Overall, the expansion is good. The graphics still hold up, combat is fun, and the new zones are interesting to explore. The developers did a great job with the story, and while the ending was a bit of a letdown it leaves enough open story threads for hopefully something interesting in a future patch. Everquest 2 Visions of Vetrovia kept me engaged and rekindled my interest in EQ 2 to the point where I have started a new Monk and am already level 50.
ForeVR Games Inc. released their second game ForeVR Darts, recreating another activity that I grew up playing. Shortly before the holidays, I had the chance to play a few matches with Co-Founder/CEO Marcus Segal and chat about the game. Was the team successful with darts like they were with bowling? Check out our interview and review.
While you don't have an actual bowling ball in your hand, and there are still few things missing compared to the live experience. ForeVR Bowl does an excellent job of making bowling in VR fun. For $19.99 USD it is hard to pass up, and the game is even more fun to play with friends. I can't wait to see the next round of improvements.
The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos – Ruins of Limis is the first DLC for the turn-based dungeon crawler released by developed Artefacts Studio and publisher Dear Villagers. The party of questionable adventures continues their adventure in a new area filled with the undead. Unfortunately, the short outing doesn't live up to the fun of the base campaign. Check out what works and what didn't in our review.
Swarm is an arcade-style shooter by Greensky Games with face-paced action and a quirky storyline. Between the colorful enemies, bright environments, and high-energy music, it is a blast to play. Does it have enough replay value to keep the fun going long-term? Check it out in our review.