While it could use some tweaks, 'TOSS!' puts you in a fun world where the primal joy of swinging from tree to tree meets the futuristic thrill of VR gaming.
Read full review
With a heavy focus on pattern recognition and attention to detail, "Chants of Sennaar" is a puzzle game that will keep you entertained for hours.
'Boti: Byteland Overclocked' is both refreshing and nostalgically familiar, offering a byte-tastic journey, albeit with a few glitches in its programming.
'NBA 2K24' brings a lot to the table this year. However, despite its advancements, it fails to move fully beyond the issues that have dogged it for years.
With its satisfying gunplay, ever-increasing challenges, and vibrant community, 'Warstride Challenges' earns its spot within the realm of speedrun classics.
"ABRISS" successfully offers physics-based destruction, fusing brutalist architectural inspirations with the visceral satisfaction of blowing everything up.
"Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle" wears its influences on its sleeve, but never quite rises to meet them.
FromSoftware reaches new heights as 'Armored Core' returns with a challenging (and rewarding) sci-fi action experience.
Drawing inspiration from "Jet Set Radio," "Bomb Rush Cyberfunk" not only revives old-school 90s metropolis vibes but masterfully brings them to the modern era.
"Madden 24" is an enjoyable, polished ride that will please newcomers and veterans alike, but it doesn't necessarily deliver a transformative experience.
"The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" isn't a perfect title, but it still effectively presents a game of cat-and-mouse that can be as terrifying as it is exhilarating.
"Marble It Up! Ultra's" single-player campaign and multiplayer modes provide plenty reason to get friends and family together for some marble-based fun.
"Atlas Fallen" reaches for the stars and manages to stand on its own in a crowded genre with its ambitious story scenes and gripping combat.
"Disney Illusion Island" serves up a whimsical and family-friendly adventure packed with charm, excitement, and a surprising amount of nostalgia.
"ANVIL" offers a mix of shooter mechanics, strategic gameplay, and cooperative multiplayer. However, the game still needs some fine-tuning here and there.
"Koa and the Five Pirates of Mara" proudly carries the torch lit by its predecessors, while offering a fresh, simplistic spin on the platforming formula.
"REMEDIUM: Sentinels" is a delightful and addictive autoshooter, striking the perfect balance between simplicity and strategy.
"Atelier Marie Remake: The Alchemist of Salburg" is a success that stays true to the 1997 classic and stands on its own in the modern gaming landscape.
"Touhou: New World" successfully weaves together elements of old-school bullet hell and RPG mechanics, creating a unique and fun Touhou Project experience.
When it comes to inclusive and easy-to-pick-up VR party games, "Battle Bows" delivers a silly and engaging experience that is a must-play for casual VR players.