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Layers of Fear VR wants you to step into a spooky mansion

Horror and virtual reality tend to go hand in hand, and while I've sleepwalked through some supposedly scary VR games that didn't end up being all that impactful even with an added sense of immersion, generally speaking, the genre suits the...

 
 
 
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Contest: Both mice and men can enjoy a free copy of Moss

Enter our contest and pick up a copy of breakout VR title Moss for Steam or Oculus Quest! Being a silly human, I can't say I've ever experienced what it's like to be a cute little four-legged creature. Imagine scurrying around the forest so...

 
 
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Contest: Win a Steam VR game bundle from Secret Location

Enter our contest to win a Secret Location VR game bundle for Steam! Today we've got three games up for grabs instead of our usual one! Well, two games and a cinematic VR experience, but still. Three is definitely better than one. Developer...

 
 
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Kitten'd is a VR cat-astrophe prevention simulator

Cats are assholes. Everyone knows this. Why we keep them around I'll never know. My roommate has a cat, and his favorite thing to do is sneak into my room when I'm asleep and lie horizontally across my face. He'll jump up onto the coffee ta...

 
 
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Review: Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted

Leave it to virtual reality to get me swept up in the Five Nights at Freddy's craze. While Help Wanted will resonate best with players who are already familiar with Scott Cawthon's wacky world of killer animatronics, it's still perfectly pa...

 
 
 
 
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Better start warming up: Beat Saber DLC releases March 14

If you're dying for more songs to play in Beat Saber (especially all you PlayStation VR owners), the wait won't be much longer. DLC is on the way with a mysterious Music Pack arriving on March 14, 2019. Beat Games shared a glimpse of Beat S...

 
 
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Vacation Simulator looks like another must-play for VR owners

My only real hangup with Job Simulator is that it had to end. It's a silly game about day-to-day tasks like office work and cooking, but through the lens of robots who don't know the finer details of humanity's distant past. When everything...

 
 
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Harmonix has a potential hit on its hands with Audica

Rock Band creator Harmonix is cooking up a new rhythm game for virtual reality players called Audica and it's brimming with potential. Using a pair of blasters, you'll shoot, smash, and paint color-coded targets to the beat of the music. I ...

 
 
 
 
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Angry Birds is getting a VR adaption early next year

There have been 22 Angry Birds games since 2009, which is a fact that Wikipedia just told me. That's a lot of mileage out of hucking birds at pigs, swine-icide and demolition by avian assault. For its next game, players will have a muc...

 
 
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Contest: Win a Steam key for VR game Evasion

In this contest, the prize is virtually free. Win a Steam key for VR game Evasion. I gotta admit, I wasn't entirely sold on the whole VR thing until I got a rig, myself. It definitely takes a bit of getting used to, but man the different ki...

 
 
 
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Slime Rancher is getting a free VR mode

Folks have been clamoring for Slime Rancher in virtual reality, and I definitely see the appeal. The aesthetic is simple enough that it wouldn't lose much in the transfer, the gameplay is a natural fit in terms of pacing, and the slimes wou...

 
 
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Review: Operation Warcade VR

I feel like virtual reality games get kind of a bad rap for being "simplistic" or "shallow." They're not always that way. When done right a VR game can take an ordinary experience and transform it into an immersive adventure, heightening it...

 
 
 
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Review: Hopalong: The Badlands

Virtual reality is one of those things that you kind of accept is going to be a slightly handcuffed experience. The nature of the beast dictates that what you gain in immersion and wow-factor you lose in control and full autonomy over movem...

 
 
 
 
 
 




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Electric Reaper

I tried Pizza Huts Stuffed Garlic Knots Yes, they do look this weird in real The pizza was the usual Pizza Hut quality, but for the price, Id rather just have a regular stuffed crust

 
Haklen57

Heres hoping Square Enix announces something related to Nier on the Game

 
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I know its a popular game to pick on but I LOVE Dragon Age Inquisitor, the story, the setting, character development and tactical battle Now if you will excuse me I need to go listen to Sera and Dorian pick on each other and tease

 
TheIntern

If there were a Dark or Ghost or whatever Pokemon type as a starter, and I could basically just be a necromancer for ghost monsters, then I might play There should be a horde of zombies

 
Shut Up Ace

I am so glad I used Galarian meowth because I cannot tell you how far my jaw dropped when it didnt evolve in a

 
Voltaic Owl

Those who complain about squats in Ring Fit obviously haven’t unlocked planks Holy

 
taterchimp

Its funny how much a pint of scotch will knock you out

 
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So this was basically me, except trade Route 1 Wooloo for Route 3 Thankfully my torment is

 
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Im ready to start my life over as an First new (official) Dungeons and Dragons class since 5th edition launched in It is crunchy and filled with interesting mechanics for both roleplay and

 
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Teaser for a Friday reveal :P

 
 

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