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"A Fun and Funny parody spy themed escape room game"

While the game does not list WMR support I played the whole game using the HP Reverb G2 with no major issues. I Expect You To Die is a Humorous escape room type game themed in a classic bond style Spy thriller, this is a welcome change from the all to common horror escape rooms out...

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Reviewed by Griffin on 30th November 2020 on Windows Mixed Reality


"Visually impressive narrative driven puzzle game with less than impressive puzzling"

Red matter is a linear single player narrative driven puzzle game where you are sent to a Russian space base, set out to explore the base and retrieve the secrets of the soviets. Red matter took me about 1 hour and 45 minutes to complete, however I did miss a few memory "collectables" and had I...

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Reviewed by Griffin on 24th November 2020 on Windows Mixed Reality


"Classic Justin Roiland humour in a rather simple VR adventure game"

While the store page does not officially support WMR headsets I played the entire experience with the HP Reverb with no issues (none from the headset) This game does not really support Motion controllers, so I played the entire game with an Xbox one Controller. The campaign of the game plus...

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Reviewed by Griffin on 2nd November 2020 on Windows Mixed Reality


"Stunning visuals, fun gameplay, and groovy tunes combine to make this an instant favourite"

Star Shaman is the first game to be developed by French studio Ikimasho, and it has just been released for PC VR headsets and for Oculus Quest. I played it over two days before writing this review, putting in around 3 hours gameplay in all, and I'm glad I didn't rush into writing a review on the...

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Reviewed by Chris P on 24th October 2020 on HTC Vive


"A Virtual Mystery Theatre like no other"

I played this on an I7 7700k GTX 1080 Ti 16GB Ram WMR HP Reverb The Invisible Hours makes itself very clear it is not a game, it is not a movie, it is a piece of immersive theatre, but for the simplicity of this review I shall be referring to it as a game, but please keep this caveat in mind...

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Reviewed by Griffin on 15th October 2020 on Windows Mixed Reality


"Follow a cute little mouse on a full sized adventure!"

In Moss you play as two characters: Quill the little adventurer mouse (controlled in a 3rd person) and the Reader, a spiritual guide here to help Quill (played in 1st person). Together you must rescue her uncle who has been locked away in a castle. The campaign took me about 3.5 hours to...

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Reviewed by Griffin on 15th October 2020 on Windows Mixed Reality


"Highly addictive and saved by user driven content "

Beat Saber is a musical rhythm game about using lightsabers to slice blocks in time with a song. There are two colours, one for your left hand and one for your right, with blocks needing to be sliced in a particular direction. Sounds simple right? Well, it is but it is also hugely addicting and on...

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Reviewed by Griffin on 13th October 2020 on Windows Mixed Reality


"Unique game design, fun, but left me wanting more!"

In Falcon Age you play as a young girl who has escaped a mega-corp's robot jail with the help of a young falcon. The mega-corp has ruined the planet and together with your bird friend you are going to fight them back. The gameplay is quite unique in that you play a falconer and directing your...

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Reviewed by Griffin on 12th October 2020 on Windows Mixed Reality


"Improved in almost every way except the combat"

The Wizards - Dark Times is the sequel to The Wizards (2018) from the same studio. The stories in these games however are not really connected and the game be played standalone. In The Wizards - Dark Times you still play as a Silent protagonist with a narrator guiding you through Meliora once...

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Reviewed by Griffin on 10th October 2020 on Windows Mixed Reality


"Fun Magic, with a fun story stuck in boring level design"

Disclaimer: This is a review in context of playing the game in 2020. Had I reviewed this at release my score may have been higher. I am also reviewing this having also played the sequel The Wizards - Dark Times. In 'The Wizards' you play as a Wizard who must use Gesture based spells to...

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Reviewed by Griffin on 10th October 2020 on Windows Mixed Reality


"Love the Idea but..."

Love the idea, in fact im looking for such content for my business. The hand controls are too glitchy to the point where you really can't get anything done in a timely manner. This app has a lot of potential - I only hope the developers are serious to make this work

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Reviewed by 8318 Media on 6th October 2020 on Oculus Quest


"A Beautiful Adventure That You Won't Want To End"

Down the Rabbit Hole is a beautifully crafted adventure where you control a young girl as she ventures into a fantastical world based off of the Alice in Wonderland stories that we all know and love. The game is played in third-person, as you guide your character through each different level of the...

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Reviewed by Chris P on 2nd April 2020 on HTC Vive


"Shaping up to be something special"

A pre-release review of Swords of Gargantua, which is currently in Open Beta at time of writing. This is not a review of the finished product, which will come shortly after full release. The sword play in this game is fantastic, and felt extremely realistic at times. I especially loved the...

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Reviewed by Chris P on 17th May 2019 on HTC Vive


"Family Favourite"

The first real popular music game on the Vive and still a firm family favourite. Great fun and highly addictive.

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Reviewed by Chris P on 26th March 2018 on HTC Vive


"Fun ride"

A pretty solid roller coaster experience and enjoyable ride (not too short) though it seems only 1 car/track is available for free, the rest (such as halloween) being paid DLC content. Enjoyed what there was and left me wanting more.

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Reviewed by Chris P on 26th March 2018 on HTC Vive


"A brilliantly immersive educational experience in space!"

One of my very first experiences back on my DK2, and still one of the best. Must get it for the Vive at some point.

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Reviewed by Chris P on 26th March 2018 on Oculus Rift


"A truly moving experience that everyone should try"

There are videos of grown men being moved to tears by this experience. One of the first and still one of the best VR experiences out there.

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Reviewed by Chris P on 25th March 2018 on Oculus Rift