PSVR

Esper review (PSVR)

Esper is not only a super stylish puzzler that has a healthy sprinkle of Portal vibes, but it’s also got bags of charm thanks to the excellent narration skills of Eric Meyers.  Set solely within the ...[Read More]

Esper puzzles onto PSVR next week

I do love a good puzzle game, more so when it’s in VR and Coastsink Software are bringing their popular mobile VR puzzler, Esper, to PSVR next week and it looks like great fun. Like something fr...[Read More]

KONA VR review (PSVR)

While it may seem like a bit of a cop out, getting VR support for a game that has already seen a release is no bad thing – especially when it has been implemented as well as in KONA VR. I have always ...[Read More]

Salary Man Escape hits PSVR June 26

I’ve rather enjoyed the few VR puzzlers on PSVR, so news of another title joining the ranks is certainly a welcome one. Published by Oasis Games and developed by Red Accent Studios, Salary Man E...[Read More]

PSVR Beat Saber has been confirmed

In the final day of PlayStation reveals before their main E3 press conference, Beat Saber was revealed as the “eagerly anticipated game coming to PSVR” – it may be eagerly anticipated, but...[Read More]

PSVR Ghost Giant announced

Today’s PlayStation reveal was for a brand new PSVR title called Ghost Giant. Interacting with the environment, the PSVR player is cast as a big friendly ghost, who helps the cute Louis through ...[Read More]

Tetris Effect heads to PS4 and PSVR

Announced as part of Playstation’s daily reveal in the run-up to E3, Tetris Effect is heading to PS4 and PSVR in the Fall of 2018. Created by Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the creator of Rez, Tetris Effect...[Read More]

Playstation announce ‘Days of Play’ event for 2018

Sony have announced the return of Days of Play, which is a global promotion that offers epic deals at participating retailers. From 8th to 18th June, gamers can get discounts on hardware, peripherals ...[Read More]

Killing Floor Incursion review (PSVR)

Killing Floor Incursion is one good looking game and in its early hours it’s incredibly chilling, particularly while you are getting used to the controls – fumbling around to holster your gun so you c...[Read More]

Star Trek The Next Generation boldly goes to Bridge Crew

To boldly go where no VR has gone before, Star Trek Bridge Crew is set to receive brand new missions starting May 22. Fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation will be particularly happy that the U.S.S. ...[Read More]

VR Mirror’s Edge? To The Top is the closest you will get

Hitting PSVR at the end of May, To The Top has you in the metallic boots of a superhuman robot, able to jump, bound and parkour over a Superhot-esque world of challenging obstacles. Indeed, this looks...[Read More]

Killing Floor heads to PSVR next week

The latest addition to the Killing Floor series is headed to PSVR next week. Killing Floor Incursion, which released on PC VR platforms last year in November, features co-op modes across the story-dri...[Read More]

The Station gets new mode and VR support

PSVR support is headed to the lost in space Sci-fi mystery, The Station. Launching in Q3 of this year, the immersive qualities of VR will undoubtedly make the game feel that much more alive and with a...[Read More]

Psychological VR title Blind feels its way onto PSVR

Coming Spring 2018, Blind is releasing across PC VR platforms with the game making its way to PSVR later in the year. Using faint hues of light to paint in the surroundings – sound reflecting off thei...[Read More]

Island Time VR review (PSVR)

Fooling around in VR and immersing yourself in a digital world is the ultimate gaming escapism and while I am looking forward to playing more titles like Moss, I hope games that allow you to indulge i...[Read More]

Gran Turismo Sport gets additional VR mode

Hot on the heels of Wipeout Omega Collection’s VR update, another PlayStation title is also getting a VR upgrade. A new patch for Gran Turismo Sport, available now, adds a VR Time Trial to the g...[Read More]

Wipeout Omega Collection gets its VR update

Prepare to get nauseous because the planned VR update to Wipeout Omega Collection is out now! Unlike other racing titles that merely give you a taste of the game in VR, Wipeout has had a complete VR o...[Read More]

Sony PSVR gets a permanent price reduction to £260

Sony Interactive Entertainment have announced that the PlayStation VR (PSVR) and PlayStation Camera Bundle will be available from March 29th 2018 at a much lower price of £259.99, which is a whopping ...[Read More]

