It shouldn't be a surprise that a square peg does not fit a round hole as well as a round peg.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR is an impressive push for a deep virtual reality adventure.
After a disappointing debut last year, Fallout 4 VR gets better with every outing.
Nina finds out watching troublesome enemies die in slow motion is pretty fun in VR.
The videogames industry bemoans sequels, but the VR community revels in remakes.
Memories of E3 2016’s so-so tech demo are washed away by E3 2017’s hugely impressive new experience.
Bethesda brought Fallout 4 VR back to E3 a year after its announcement, and boy has it changed…
Who doesn’t want a first-person RPG in VR? No one. And Bethesda knows that.
Bethesda’s VR version of the massive RPG will be lacking the DLC of the other versions.
Another new format, another release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.