Can Don’t Knock Twice do enough to stand out in a see of First-Person horror games?
I’ve have found myself approaching another puzzle game on the PC in the mould of Peregrin. Again it’s another indie game, so has this game continued the new found love I have puzzle games?
There’s sometimes games that are released that make it difficult to review, because there’s not a great deal to what the games attempts to do. I feel that this an area that Smashbox Arena falls into. But, why do I feel this way?
Until recently I avoided puzzle games, as they weren’t really my cup-of-tea when it came to gaming. But, one thing VR gaming has taught me is to fully appreciate puzzle games. I was anticipating playing Aporia: Beyond The Valley, even-though it is not a VR game – so what did I think of the experience?
The Playsatation VR has gained another wave based shooter to it’s growing list of VR games. But, does this one stand out and do anything different?
Can Victor Vran hold its own against the heavyweights that came before it?
There is a huge amount of gallery shooters currently gracing the Playstation VR. What does Dick Wilde do to try to make you pick this over the others?
At the moment there is not an abundance of racers available on the Playstation VR platform; so is VR Karts a welcomed change?