Tokyo Game Show VR 2021 Revealed For Oculus Quest And PC

The 2021 Tokyo Game Show (TGS) will be the first major consumer games event to feature a VR version. TGS announced its line-up today, confirming that the show will once again be taking place online in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. But a page on the event’s official website also details a VR version […]

Carrier Command 2 Gets VR Support, Launches Next Week

Carrier Command 2, a sequel to the classic 1988 videogame, is launching next week with full VR support. The original Carrier Command saw players command an aircraft carrier and manage vehicles from those headquarters. Developed by Geometa, Carrier Command 2 retains that core concept but brings the game into a full 3D world and includes […]

Cooking Simulator VR Arrives On PC This Week

Just over a year since we first wrote about it, Cooking Simulator VR is finally seasoning itself up for launch. The port of the original Cooking Simulator lands on SteamVR on July 29. No word on possible PSVR or Quest versions of the game yet. Check out the launch trailer below. I suspect I don’t […]

Brushwork VR Offers Free Browser-based WebXR Painting

A new app called Brushwork VR offers a way for users to simulate painting on a canvas in VR with any headset that supports immersive WebXR browser experiences. The experience can be launched from your headset at BrushworkVR.com and should work on any WebXR-support headset browser, including Quest 2 and many PC VR headsets. It’s […]

Tarzan VR Review: Lord Of The Fumble

Tarzan VR might be VR’s strangest game yet, but oddball hilarity doesn’t disguise incredibly shallow offerings. More in our Tarzan VR review. I’ve done a lot of strange things in my time covering VR. I’ve made out with aliens, saved Baby Shark and braved the nauseous dangers of Rollercoaster Dreams. But none of that even […]

Microsoft Flight Simulator VR Performance Improves Soon

An upcoming update to Microsoft Flight Simulator could have a big impact on how well the game performs in VR. Developer Asobo integrated VR support into the game late last year and the implementation was incredibly impressive. But adding VR support into an already demanding game really tested a lot of rigs, ours included. Microsoft […]

Cloudhead CEO Talks Funding VR's Next Big Games

Denny Unger, CEO of Pistol Whip developer Cloudhead Games, touched on the difficulties of funding large-scale VR games in a recent series of tweets. On Monday Unger, who helped found Cloudhead nearly a decade ago, noted that he’d seen a lot of people asking where the next ‘big’ VR game was. More specifically, people have […]

Amid Evil VR Is Coming Soon

Publisher New Blood Interactive is working on a VR version of its popular retro-style shooter, Amid Evil. A teaser clip from the game was shown during New Blood’s section at yesterday’s PC Gaming Showcase, and developer Andre Elijah has since shared a better look below. The clip shows a player flipping an axe in-game before […]

Everslaught Is A Fast-Paced VR Dungeon Crawler

Well this crept up on us. Everslaught is a promising fast-paced VR dungeon crawler coming to PC VR headsets this month. Developed by MobX, the game will launch on SteamVR first in Early Access. In Everslaught, players explore randomly generated dungeons with a knife in one hand and a mix of ranged weaponry and a […]

Far Cry VR Arcade Game Gets Trailer, Launches Worldwide

The previously-announced Far Cry VR arcade game is launching at locations today, and we’ve got our first look. Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity is a Zero Latency VR experience and launches at 33 of the company’s locations. The game is set ahead of the events of Far Cry 3 and features the same tropical […]