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Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality Physical Release Arrives On Shelves

Fans of the incredibly popular animated series from Adult Swim, Rick and Morty will now be able to get hold of a physical copy of the PlayStation VR version of critically acclaimed virtual reality (VR) spin-off, Rick and Morty: Virtual… Continue Reading →

In The Sights Of Bullet Hell: Archiact On Developing The Enemies Of VR FPS Evasion

VRFocus has been fortunate to get hands-on with frantic first-person shooter (FPS) Evasion on a couple of occasions now and early indications are very positive. Our most resent playtest with the title was at this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC)… Continue Reading →

Here’s How Developing For Oculus Go Differs From Gear VR

Oculus Go, the company’s first standalone VR headset, is very, very similar to Gear VR. In fact, the kit’s innards are essentially a Galaxy S7 smartphone without Android bolted on, allowing you to access much of the content already released… Continue Reading →

Fast Travel Games Announce Physical Release For Apex Construct

For hardcore videogame collectors there is little more satisfying than seeing a physical copy of a favourite title on your shelf. This is often a pleasure that virtual reality (VR) fans must forgo, as VR relies mostly on digital distribution…. Continue Reading →

Pimax Announce New Design for Controllers

Pimax attracted a great deal of attention with its Kickstarter campaign that aimed to fund the creation of an 8K virtual reality (VR) headset. The crowdfunding campaign went well over its initial funding goal, and customers are keen to get… Continue Reading →

Descent Spiritual Successor Overload Getting VR-Enabled Full Release Soon

Six degrees of freedom (6DOF) shooters seem to work pretty well in VR, provided you have the stomach for them. If you’re a fan of the genre, then there’s a big release next month you should definitely be marking on… Continue Reading →

XXII Group Showcase New Mixed Reality Experience Verne

XXII Group have showcased a new mixed reality (MR) simulation experience at Laval Virtual, which brought participants into virtual reality (VR) to repair a submarine engine with physical interaction and controls. Dubbed Verne, the experience would put two users into… Continue Reading →

WipEout VR And Other PSVR Exclusives Get Permanent Price Drop

After Sony slashed the price of the PSVR by a whole $100, they’ve now gone ahead and permanently dropped the price of some of the platform’s very best games, including WipEout Omege Collection, Driveclub VR, PSVR Worlds, and several others…. Continue Reading →

Paw Print Games Talks Robots, Borders and Contraband

Paw Print Games came to the attention of virtual reality (VR) fans with its title Bloody Zombies, a 2D beat-em-up featuring a stylish comic book look and gameplay from the classic side-scrolling era of titles such as Streets of Rage…. Continue Reading →

Oculus Launch Pad Opens 2018 Applications For Diverse VR Projects

Oculus is once again on the hunt for VR projects created by a diverse set of developers and filmmakers. The VR specialist this week launched applications for the 2018 iteration of its Launch Pad initiative. Now in its third year,… Continue Reading →

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