The sense of accomplishment is real when it happens, but it’s impossible to ignore the feeling that victory wasn’t entirely due to gaming prowess.
Read full review
Island Time VR is a lot of fun for those precious few minutes you find yourself in its world.
This is just a charming game. The art style is like a watercolor painting come to life
Blasters of the Universe is easily the most physical VR game I've ever played.
While the environmental storytelling is solid, the writing and voice acting lack polish.
“Truly, the developers took inspiration from the finest, and somehow didn't just deliver a carbon copy of the originals, but something that transcends them in many ways.
Given how great the rest of the game is, I'd have been willing to overlook some aesthetic deficiencies, but it beat my expectations on every level.
But there's far too much wrong here for me to recommend The Deer God.
Mirrim's puzzles stumped me, left me scratching my head, and then made me feel like an idiot when I figured them out.
“The story is a means to an end, an excuse to move from one demon-slaying arena to the next.