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First Gameplay Footage Released of Arizona Sunshine on Oculus Quest

Oculus Quest has had some big titles arrive over the past few weeks with the likes of Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series, A Fisherman’s Tale and Espire 1: VR Operative. Next up is Arizona Sunshine by Vertigo Games and Jaywalkers Interactive which is due to arrive at the end of this week. The pair have now released the first gameplay footage highlighting what […]

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Bolverk Games Launch Glyph as Free-to-Play VR Platformer

It’s never easy making money in virtual reality (VR). Pricing a title just right is a tricky business, aim too high and no one will be interested – unless it’s a big IP – while aiming low can then be difficult to recoup that investment. For the most part, VR videogames cost money because nothing in life is free; unless […]

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Shenmue III Review – Pained Nostalgia

After a successful Kickstarter campaign backed by almost 70,000 fans who longed to see Ryo Hazuki’s journey continue, developers Ys Net and Neilo created a new Shenmue game – one that would feel right at home on the Dreamcast. Shenmue III provides a deep well of nostalgia for fans returning to the series, but also feels dated and desperately needs […]

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The VR Game Launch Roundup: Reaching new Heights in VR

VRFocus rounds up all titles being released across virtual reality (VR) headsets over the course of next week. In a good week for Oculus Quest users, next week will see a total of 3 VR titles from 2016 reworked for the standalone headset. Make sure to check out our accompanying video to get a preview of each title’s individual gameplay. […]

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Shenmue III Review – Pained Nostalgia

After a successful Kickstarter campaign backed by almost 70,000 fans who longed to see Ryo Hazuki’s journey continue, developers Ys Net and Neilo created a new Shenmue game – one that would feel right at home on the Dreamcast. Shenmue III provides a deep well of nostalgia for fans returning to the series, but also feels dated and desperately needs […]

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Stormland Dev Insomniac Games Release Strangelets for Magic Leap One

Insomniac Games will soon no longer be an independent studio thanks to its acquisition by Sony Worldwide Studios. Before that happens the developer released Oculus Rift exclusive Stormland earlier this month. And today the studio has announced another, this time for Magic Leap with Strangelets.  The title is in fact a sequel to 2018’s Seedling, with Insomniac Games taking the lessons learnt from that first […]

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Tonies Toniebox Review: Child-friendly fun at a high price

These German-invented clever bits of tech are aimed at children and built for use by young kids, while still being controlled overall by their parents. The premise is simple – a robust, appealing soft-padded speaker that combines with stick-on characters to tell audio stories at bedtime. It’s ideal for hardworking parents who are still at work when their kids are […]

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The VR Job Hub: Anshar Studios, Gearbox Software & Improbable

Do you work up to 80 soul-crushing hours a week? Wonder what your wife/husband, kids, friends, family, even the dog looks like? Well, it doesn’t have to be like that, jobs can be enjoyable and fun when you find the right one. That’s why every Sunday VRFocus publishes its weekly VR Job Hub to help you on that journey. Location Company Role […]

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CrossfireX Preview – Making A Push For Global Domination

CrossFire first took Korea by storm in 2007, becoming one of the most-played and top-grossing video games ever. The game hit the U.S. years later, but it never found the same traction as it did in Eastern markets. Now, CrossfireX is set to kick off the series’ newfound push for global popularity with a new engine, fan-favorite maps, and an […]

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