The Turing Test Review

It probably isn’t fair (and it may not even be accurate) to call every first person puzzle game “Portal-like,” but given the popularity of Valve’s puzzle series, which like all of its others is stalled at 2, I wouldn’t call the comparison a stigma that developers should avoid. Indeed, being

Pixel Gear Review Playstation VR

Pixel Gear from developers Geronimo Interactive makes its way to the Playstation VR as a shooting gallery type game against the undead, bats , hulking beasts with mini-guns, oh and the odd ghost as well. You simply point and shoot whilst trying to get the highest score possible across its

Ace Banana Review Playstation VR (Video)

Today we’re taking a look at Oasis Games’ Ace Banana on the Playstation VR which comes in as a launch game and has you standing or sitting with the Move controllers shooting up incoming monkeys who are out to steal your bananas. It’s a very simple premise but has some

Harmonix Music VR Review

Harmonix Music VR is not a game it has to be stated so there’s no confusion. It’s a piece of VR software for music lovers or those who just want to chill out inside the ambience of the new Playstation VR without the expectation to do anything in particular. Basically

Battlezone Review Playstation VR

Rebellion released their remixed version of the arcade classic for modern audiences with a touch of VR for those who want to really dive in to tank based combat. How well does the game fare though considering this is full priced game in untested waters. Take a look at our

XCOM 2 Review

To this day, XCOM: Enemy Unknown provides a very interesting lesson in marketing and recognizing market demands…for publishers willing to pay attention. Ever since shooters became the safe, go-to-genre of game to publish, many a franchise has been rebooted (often times in a gritty, realistic way) as a first or