playstation vr

Transpose Review

As potentially confusing as the gameplay can sound like on paper, it’s easy to settle into a rhythm and really get into creating multiple copies of yourself running through different routines and movement patterns. Transpose is an attractive and creative PSVR puzzler that’s easily recommended.

Transpose Review

Smash Hit Plunder Review

What's better than breaking stuff? Breaking stuff without consequences! Smash Hit Plunder for PlayStation VR lets you break everything you can get your virtual hands on, and it definitely is as fun as it sounds. Roam around a castle alone or with friends, and smash everything you see in order to find all the coins you can.

Smash Hit Plunder Review

Killing Floor: Incursion Review

Although I haven't played Killing Floor games before, something tells me that the story isn't the most important thing going for them. That might explain the rather goofy setup of Killing Floor: Incursion, playing a soldier who was knocked unconscious during a battle with the undead and has woken up in a hospital lab.

Killing Floor: Incursion Review

Island Time Review

Island Time, a PSVR game developed by Flight School, is not the idyllic island getaway I had expected. Instead of swinging lazily in a hammock while beautiful island girls feed me fruit, this virtual island adventure is a constant struggle for survival. Trapped on a small island with no rescue in sight, it’s up to you to craft tools to make your own meals in this inventive, good-humored VR experience.

Island Time Review

Moss Review

Quill is a young mouse with an adventurous spirit. Born with an explorer’s heart, she traverses the nooks and crannies of the Kingdom, a land that was once home to her proud race until it was usurped by the evil Sarffog, a fire breathing serpent. While exploring a forest, Quill comes in contact with a mysterious crystal that forges a connection between her and the game’s second major character: you

Moss Review

Shooty Fruity Review

I love everything about Shooty Fruity, from its concept and art style to its gameplay and Move functionality. This is a game that gets more and more fun the longer you play it, because new levels introduce more complex job assignments and enemy types that require experimentation with the game’s selection of weapons.

Shooty Fruity Review

The Solus Project Review

The Solus Project kind of feels like No Man’s Sky without starships. The survival aspect is more robust and requires full attention to different health systems. The game could use a bit more polish in places but overall, The Solus Project is a pretty solid adventure that left me feeling surprised with how it hooks into at certain moments.

The Solus Project Review

Theseus Review

Adding to that, it fails to do anything meaningful with VR, using it only to create tension through a series of fixed camera angles whose transition are jarring and disorienting. It pains me to say that this is one game that should have been sacrificed to Hades.

Theseus Review

Tiny Trax Review

There are a lot of talented and patience content creators out there in video game land, and I bet they could produce some stellar race tracks using in-game assets. Tiny Trax is a celebration of slot car racing, and with its great track design and worthy adversaries, I didn’t realize how much fun I was having until I stopped.

Tiny Trax Review

Ancient Amuletor Review

Any goodwill to come out Ancient Amuletor (there is a lot!) is largely ruined by a shocking lack of content. I don't know what the developer’s post-launch plans are but unless they offer the game for nothing over $5, there’s no reason to play this (admittedly) great game until there’s enough content to justify your time.

Ancient Amuletor Review

Arizona Sunshine Review

Take away the novelty of VR and free aiming, and you’ll find there is nothing to differentiate Arizona Sunshine from any other run-of-the-mill first person shooter. Wait for a sale or, if the urge to play a VR shooter compels you, consider Farpoint instead.

Arizona Sunshine Review

Korix Review

That’s probably for the best though. I can’t fathom going against a human player--I’d be ripped to shreds! Korix is a great entry level RTS that uses the technology of the PlayStation VR in a spectacularly immersive fashio

Korix Review

Lethal VR Review

The dreariness of the game comes as a surprise given how lively its description is on the PlayStation Store. $15 isn’t much, though I feel it’s asking a lot for something so plain and uninviting. It’s low rent gun porn. At its best, Lethal VR is a tech demo and barely worth notice, even for hungry PlayStation VR owners looking for something to play. Best acquired during a PSN sale, if at all. 

Lethal VR Review

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

The memories I’ve had while playing this game are some of the best I’ve had this year, which is why I think for anyone jumping into the PlayStation VR, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a must purchase.

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Batman Arkham VR

I enjoyed the experience quite a bit but spent more time thinking about all the things I couldn’t do over the things I could when it was all over. It’s a well-crafted experience and one that I would recommend to anyone jumping into the Playstation VR at launch, but my hope is that years down the road we get a more fully realized Batman VR experience.

Batman Arkham VR