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Review: Twisted Realms

VRFocus delivers a review of Aldin Dynamics' Twisted Realms, now available for purchase on the recently launched Gear VR virtual reality headset from Oculus and Samsung.

Review: Dead Secret

VRFocus delivers a review of Robot Invaders' debut virtual reality videogame, Dead Secret, available now exclusively for the newly launched Gear VR platform.

Review: Kerser

VRFocus delivers a review of Gear VR launch title Kerser, available to download via the Oculus Home app on the newly released device now.

Review: Anshar Wars

VRFocus delivers a review of Gear VR launch title Anshar Wars, developed exclusively for the new format by OZWE.

Review: InCell VR

Releases of finalised products aimed at the virtual reality (VR) audiences remain few-and-far between. Tech demos, alphas and betas are still the majority of what the community are treated to, and will be for some months yet. So when a…

Review: Project CARS

AAA virtual reality (VR). That's something the community has dreamed about since the day the initial Kickstarter for Palmer Luckey's Oculus Rift launched. Nearly three years later with no consumer hardware available that's still a dream,…

Review: Toybox Turbos

Codemasters have broken new ground. A full title released for a piece of hardware not yet publicly available, and polished in it's support despite the limited audience. Technical demos are commonplace for virtual reality (VR) at present, as…

Review: QBEH-1: The Atlas Cube

If QBEH-1: The Atlas Cube gets one thing right, it's the implementation of its Oculus Rift support. Launch the videogame via Steam and a pop-up with two options appears immediately: 'Play QBEH-1: The Atlas Cube' or 'Launch Oculus Rift…

Review: Infinity Runner

Wales Interactive's Infinity Runner joins the small collective of videogames that offer support for the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD) long before a consumer version of the device is available. Jumping on the VR…

Review: Crashed Lander

Available to purchase now, Crashed Lander is the definition of an 'indie' title. Not necessarily in respect to the way in which it was developed - though this too is a observer of the trends of that same label - but in the fact that it's a…