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Review PlayStation VR

In 2014 Sony began a project under the pseudonym Morpheus! I could not find out whether that’s a nod to the famous character from the movie The Matrix, but the current name PlayStation VR speaks for itself. In November 2014, when Morpheus was announced, I already pre-ordered the headset at my regular game shop. After […]

Review OSVR HDK2

A few weeks ago was able to test the Hackers Development Kit 1.4 from Razer. The result was somewhat disappointing, so Razer assisted to show me their latest model. The new hacker’s development kit has some improvements over the earlier version. I named as the biggest minus the horrible screen of the HDK1 and that is the main upgrade […]

Review: New Retro Arcade Neon

A very long time ago, there were no computers, smartphones and game consoles, you had to cycle miles away to play a game in the arcade! In an often somewhat darkened room, only lit by neon lights, you played games like Pacman or a co-op games like Double Dragon with another gamer. You easily made […]

Watcher

On Gamescom I found a really interesting game that was made by two young developers for their graduation assignment: Filipe Simonette and Julie Baechtold. The game had a really nice concept. As a parent you watch over your young cubs and tell them what to eat and what not to eat by shaking you head. […]

Gamescom: Blue Effect VR

Blue Effect was one of the games that gave me a big smile on this year’s Gamescom. Blue Effect is a futuristic horror-survival first person shooter. While waiting at their booth, the developer was explained the game to me. The demonstration was done with the HTC Vive, but a port for PlayStation VR and the Oculus Rift is also […]

The Climb

The Climb is a first-person climbing simulator for the Oculus Rift. Make your way to the top of the mountain in the shortest possible time. The game is developed by Crytek, famous for their high quality visuals and of course their powerful game development platform Cryengine. This game is a graphical masterpiece and without doubt […]
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