Learn To Dance With New VR Title Salsa-Virtual

Developer Dance-Virtual have revealed their new virtual reality (VR) title that is designed to help users learn how to dance by teaching them Salsa step-by-step. Called Salsa-Virtual, the title is designed to help users learn how to dance by teaching… Continue Reading →

Framestore And Noitom Partner To Create The Hyper Reality Test Drive Experience For Volkswagen

The Oscar-winning creative studio Framestore revealed earlier this week that it had partnered with the technology and motion capture specialists Noitom to work for Volkswagen Group China Import on developing the world’s first live virtual reality (VR) test drive experience…. Continue Reading →

Post-Oculus Connect 5 Q&A Livestream: Quest Details And Impressions

Oculus Connect 5 is now officially in the books! The past few days in San Jose, CA have been full of excitement and news for the VR industry from all of the upcoming Rift games like Stormland and Defector to… 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 →

Overwatch-Inspired VR Hero Shooter Conjure Strike Hits Steam With Free Weekend

Conjure Strike just released in Early Access on Steam with support for Rift and Vive and will feature cross-play with users on Oculus Home. For the launch, it’s free for everyone to download and play on both platforms over the… Continue Reading →

Final Assault Hands-On: Become A Conductor Of War In This VR RTS Meets MOBA

There really haven’t been a whole lot of good VR strategy games. It’s a bit surprising because when they’re done well (Brass Tactics, AirMech Command) they seem to fit the platform like a glove. Pointing to where you want units… 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 →

Echo Combat Hands-On: New Game Mode And New Map Adds Variety

Echo Combat is the next iteration of the excellent Echo franchise from Ready at Dawn, but instead of being about zero-gravity ultimate frisbee in VR like Echo Arena, Echo Combat is all about shooting. In past demos we’ve seen 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 →

OC5: 5 Big Takeaways About Oculus Go From John Carmack’s Keynote

Oculus CTO John Carmack finished his day two keynote mid-sentence at Oculus Connect after talking continuously for an hour and a half. It takes time to digest a Carmack keynote but you can now rewatch at your leisure below. If… Continue Reading →

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