A nostalgic trip that reminds of the joys and frustration of 80s gaming.
The variety starts in the character list, but ends before the gameplay.
The sci-fi horror cleverly uses rogue-like elements to ratchet up the tension and offer a well-crafted experience.
An interesting take on the tower defense genre that ultimately doesn't quite meet expectations.
For an on-rails shooter it’s not bad, not bad at all.
Playing a very elaborate game of Jenga to escape the office is more fun that you might expect.
Multiverse does a lot right, then a lot wrong.
Proof that VR and Education go hand-in-hand.
Like trying to tap your head and rub your belly, this is pure multitasking gameplay.
This single-player iteration of a VR arcade multiplayer is not flying so high.