge of Nowhere, is perhaps the most traditional videogame experience…

Preview: VR Sports Challenge

It had to happen, of course. Just as Wii Sports made the sports mini-game a viable system seller every format since has offered it's own package in the early days of it's motion-control hardware launch. For the consumer version of the…

Preview: Chronos

Gunfire Games' Chronos was a surprise reveal at Oculus VR's 'Step into the Rift' event, San Francisco, last week, especially as the studio's first title, Herobound: Spirit Champions, has only just launched on Gear VR. However fresh they may…

Preview: The Assembly

Originally revealed last year, nDreams' The Assembly has undergone significant changes since its debut. Heading into this month's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Los Angeles, the virtual reality (VR) experience has a new build to show,…

Preview: Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Having been doing the rounds at public events for quite some time now, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes has built a respectable following. It's an interesting design idea in anyone's book, but the fact that it's concerned with virtual…

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…

Preview: Sublevel Zero

Right now there’s no better place for virtual reality (VR) experiences than the cockpit. As the likes of EVE: Valkyrie, Darkfield and more prove, it’s far easier for developers to maintain immersion when piloting an aircraft, as it cuts…

Preview: DEEP

If space is the go to place for virtual reality (VR) developers, then the ocean follows closely behind it. Few things can prove as immersive as diving into the unknown and studios are exploring that at both ends of the spectrum, from the…

Preview: Eclipse

White Elk Studios' Eclipse (working title) is somewhat of an anomaly for the current virtual reality (VR) market. As pure an indie project as indie can be, Eclipse exhibits high-quality production values in every moment of its very short…