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Microsoft Flight Simulator got its free VR update

A beefed-up PC with a comfy VR setup and Microsoft Flight Simulator sounds like a dream right now. The VR test period is over, and the update is ready: you can now fly with VR in Microsoft Flight Simulator if you have an Oculus, Vive, Valve...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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The VR parkour game Stride isn't for the faint of heart

VR parkour, as a concept, is full of thrilling potential – but only if it's done well. Only if it nails that sense of scale, speed, and danger without making you ill. After seeing the trailer for Stride, a first-person platformer comi...

 
 
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The Humble VR Bundle is a good starter kit for new VR players

If there's one thing you'll quickly (and continuously) learn as a new VR owner, it's that sales are crucial. After breaking through that initial financial barrier to entry, it's important to build out your early library with restraint. When...

 
 
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Valve shoots down talk of a new Left 4 Dead

Like a Witch, Valve fans have wailed and moaned out of their own sort of tortured agony. They want more Left 4 Dead, their cries directed at no one in particular, just into the abyss and for anyone who's nearby. Like a Hunter, Valve has pou...

 
 
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Twin Peaks VR is a trip down memory lane

For better or worse, Twin Peaks VR is about what you'd expect: a chance to spend a bit more time in David Lynch and Mark Frost's subversive universe. It doesn't look particularly great, even by virtual-reality graphics standards, but I coul...

 
 
 
 
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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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Parismio

I find thats its been harder to read books Been trying to read a few books im interested in like the Blades in the Dark ttrpg and after a bit into it, I either get a little headache or my eyes start I get

 
Hypno

First time playing OoT (ive seen it secondhand, never played it myself, and it holds up surprisingly well (3DS) i Can def see why you old folks were pants shidding over it when it was new

 
Flegma

Thats first released version of Step Coding issues, scripting issues, and maybe 48K too much in the ROM image, but at least all chapters can be finished

 
Churros89

So, anyone here have already played that new Nier gacha game? Is that good? Curious to try it but have to back up my photos and vídeos, have been procrastinating to back these for at least a month

 
Kerrik52

Wow, FF7 just lets you get Big Guard and White Wind this early and without much I am naturally cheating to do so because getting enemy skills the legit way is mind-numbingly Did they ever do Blue Magic in a sane, balanced and fun way?

 
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SlimeyBearXXL979990

Got to say I think I liked the Annapurna Showcase a lot more then a lot of Nindie New stuff seemed cool and a good chunk of gameplay showed Pretty intrested in that new thing by the Stanley Parable and Gone Home people but seems far

 
FakePlasticTree

Do you find yourself accidentally romancing a character you didn’t mean to? Do you hate having to talk mean to them? Then why not try leaving them on Virmire to get blown up by a nuke! For all of your break up needs *commercial jingle kicks in*

 
Smestey

I don’t get the hype surrounding the It only has like 3 games and looks beyond tiny and uncomfortable to Is there anything else it can do? Can it be modded or something? Not bashing on it, I just am confused about the

 
 

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