Pinball FX2 VR Review (PSVR)

Pinball is something that isn’t always readily available to everyone, but when it is, it can become quite costly. All of my experiences with pinball have come through the pinball games available on games consoles; for example Zen Pinball. Have Zen Studios now brought people closer to the real life thing with the adoption of virtual reality?

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Crystal Rift Review (PSVR)

Crystal Rift is a dungeon crawler game, brought to you by the team behind Windlands. Dungeon crawler games were very popular back in the 80’s and 90’s, but over the years have slowly died down in popularity. So, does Crystal Rift open the door for the genre to return?

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Time Machine VR Review (PSVR)

Ever wanted to travel back in time and walk with dinosaurs, like most children wanted to; Time Machine VR tried to offer this – but unfortunately it’s just not one you’d hoped for or expect the experience would be like – and it really only just manages to qualify as a game. With what developers can offer with VR now, the thing that springs to mind when people say going back to the dinosaur age is that I would be in vast environments with huge dinosaurs walking the earth. However, Time Machine VR always places you underwater with mammals of all sizes.

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Sports Bar VR Review (PSVR)

Sports Bar VR originally started out as Pool Nation VR on the HTC Vive earlier in the year, but is now available under the new name on Playstation VR. Sports Bar VR is one of the few games that require you to use the Playstation Move controllers.

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Robinson: The Journey Review (PSVR)

Crytek’s first Playstation VR game Robinson: The Journey takes you to a planet called Tyson III; when the Esmeralda crashes a boy called Robin survives in an escape pod, and creates a home on Tyson III waiting for a rescue.

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