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Project CARS Delayed into 2015

Given that neither the Oculus Rift nor Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) head-mounted displays (HMD) have been released to consumers, VR fans don't have much to look forward to this Christmas season. Many were looking to Slightly Mad…

Make it a (Virtual) Reality: Real-Time Strategy

Usually with VRFocus’ ‘Make it a (Virtual) Reality’ series a specific videogame or movie franchise is picked for a virtual reality (VR) conversion. But thinking about the real-time strategy (RTS) genre, it quickly becomes apparently that…

New Version of Project Morpheus Spotted in Sony Talk

Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) has remained tight-lipped on its Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD) for PlayStation 4 for much of 2014. The device was revealed at the 2014 Game Developers Conference in March…

Nevermind Dev Talks Biofeedback-Based Horror, VR Support

Second chances don’t come often in the videogame industry as any developer will tell you. But when they do come along they are to be savored and made the most of. Indie developer Flying Mollusk is doing just that with its second Kickstarter…

VR Talk Scheduled for GameCity

Virtual reality (VR) fans will find plenty to enjoy at the upcoming GameCity festival in Nottingham, UK at the end of this month. As VRFocus has reported, a handful of VR compatible videogames will be on display at the week-long event,…

VR vs. Konami

Konami is perhaps one of the most interesting publishers to follow in the videogame industry right now. The company clearly has the resources to develop big budget, headline-grabbing console titles; take a minute to look at the upcoming…

EVE: Valkyrie Comic Book Gets Release Date

In May 2014 CCP Games hosted its annual EVE Fanfest event in Reykjavik, Iceland. The event proved to be a big one for upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible space combat title, EVE: Valkyrie. On top of revealing that the experience was…

Get Even Gets New Screenshot

Earlier this week VRFocus reported that upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible videogame Get Even would be featuring real-world 3D scans for its environments using graphics middleware company Graphine's Granite software development kit…