(VRfun18) GRID Legends Assessment– A Quest Slot Along With Heavy Trade-offs

network Legends just recently made the surprise surge to Meta Pursuit 2, denoting Codemasters’ initial game for Meta’s standalone system. Among Journey’s initial sim racers, this VR slot stays enjoyable but features significant compromises. Read on for our total network Legends Quest 2 assessment. Network Legends on Quest thinks that a wasted option. Initially discharged…

(VRfun18) Primordial Quest Review– A Bloody Excitement

Along with a prize space to display productive gets rid of, there is actually a shooting selection to evaluate out weapons and adjustable loadouts for your seeker. In between various shields, crossbows and also arrows, there is actually a great variety of unlockable alternatives, and also as somebody that enjoys weapon, eruptive arrowheads were a…

(VRfun18) Oculus Rift S review: It’s not wire-free but it’s still

The Oculus Rift S is intended as a replacement of the original Oculus Rift and is the pinnacle of the Oculus VR line up. While the Oculus Quest fills the middle ground between the content-focused Oculus Go and the more capable Rift, this new S headset goes a few steps further. An improved spec and…

(VRfun18) HP Reverb G2 VR headset review: Resolution revelation

The upgraded HP Reverb G2 is an interesting VR headset that was built with support from Microsoft and Valve. As such, it’s designed to work with not only VR games and experiences through SteamVR, but also supports Windows Mixed Reality as well. The HP Reverb G2 is built to be a winner in various different…

(VRfun18) HTC Vive Pro 2 review: The ultimate virtual reality experience

When the HTC Vive Pro 2 arrived you could easily be forgiven for thinking it was virtually the same VR headset that the company released back in 2018. That’s because outwardly it hadn’t changed much from the original, aside from some colour changes on the front faceplate. However, under the hood things have been beefed…

(VRfun18) Meta Quest 2 review: VR superstar

The Meta Quest 2 (previously Oculus Quest 2) is an interesting update to the tether-free, wireless virtual reality (VR) headset from Meta. The original was one of our favourite VR headsets as it was a fantastic leap forward from smartphone VR headsets and a great middle-ground between those and much more expensive headsets like the…

The Best VR Reviews

The Best VR Reviews

Virtual reality (VR) technology has advanced significantly in recent years, and there are now many high-quality VR products and experiences available. With so many options to choose from, it can be difficult to determine which VR products and experiences are worth investing in. That’s where VR reviews come in. The past year has seen a …

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(VRfun18) The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners– Chapter 2 Assessment:

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners– Section 2: Retaliation released at the start of December on Journey 2, yet the release is complicated, with some interesting growths tainted by bogus efficiency and bugs. Continue reading for our complete Saints & Sinners– Section 2 testimonial for Quest 2. Creating a sequel is actually complicated company. What…

(VRfun18) Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate – Episode 2 Hands-On: A Satisfying Middle

Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate – Episode 2 offers a satisfying continuation of MyDearest’s episodic trilogy. Building upon Episode 1’s intriguing narrative, Dyschronia is gearing up for a big finale, though it sometimes falters with pacing. Read on for our full impressions. Before going further, I’d recommend reading my Episode 1 review if you haven’t already, where…

(VRfun18) Compound Assessment– Doom Without Grief

A passion character to Wolfenstein 3D and also Ruin, Compound seems like walking right in to a ’90s shooting, colorful pixel fine art and all. Adhering to a complete PC VR launch in July, this retro-style roguelite now comes in on Journey 2, offering a new take on VR shootings that accommodates its personal. Keep…

(VRfun18) Broken Side Assessment– Obey The Saber, Perish Through

Broken Edge is predominantly an on the web multiplayer game, but does supply low options for offline solo play. In terms of style, encountering internet enemies requires hammering your opponent throughout 3 spheres. You can easily make rooms and also welcome a buddy, or you may delve into one ranked on the web method with…

(VRfun18) What The Bat? Testimonial: A Home Run

Extremely couple of video games have ever before made me smile the method What The Bat? did. The 2nd video game in the What the _? series of sports-inspired video games from Danish developer Triband, What The Bat? provides an experience dripping in appeal as well as creative thinking that’s only kept back by a…

(VRfun18) Espire 2 Review: A Solid New Stealth Entry On Quest

Setting Up The Stealth Much like the first game, there’s a short single player campaign that lasts about five or six hours split across seven missions, all of which are replayable once completed. However, Espire 2 also offers a co-op multiplayer mode, using re-purposed maps from Espire 1 to present a mini-campaign with four missions…