Get stranded with Island Time VR on April 3

How long would you survive if you were stranded on your own desert island? Through the wonders of modern technology and the power of PSVR you can put your Robinson Crusoe skills to the test. “Flight S...[Read More]

Blasters of the Universe review (PSVR)

Wave-based shooters are a dime a dozen on PSVR, so why should you invest in another one? If you’ve played one then you’ve played them all, right?…Wrong. Thanks to Blasters of the Universe’s high...[Read More]

Moss review (PSVR)

Sitting in a grand hall that wouldn’t look out of place in Hogwarts, the VR adventure into the world of Moss begins with the turn of a page. Immediately you are transported into a fascinating world an...[Read More]

VR bullet hell debuts on PSVR

While it’s true that PSVR has many arena based shooters, not a single one has dubbed themselves as first-person bullet hell… until now. Blasters of the Universe places you in world created from ...[Read More]

Crisis on the Planet of the Apes swings onto PSVR

Set between Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Crisis on the Planet of the Apes – that’s a lot of Planet of the Apes – will launch on April 3 and on PSVR. Develop...[Read More]

Get stranded with PSVR title Island Time

This spring you can have your very own ‘Robinson Crusoe’ VR experience when Flight School Studio’s latest title, Island Time, hits PSVR. The VR survival game of Island Time is a far ...[Read More]

Apex Construct review (PSVR)

The twisted world of Apex Construct begs you to explore its secrets while the mysterious guiding voice of the artificial intelligence, FATHR, keeps you on edge with a feeling that all is not as it see...[Read More]

Moss adventures onto PSVR next week

Moss will give you bags of adorable feels – just look at his little face – and the new title from Polyarc Games will be arriving on PSVR next week. Launching February 27, I’m predicting that the...[Read More]

Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality gets an awesome PSVR Collector’s Edition

Rick and Morty’s VR antics will finally launch on PSVR a year after they first entered the VR realms of Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, but it will be worth the wait. Launching April 10, Rick and Mort...[Read More]

Pop-up Pilgrims review (PSVR)

The Cloud God keeps watch over the land, but when a mysterious demon king steals the God’s magic scrolls and sends his minions to break up the land – a group of pilgrims must set out to restore the wo...[Read More]

VR Title “Sprint Vector” speeding to PSVR on February 13th

Survios have announced that the studio’s second title, the hotly anticipated multiplayer adrenaline platformer Sprint Vector, will launch on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive on February 8, followed by PlaySta...[Read More]

Cold Iron review (PSVR)

Cold Iron boldly steps onto PSVR as the first VR puzzle shooter and it mostly succeeds despite a few bumps. Using just one Move controller, Cold Iron starts off gently by introducing the main mechanic...[Read More]

Get a job – sim tops the most downloaded PSVR games of 2017

PlayStation have unveiled a series of lists that detail what the most-downloaded titles of 2017 were. Top of the PS4 games list was Call of Duty WWII, while the highest (and only) console exclusive co...[Read More]

Demonic VR puzzle shooter takes aim for PSVR

“Imagine Clint Eastwood staring down a tank on a dusty western street. What kind of deal with the devil would it take to even those odds?” This is the sentiment behind Catch & Release’...[Read More]

TiX podcast special: State of the Industry 2017

Welcome to a new episode of the TiX Podcast, a special episode celebrating 2017. Join Greg Giddens and Neale Jarrat as they discuss their highlights from the year in terms of games, explore the new ha...[Read More]

Raw Data review (PSVR)

On paper, Raw Data may seem like just another wave-based shooter, but it’s one of the better experiences for PSVR. Rather than root you to the spot, the teleport lasso is used to full effect – no moti...[Read More]

TiX @ EGX – Day 2 Review

I had a decision to make when the doors opened on day two of EGX. I knew the queues would be longer on a Friday. The decision was what to go for first. The longest queues on Day One were for Shadow Of...[Read More]

Playstation to have largest ever presence at EGX

PlayStation will have a large presence at EGX 2017 as it returns to the event with its biggest ever stand. Attendees will have the opportunity to get hands-on with several of the platform holder’...[Read More]

Experience Chernobyl with PSVR

There are plenty of PSVR titles vying for my attention, so the few PSVR video experiences that don’t fall into the category of short game, have somewhat passed me by, until now. Chernobyl VR Pro...[Read More]