Jamie Feltham

Carmack: Oculus Debated PC VR Mode For Quest

Could Oculus Quest, Facebook’s newest standalone VR headset, ever be used to run PC VR experiences? It’s not likely, but the company did discuss it. Oculus boldly proclaimed that Quest could deliver ‘Rift quality experiences’ at its reveal at Oculus… Continue Reading →

Hellblade VR Developer Ninja Theory Is Working On Star Wars: Vader Immortal

Here’s an interesting detail we missed when Star Wars: Vader Immortal was announced for Oculus Quest last week; Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice developer Ninja Theory is working on the series. A mention of the UK-based studio is dropped right at the… Continue Reading →

Astro Bot Rescue Mission Review: A PSVR Platforming Triumph

God it’s nice to play something that reminds you that VR is, in fact, really fricking cool, isn’t it? Forget empathy machines, social futures and advanced AI for a minute; these are not Astro Bot Rescue Mission’s concerns.  Like a… Continue Reading →

The Biggest Rift, Vive and Windows VR Releases Of The Week 09/23/18

Oculus Connect might have stolen the headlines this week but there’s still a pretty healthy selection of new releases for PC VR headsets. Creed: Rise to Glory, from Survios Price: $29.99 (Rift, Vive) The latest game from Sprint Vector developer… Continue Reading →

The Biggest PSVR Releases Of The Week 09/23/18

No one should be buying any VR games this week because you should all be spending that money on Valkyria Chronicles 4, just saying. Anyway, if you’re still insisting that money be spent on PSVR then there’s plenty of places… Continue Reading →

Smash Hit Plunder’s Delightful Chaos Is Even Better With A Friend

I’m pleased to report that, over the past four or so years, Smash Hit Plunder hasn’t really changed. Though it’s been away for some time, moving from Gear VR to PSVR as developer Triangular Pixels itself relocated from the UK… Continue Reading →

Why One Of Sony’s Biggest PSVR Advocates Risked It All On Going Indie

Dave Ranyard used to head up one of Sony’s longest-running PlayStation developers, working on its most experimental tech, located in the heart of London. Over the course of the past decade, he’s worked on games that spearheaded PlayStation peripherals from… Continue Reading →

Watch Valve’s Knuckles EV3 Controllers Get Unboxed

The next iteration of Valve’s Knuckles VR controllers are now arriving on developer’s doorsteps, and Climbey developer Brian Lindenhof is providing his typically dependable first look at them. Lindenhof, who also gave us a glimpse of earlier Knuckles controllers being… Continue Reading →

Predator-Esque VR Shooter Primordian Gets Four New Levels, Much More Coming

Well the most recent Predator film might have been a bit of a disappointment but the good news is you can forget all about it with a healthy dose of new Primordian content. Developer Stonepunk Studios this month launched the… Continue Reading →

Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR Comes To PSVR Next Week

PSVR gets another shot at replacing your table tennis table next week. 10Ants Hill’s Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR is set to launch on Sony’s headset on October 2nd. The game has been available on other platforms, including Oculus and… Continue Reading →

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